Now the sun goes soft and you burn through my mind again and again

07 februari 2014

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12 kommentarer:

  1. love your blog. It's one of my favourites and your photos are just breathtaking!! I was wondering who taught you to use the camera ?
    xx

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    1. Oh wow, what a lovely compliment! Thank you so much!! My dad taught me the basics when I was around 13-14. But from there on I kind of just taught myself. xx

      Radera
  2. no problem !! It's incredibly lucky that you've grown up with a dad who could teach you all the "arty" stuff. That's wonderful. Looking forward to more :)

    Btw, if you're wondering why/ how I've stumbled upon your blog- I'm actually trying to teach myself Swedish through YouTube and I found your friend "thatVictoria", I think that's what her youtube username is.. ? Jess xx

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    1. Aw, you're so sweet. Thanks! :-)
      Yep, that's my Vic. Her channel seems to be very popular among people that are curious about Sweden. So how's the Swedish going? :-) xx

      Radera
    2. No problems- we all deserve credit for which we work hard for. Victoria seems like such a bubbly and happy person ! My best friend is like that as well so I guess we're both lucky that we've meet such amazing people ? My Swedish, to be completely honest, is terrible- it's just so confusing and one word means all these other words and URGGHHH ! It's so frustrating ! I'm from Australia and as you probably know, Australian weather is completely different from Sweden and I don't think that the population of Swedes in Australia, is particularly high so there really aren't any "Swedish schools" to learn Swedish :/ Jess xx

      Radera
    3. She is just as bubbly and happy as she seems. Yeah, we're sooo lucky! I can't wait 'til she comes home in March, I might cry a wee bit :-) Well don't be too hard on yourself. It takes a lot of time and patience to learn a new language. Actually, I think there are loads of Swedes in Australia. At least in the Sydney area. Try to find a "Swedish expats in Australia"-group on Facebook (or vice versa!), I'm sure they would be happy to help you out with your Swedish. And if not- you know where to find me :-) xx

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    1. Åh, tack så himla mycket :-)

      Radera