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Hello there. Welcome to my photo blog. Here I post new and old photos from my daily encounters. I'm a curious Swede who loves to travel and experience new cultures. I currently reside in London, UK.

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Posing. Times Square, New York City.

Posing. Times Square, New York City.

Untitled. This guy asked the cop something and seemed very pleased with the answer, as you can see. Close to Times Square, New York.

Untitled. This guy asked the cop something and seemed very pleased with the answer, as you can see. Close to Times Square, New York.

NYC Cop. On his way to catch a criminal. Or maybe to eat a bagel.

NYC Cop. On his way to catch a criminal. Or maybe to eat a bagel.

Traffic cop. Park Ave, New York.

Traffic copPark Ave, New York.

team work. Japanese policemen measuring something on at a crossing in Kyoto, Japan. I wish the best to my to Japanese friends and the Japanese population in these tough times. 

team work. Japanese policemen measuring something on at a crossing in Kyoto, Japan. I wish the best to my to Japanese friends and the Japanese population in these tough times. 

pink. yellow. blue. Some really nicely coloured house facades in Hong Kong. Somewhere in Soho if I remember correctly.

pink. yellow. blue. Some really nicely coloured house facades in Hong Kong. Somewhere in Soho if I remember correctly.

men in uniform. Two Chinese policemen and one guard or soldier are standing outside the Forbidden city in Beijing. There were so many men in different uniforms there so I am not really sure what their rank or position were. Heaps of tourists were swarming around here to take photos though. What I learned before I got there and that I hope none of you ever do/did is to say yes to the offer (scam) of following locals to a “Chinese traditional tea ceremony” since you will have to pay the bill of 700 USD for some tea.

men in uniform. Two Chinese policemen and one guard or soldier are standing outside the Forbidden city in Beijing. There were so many men in different uniforms there so I am not really sure what their rank or position were. Heaps of tourists were swarming around here to take photos though. What I learned before I got there and that I hope none of you ever do/did is to say yes to the offer (scam) of following locals to a “Chinese traditional tea ceremony” since you will have to pay the bill of 700 USD for some tea.