Recently, the Norwegian photographer called Rune Johansen has seen his photos become increasingly popular with international magazines. This happens from time to time, even with Norwegian photographers, and on those occasions i hear about it, I don't take too much notice. Mr Johansen, however, has chosen a subject-matter which is close to home for me - interiors in homes in Northern Norway; such homes that have not been redecorated the alst few decades. Several of these photos are available on Mr Johansens website (link). It is a Flash-website. Click on the embroidery to enter; there are forward- and back-arrows embroidered under the photo. The music alone is worth dying for.
He has a book of photos planned - if I can afford it when it comes out, I may well have to get it.
In other news - had 30-credit (i.e., it counted for the entirety of my autumn-semester) exam yesterday. Didn't go to well, but I'll pass, and I think I won't get the lowest passing grade either, which is something. I do not, regardless, like SQL, ER-models, or relation-models.