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The photographs are available as Giclée Fine Art Prints in sizes from 21x30 centimetres up to 100x150 centimetres.

The prints comes from an Epson Stylus Pro 9900 printer using Epson UltraChrome HDR ink in 11 colours.

These inks have at least 200 years lasting quality.

 

The paper

Hahnemühle Photo Rag – A white art paper made of 100% cotton. Photo Rag is the most popular paper among photographers to get high photographic art quality. The delicate, smooth surface and feel of Photo Rag make this paper versatile and ideal for printing both bl&w as well as colour photographs and gives them an impressive depth. Paper thickness: 308 grams.

 

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The delivery worldwide of Fine Art prints

At this time we are not working together with any Giclée printers outside Sweden.

We are delivering the print from Sweden to the rest of the world, and cannot send the photographs in mounted frames due to the risk of breaking in the delivery process.

 

Allow three weeks for delivery after placing your order.

 

 

 

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Ådkobb lighthouse

 

The old AGA lighthouse on the western tip of the small island Ådkobb, facing the waterway in the archipelago of Sankt Anna, Östergötland, Sweden. The photograph is taken in the late evening light around midsummer time, looking to the west.

Lighthouses like this are rare today, due to the expensive service that had to be done in the summer each year. The gas supply had to be changed to new gas cylinders, as well as checking the the the Dalén burner giving the light its blinking character. In the photograph, you can see the larger burner with the Fresnel lens, with the smaller sun valve on top to the right. The valve turned the light on in the evening and off when the sun came up.

Today many AGA lighthouses instead are equipped with LED lights, driven by batteries which are charged by solar cells.

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The old corf

 

An old corf used to keep newly captured eels while transporting them to land.

The photograph was captured in the very outer archipelago of Sankt Anna, Östergötland, Sweden.

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Old boat 1

 

The old rowing boat, not used for 50 years.

The photograph was taken in the outer archipelago of Sankt Anna, Östergötland, Sweden.

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Old boat 2

 

The same boat as above with more surroundings showing. This photograph was taken in dense fog, which the infrared light looks right through.

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The tow target

 

TThe area where this island is situated was a training zone for the Swedish Airforce. The fins are a piece of a shot down air tow target used for dogfight training that came floating ashore from the outer sea. The photograph was taken in dense fog in the archipelago of Sankt Anna, Östergötland, Sweden.

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The navigation mark

 

A ship navigation mark, on one of the last islands before open sea in the archipelago of Sankt Anna, Östergötland, Sweden. View to the west..

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Högholmen lower

 

At the island of Stora Högholmen, just by the waterway looking south. The lighthouse is an AGA lighthouse, one of two »in line«, the second one on the highest point behind the camera. This kind of AGA lighthouses run on gas is now replaced by LED lights, usually driven by batteries and solar cells.

Sankt Anna archipelago, Östergötland, Sweden.

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Högholmen upper

 

The island of Stora Högholmen, just by the waterway looking north. The lighthouse is an AGA lighthouse, the second »in line« with the white one, now behind the camera. Behind the windows, the AGA gas clipping unit shows, with the glass lenses amplifying the light emitted from the flame in the burner.

Sankt Anna archipelago, Östergötland, Sweden.

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The old mine

 

The blown shell of an old mine from World War II.

From time to time, old WWll mines are dragged up to the surface of the Baltic Sea by trawlers. Usually, the Swedish Marine is called in to blow them up safely.

Where this mine was exploded nobody knows, but its remains are resting here on the cliffs, slowly rusting away.

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The dry ash

 

A dried out mountain ash on the island of Stora Gråskär. The growing condition of these small trees is sometimes very hard with very little rain during the summer. If they grow too big, a dry summer can kill them.

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Flooded farmland

 

Near the lake Roxen, just outside the city of Linköping in the county of Östergötland, Sweden. This lake is a very shallow one, with depths between 4-6 meters. The surrounding lands level is close to the surface of the lake, and almost every spring the lake floods the surrounding land for some time, bringing a rich habitat and resting place for migrating birds.

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Flooded farmland 2

 

The same as above, but looking to the north. The land at the horizon is the northern shore, 10 kilometres away.

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The fishing cabin

 

A 130 years old fishing cabin out on one of the last big islands before the open sea, the archipelago of Sankt Anna, Östergötland, Sweden. The infrared photograph captured in dense fog, but the infrared light tears through the mist, clearing the air in the photo.

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The fishing cabin 2

 

Another aspect of the old cabin, this time from the northwest corner, looking to the southeast.

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The fishing cabin 3

 

From the southwest corner. 2/3 of the cabin seen from this side houses storage of eel fishing tools and nets.

The rest 1/3 is a small living area, with space for a table, two wooden beds and two persons sleeping on the floor.

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Cabin stilleben

 

The photograph is looking south over the inlet south of the old cabin at the island. A hot summer day with high humidity gives the sky a lot of water vapour which paints it white in the infrared light. Again Sankt Anna Archipelago outside the county of Östergötland in the Baltic Sea, Sweden.

Straight down to the horizon - not visible - is the large island of Harstena with a large fishing village.

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Pines

 

On the bigger islands in the inner archipelago of Sankt Anna, you can find quite large pine tree woods, giving you the feeling of being on the mainland. Go to the east through the woods, and you will quickly locate the Baltic Sea again. It is always close out here, mixing the smell of the trees with that of seawater.

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The whitebeam

 

A lonely Swedish whitebeam out on the farmland plains of the county of Östergötland, just outside the city of Linköping, Sweden.

The tree leans to the east by the prevailing westerly winds in this landscape.

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The whitebeam 2

 

The photographs were taken in late spring, reflected by the fresh green plants growing in the soil. The chlorophyll reflects the infrared light so it will not burn the plants, making them paint white in the photographs.

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Train wheel

 

An old coach is resting on a train yard somewhere in  Sweden.

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