Sunset – 20151102

I forgot to show you the beautiful sunset we had last night. I was sitting in the couch and looked out. Took my cellphone, just because my camera is lying at my place and ran out on my mom’s balcony and took photos. Offcourse my nephew called, who has found the love of photography and said “Emma! HURRY AND GO GET YOUR CAMERA! LOOK AT THE SKY!” a little bit funny. But I knew that I wouldn’t make it home with my lungs to get the camera so my mobile was enough :)

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A tradition in Sweden

A tradition in Sweden when the school is out, well it is a tradition where I live, is to go to church and sing out loud some summer songs that for two months before have practiced in school. All my family has done it, except my brother and one of my big sisters. But me, my sisters M,A and C have done it. But after year 6 in school we do not do this. It’s from 6 years up to 6 grade. Everyone dresses up fancy, almost like they are going to prom (the parents) and the kids have beautiful clothings and look so cute!

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the light in the church was horrible! I hate it! I prefer shadow “light” but with these big windows and the sun’s light coming thru the windows makes me crazy! Some kids looks like they are “glowing” and some other kids looks like they are in the dark. i hate it. I wanna have an even light you know. But oh well. I tried my best. Note, The objective I used when I took photos is the obejctive I hate. Yes a lot of hate in this post, but I hate it. I was to far away to use my Canon 50mm so I used a tamron 70-200mm.

2015-skolavslutningOn picture 1 (top left) is my youngest niece. Picture 2 (top right) is my niece O’s friend Maja. Picture 3 is my nephew. He had like his aunt half colored hair. But instead of half dark brown and half brown, he had half neon green and half neon pink. Haha! Picture will be under this text. Picture 4 is a photo I took of my niece O and her best friend Maja. O is to the left with the dark dress and polka dots and Maja is to the right with the white dress. The last photo, the big one, is Kajsa. My “little sister”. She and I are born on the same day BUT I turned 18 when I got the textmessage from the mother saying “I did it! I gave birth to your little sister on your birthday! Happy Birthday <3” Yes I remember the textmessage. I cried so much of joy. The mother and I considered us self as sisters but we grew apart from each other but I’m very tight with Kajsa :)

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