The first day I arrived
The second day went to my school
The third I got drunk
The fourth day I sobered up
The fifth day I started my studies
The sixth day I borrowed a camera
The seventh day I walked my first walk
The eight day I met the Professor
The ninth day I got a room mate
The tenth day I walked my second walk
The eleventh day I went to the The Finnish museum of photography
The twelfth day I got another new room mate
The thirteenth day I bought a finnish book in english
The fourteenth day I developed my first film
The fifteenth day I walked my third walk
The sixteenth day Mika Myllylä beat Dæhlie and Alsgaard...
The seventeenth day I walked my fourth walk
The eighteenth day I had some pretty good noodles at Bar 9
The nintheenth day I got up early in the morning
The twentieth day Thomas Alsgaard beat Mika Myllylä!
The twentyfirst day was the last day of part one. Some statistics
In this period which is scheeduled to last for four weeks, I plan to do more than in the previous period. I got some plans, and I'll show you the results here.
As more and more people are wondering if I'm actually doing anything at all here in Helsinki, and if I don't take any pictures, I feel urged to show off something. So take a look at some panorama-images that I made...
When I walked home from school one day, I saw something strange in the forrest. Luckily I had my camera with me, so I took a photo. What is it? Picture HERE.
I guess when you're looking for these things, you start seeing them everywhere. So the other day when I was one the metro on my way to school, I saw this thing. Pretty scary, uh?
By popular demand, here is some pictures from my two latest walks.
Not everything in this country is black&white (snow&trees), I've also taken som real touristy color-pictures. I was not gonna show them here on the web, but by more pupular demand I feel that I have to. So here you are: COLORPIX!
A lovely day in March, I bought my first Macintosh computer. It's a Macintosh Plus from 1989!
As a part of my "walking-project", I have walked from the four corners of Helsinki, east, north, west and south. The final work from this will be four prints that represets the four walks/ corners of Helsinki. They are not ready yet, but a simulated cyanotype can be viewed here.
Now they are ready! I did palladium-type prints instead. Check them out HERE.
In the easter-break I went back to Norway for some sun and skiing. I also got me another Macintosh when I was there. It's a Macinosh Quadra, a real beast!
"Is life in Finland just a form of animated death?" - Grafitti from a toilet in Helsinki.
I had a lot of ideas for part three, but somehow things turned sour, and I ended up with doing very little... But you can have a look on "Four Boring Pictures" and "He who saves" which pretty much represent the general feeling I had.
The last things I did
was to make a QTVR-panorama
from Rastila, the place where I lived for roughly three months
of my life. You'll need Quicktime 3 or 4 to see it. Get it from
Computer if you
don't have it.
Finland - If you remember me, I´ll remember you, if not - we will forget.
27. May 1999 - this is it.