I have a number of photo projects when it comes to my architectural photography. I’ve started them all but it will be a while before they are finished. All projects will have a separate project page in a while with some example photos.
Helgo Zettervall’s churches and “modifications”
Helgo was one of the greatest church architects that we’ve had in Sweden. My goal is to photograph all his churches and most of those where hed did renovations and modifications.
On the left one of the gargoyles at Allhelgonakyrkan (All Saints Church) in Lund.
All Swedish Cathedrals
I’ve started taking photos of 4 of them: Lund Cathedral (my closest one), Växjö Cathedral, Luleå Cathedral, and Storkyrkan (Great Church) in Stockholm.
Växjö Cathedral is shown on the left with the amazing glas altar screen designed by Bertil Vallien.
All Stave churches in the world
There are not that many left of this type of church architecture. Norway have most of them, and we only have one left in Sweden. There are also churches in Poland (moved here from Norway) and one in England. I visited a few of them in Norway in 2015 and I will add those images shortly.
Here’s a link to the Wikipedia page about stave churches around the globe.
Part of Borgund stave church is shown on the left.
My closest churches
I live in Harlösa in the middle of Skåne, the southern most landscape in Sweden. My goal is to completely cover my 25 closest churches. That means inside, outside and from the air. Ian with his drone will help me with that.
Harlösa church as seen from my front porch a stormy autumn day.