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Tuesday, 2 October 2018

Roy Andersen

Roy Andersen.  From this article: https://www.sydsvenskan.se/2017-10-25/fotografen-som-gillar-exotiska-kryp
It's time to introduce my friend and guide in South Sweden.
Roy Andersen, as I mentioned in an earlier post, is also an insect photographer but his work takes him frequently on amazing adventures to countries like the Amazon basin and other parts of South America.  In the last two years since I met him in the jungle of Costa Rica, he has been to Jordon, and twice to Cambodia.
He thinks it's a good trip if he can add one or two more images to his collection.  Although he may take thousands to get even one he is happy with.
You can see some of his lovely captures at this link HERE
And his website is here.

Galleri Fagel 
Our next stop was to see some of his photographs in an art gallery called Galleri Fagel (Gallery Bird).
They looked very interesting and exciting and I was very impressed with them and, indeed the whole gallery.

Roy's work at another exhibition. The clarity of the photos is excellent. To get a close-up look of Roy Andersen's work, please check out the links above.

And then we were back on the road again.  
Next stop: The wonderful Ales Stones 'stone ship' at Löderup.


  1. We are having such a good vacation aren't we?

    1. It's lovely to have you along for the ride Emma. And nice to be re-living it.

  2. All I can say is that Roy's photography is astonishing and technically as good as it gets.

    1. Yes. He is very exacting. He goes to the places mostly for the adventures, so it takes the pressure off getting a shot, he has indicated to me. However I suspect there's still, if not pressure, certainly drive.


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