Posts Tagged ‘guest post’

Guest Post - Solitary Together

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

by Hans Adamsson.
Location: Svalbard, 2010.

Guest Post - sval, svalare, Svalbard

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

(´sval´ is Swedish for ‘cool’, as in temperature)

Today I have the utter pleasure of sharing these amazing moments from a friend who worked as a coxswain on a trip up north. A little place called Svalbard. I’m jealous.

Photo: Daniel Ståleby

Guest Post - India by Esther

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

Esther is a young talent who went to India on holiday with her little Nikon D something. And her family of course. Some of her shots ended up here, on request by myself. Let’s hear it for Esther.

Guest Post - Colors of Cambodia

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

Where I don’t go I’m inspired by friends who do. Dahuang Xu, currently residing in Taiwan travels a lot in Asia. These are his colors of Cambodia and his story.

by Dahuang Xu.

It is easy to turn an aquarium into fish soup. Reversing the process is much harder.

This is how you simply sum up the declination of the once powerful Khmer Empire.

I visited Cambodia last month. Beneath all the struggle and misery, from wide spread human trafficking, sex labour, poverty and not-so-flattering title “third most mined country in the world” (from years of civil war), I discovered joy, happiness and most important of all, a glimpse of hope.

My aim is to portray Cambodia with a different set of outfit, where colour triumphs over poverty, smiles conquers fear, joy overcomes misery and hope shines over darkness. Pixel by pixel, hoping to create curiosity (and awareness) for Cambodia, since tourism, is a major source of income.

Thanks Monologuer for giving me this much appreciated opportunity,

Photos by Dahuang Xu.

Learn more about Cambodia here:

Guest Post - Savannah Life

Friday, December 5th, 2008

Hans Adamsson is more of a regular than a guest so I’ll need to change his status soon. Until then monologuer gives you ‘Savannah Life’ or “The Pooping Rhino” as the photographer preferred. Luckily I do my own editing ;)

Photos: Hans Adamsson

Guest Post: Ms Brandels India

Saturday, November 15th, 2008

Once upon a time there was a really sweet girl. She lived next door from us and it was in the happy eighties. She played with me and my sister for years but then the family moved. What ever one may think of Facebook it still does connect people. Nokia should be jealous. Finding Ms Brandels images from India on FB made me decide instantly that is was guest post material. So from the eighties, through India and then Facebook Monologuer gives you Ms Brandels India.

Text: monologuer
Photos, copyright & caption: A-C Brandels

Guest Post - Abrivado et Bandido

Saturday, October 4th, 2008

Photo: Hans Adamsson.
Location: St. Jean de Fos, France
Date: August 14th & 17th, 2008

Guest Post - Bo Lilje

Sunday, September 14th, 2008

Sardinian MoonWhere ever I go in the world I always meet at least ONE photo enthusiast like myself. Today I have the pleasure to introduce you to Bo Lilje, the photographer behind these beautiful captures of Sweden and Sardinia. Bo lives in Uppsala and shoots with Nikon D200.


Enjoy “Skellefteå meets Sardinia.”


Guest Post - Ambush Gone Wrong

Thursday, August 7th, 2008

You’ve probably seen a cat do the ambush butt shake. You know, ears forward, butt wiggling, ready to jump at it’s prey. And most of the time you can’t see what’s cookin’. Only the cat with it’s perfectly sharp hearing and detectability will know what lures in the tall grass. Like this kitty. Only, it didn’t quite seem to have the outcome she was hoping for…take a look:

Grey Tigers ambush strategies 101


Photos by H. Adamsson, 2008. Text by

Guest Post - James A. Bendall

Sunday, July 20th, 2008

This guest post is a result of an encounter during my recent trip to Seattle.
James A. Bendall is a fellow photo enthusiast from Dickson, Tennesse, USA. Capturing the atmosphere of the rodeo scene and the surrounding landscape is his signature style. Enjoy the drama, intimacy and humour in these little artworks.

Guest Post - Colourful

Wednesday, November 7th, 2007

Again Cat hair can enjoy japanese fall from Seattle thanks to Robb! These beautiful pictures are taken in the Japanese Garden in Seattle this fall. Thanks for sharing, Robb!

Robbs wildflower

Tuesday, August 21st, 2007

Unikt för Cat hairs läsare är ju amerikanska Robb Brenneckes härliga naturfoton som man från och till kan avnjuta här i bloggen. Det senaste tillskottet är en okänd vildblomma från bergen nära Seattle. Låt det pigga upp sinnet, för det är långt kvar till helgen…

Photo: Robb Brennecke, Seattle.

Signs of spring - by Robb Brennecke

Friday, March 9th, 2007

Fellow devoted photographer Robb Brennecke honors my blog again, like he did last fall with his photos from a japanese garden in Seattle.

Thanks for letting me share these fantastic signs of spring taken in Washington State, Orcas Island, USA with readers of Cat hair everywhere!

Gästspel: Fall in Seattle by Robb Brennecke

Wednesday, November 8th, 2006

Robb Brennecke är en hängiven amatörfotograf från Seattle, USA. Jag hade turen att få se hans höstbilder från en japansk trädgård i hans hemstad Seattle häromdagen och blev väldigt tagen. Robb hävdar att många vackra foton uppkommer av att vara på rätt plats vid rätt tillfälle. Det får sägas vara sant eftersom det nu hällregnat i flera dagar i Seattle. Hoppas ni kan njuta av bilderna lika mycket som jag. Bilderna ses bäst i hög upplösning, så klicka på dem! Kommentera gärna, men på engelska tack!

Robb Brennecke is a devoted amateur photographer from Seattle. I was lucky enough to see his autumn pictures from a japanese garden in Seattle the other day and was very taken by them. Robb says that taking a great picture is a lot about being in the right place at the right time. These pictures prove it, especially since it’s been raining hard in Seattle the last couple of days! Hope you’ll enjoy the pictures as much as I did. Pictures are best viewed in hi-res so click on them!

Gästspel: Frida Mälarborn

Monday, August 28th, 2006

Min ”nära-natur-upplevelse”
I bråkdelen av en sekund upplevde jag igår en ”nära-natur-upplevelse”. Jag satt på tåget mellan Lund och Falkenberg i en så kallad ”tyst” kupé. Utanför tåg fönstret såg jag landskap byta karaktär från skånska åkrar till halländska skogar. Det regniga vädret hade skapat fuktiga skogar och även tåg fönstret målades med regndroppar. Där, i en av alla otaliga skogar såg jag ett rådjur, ett vackert välformat djur som skapade en uppjagad känsla av att jag sakande något i mitt liv. En stund senare och några mil norrut såg jag ytterligare ett och ett till. Mina korta ”möten” med rådjuren skapade en helhetskänsla, en slags rundgång över insikten att världen består av mer än asfalt, affärer, stress och sena spårvagnar. Synen av djuren påminde mig helt enkelt om att livet är så mycket mer än det lilla jag ser och det kändes lugnande och bra.

Frida Mälarborn