HIPP HIPP FOR THE SWEDISH NATIONAL DAY!
The distinguished Artur Hagelius began to celebrate the Swedish Flag Day in 1892, June 6th.
He chose that day since it was the date when parliament in Strängnäs crowned Gustav Vasa to be the King of Sweden and when Sweden withdrew from the Kalmar Union which had united us with Denmark and Norway. But it was not until 2005 that June 6th became a “red calendar day” and work free holiday.
Some of us self employed work and/or play every day…If you plan to make your own Swedish flag, please pay careful attention to the proportions!
I have created the Ultrawide Photography Group on ipernity. If you are interested, sign up.
Here is the basic idea: it is a group to show and discuss ultrawide photography. Lenses: 16mm or wider on crop sensors, 24mm or wider on full-size sensors and 35mm film cameras. Equivalent focal lengths for larger format gear.
No fisheye photographs or lenses, stitched images or software/in-camera panoramas please.
I have opened an account at ipernity for posting non-commercial/fun photos and generally hanging out at. Drop by if you are there, or even if you are not. ipernity: Rogi.