Entries by Thomas Nybergh

Northern Irish Taliban: 8 quotes that prove how bad Theresa’s May’s government partners really are

  Theresa May is truly jumping the shark in her personal odyssey of awful policy. After the Tory leader’s awful election result, our resilient Downing Street dweller is taking whatever support she can get. And that’s DUP, an ultra-conservative, terror-sympathizing northern-Irish unionist party. Let’s take a look at some of the awful things these people […]

Dancing bears and mirror lakes: Valtteri Mulkahainen’s spectactular photos of Finnish nature

  A few years ago, Mr. Valtteri Mulkahainen of Sotkamo hit the news in Finland and globally, as his pictures of “dancing” bear cubs in the Suomussalmi forests captured the imagination of nature friendly people everywhere. We wanted to feature Valtteri in our series on Finnish photography, so we’ve caught up with him in a […]

The impossible contrast: Young photographer drops summer-like scenes into freezing Finnish winter

At the time of writing, it’s rather cold, around -20°C, here in Helsinki. To make this a bit less insufferable, let’s enjoy some summery pictures. Almost. Sixteen-year-old, award-winning photographer Markus Watkins has just published a very timely set of summer activities set in freezing cold Asikkala. We asked some questions about his set, which he […]