◈ Dress - Seafolly / Cap - Vintage / Glasses - Modekungen ◈We've been living on the island Bohus Malmön on the western coast of Sweden for almost three weeks now without any Wi-fi or any connection to our phones, no warm water or showers except the ocean. Sometimes a little escape like this is all you need after some months in a city that never sleeps.Contrasts. We have been sailing at the ocean, sleeping underneath the stars, been eating way to many shrimps and crab fishes and now we're ready to return back to Stockholm again... But. Since we love adventures we just bought tickets to a festival on the other side of Sweden, Gotland. (life is for adventures, right?), we have been longing for dancing the weekend away together with our cousin Marika, that was living with us in Australia when we snapped these pictures above.
Last summer we found this rock while driving around the island Gotland on the eastern coast of Sweden. It was the kind of evening that you wanna keep in your memory for a long time after it's gone, the kind of evening when the rays of the sun warms you up and the hours of light never want to let the night take over. Gotland is unique in it's way because of the landscape. It is so different from the rest of Sweden in many ways. It's little lakes made of chalkstone floors, turquoise water and white sand beaches makes you dream of tropical islands far away from Sweden. If you ever get the change to visit this piece of paradise, you should..
Sometimes when we are stuck in our everyday life here in Sweden we think back to the days in Australia when we lived in the sun and the freedom that comes with not having an ordinary job and routines. We shooted these pictures in a back alley in Sydney when we came back from the road trip. It was our last day in Sydney before going back home and we were visiting our very favorite spots around the city for the last time. We had a morning coffee in New Town at our favorite café Brunswick, we ate sushi in China Town and bought fresh fruit at the market before our bosses and newly found friends in Sydney took us out for a magical night in town.
One day when we were strolling around in Sydney we found this magical school. It was like being transferred directly to Hogwarts. The whole place was kind of surreal and we were walking around in the giant building and pretended to be witches with a wand in our pocket.