A picture I took in Japan. It's almost “empty”; foggy and still.
It is taken on a day that was very special because I felt very close to a mood I only remember from my childhood; a certain calmness – like being completely content.
Maybe it was actually the “nothingness” I was faced with, that felt right to me - something about not having to look so far. Or indeed being able to. I felt very much at ease at that very moment in this specific setting. It is something I try and strive for every day; to stay in tune with myself, close to what I believe in and care for.
In conversation with Tanne Juul Andersen.