Shards of Time

Photographer Per Eric Jansson, making portraits and taking photographs from around the world, doing so from Amsterdam and Taipei

Category: Travel

Exhibition | Under the Same Sky – Charity Photography Exhibition in Taipei

picture of the invitation to charity photography exhibition

Charity Photography Exhibition in Taipei

Together with 23 other photographers in Taiwan we are organising a charity photo exhibition starting on the 16th of May. All the profits from the exhibition will go to Saint Anne’s home for disabled children in Taipei.

See the event on Facebook

Or visit the website with more information and introduction of the work and the photographers.

Everybody very welcome!


Roses on one soi off the Bangla road – Patong Beach, Phuket

During a morning walk in Patong and on the Bangla road I came across these slightly sleepy roses. At night time the Bangla road is absolutely full of people, music, dancing, paid romance and some true romance, long romance and short romance… Whatever the story, the roses tell their own.


Bangla Road roses still there in the morning

Winter Trip To Iceland – Three Angles of Hverfell Volcano

Myvatn baths with Hverfell volcano

Myvatn baths with Hverfell volcano on the background

Being of Swedish origin, growing up not very far from Iceland, and having spent 25 years in the Netherlands, also not so far from Iceland, I had to come to Taiwan before Iceland became a place to travel to. But that is a reason as good as any. We visited Iceland in February this year, with the purpose of seeing Aurora Borealis which we did get to see (will show in a different post).

Hverfell volcano from a distance

The Hverfell volcano seen from across the Myvatn lake

Iceland being located just below the Arctic circle, with its climate being arctic by definition and then kept warm by the Gulf stream. Add to that the island seem taken from a science fiction movie with its volcanoes and hot springs, it is not the average island and did make a deep impression on me. In winter the nature look infinitely hostile, it will consume you. No life in sight. Still, this nature is bubbling with volcanic activity underneath and the houses are kept warm by geothermal energy, and it feels quite safe once inside.

Hverfell volcano a bit closer

A closer view of the Hverfell volcano, it isn’t that big

Being there its easy to see why the location has been used in HBO’s Game of Thrones.