This is me,
plainly exposed

My name is Karsten Stanley Andersen. I'm the world's most overlooked photographer, or I'm just another middle-aged guy with a semi-expensive camera. You be the judge. One thing is certain: I love taking pictures, whether it's landscape, city, or my cats - and this is where you will find them.
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Portfolio

I have taken thousands of pictures over the years. Deciding which ones are the best is all but impossible, but these are some that I'm particularly proud of and have meant the most to me. Check out my overall best or go by category.

THE FOREST

My favorite subject and one I consider myself fairly good at.

BEAUTIFUL DENMARK

Obviously, my native country is my most important ground for shooting.

BIG WORLD

Traveling offers so many opportunities and new challenges.
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Photo Diary

Trying - unsuccesfully so far - to present my day to day photography
2019-08-28
August 28: Oslo Fiord and Oslo

I have never had much luck with the conditions in Oslo for photography. This year was no exception. A thick layer of clouds, and even a bout of rain, made this day a doubtful affair photography-wise. But I was actually pretty happy with how I fared in the face of these less than optimal conditions. […]

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2019-08-27
August 27: Øresund

A few days after returning from our Jutland road trip, we set our for a new adventure: another trip to Oslo on the big Oslo ferry. Now, it was only a little over a year since we had last been in Oslo, which I wrote about here. Still, we always have a nice time away […]

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2019-08-23
August 23: Across Jutland

Our only full day away from home was spent cruising around Jutland, from the east to the west and back east. The first image is from Himmelbjerget (Sky Mountain), which is one of the highest points in Denmark. It's not really a mountain - we don't have mountains in Denmark - but a hill with […]

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2019-08-22
August 22: The Forest Tower

Day 1 of our road trip vacation to Jutland. On the way over there, we stopped at a place called Camp Adventure, which recently got a new attraction: a 45 meter wooden tower that rises above the  treetops enabling you to see for miles and miles. But first we had walk through a little forest […]

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