It's been a lot going on the past year, which is also the reason for so few posts lately. My mother left this life just before new years after fighting a brain tumor since April.
I hope you're in a better world than this one now mom, and please keep a seat warm for me when I arrive there, many years from now.
I will always keep you in my heart.
As there's been a lot of changes in life, I also decided to change the website and host the photoblog on a domain of its own. So, this is the last post that will be up on this page. Head over to http://www.captures.se from now on.
Sincerely, Anders. Anders Ferrer @ Jan 30 - 2013
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