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2 files, last one added on Feb 23, 2006
Album viewed 544 times

FZ20 hot pixel


9 files, last one added on Nov 14, 2006
Album viewed 1059 times



20 files, last one added on Aug 16, 2007
Album viewed 1045 times

My tooths


Some X-ray images of my tooths. A nice dentist emailed them to me. (I've newer had any cavities by the way)

4 files, last one added on Sep 23, 2005
Album viewed 833 times



3 files, last one added on Jan 11, 2008
Album viewed 547 times



9 files, last one added on Jun 10, 2006
Album viewed 748 times

The authorities


2 files, last one added on Mar 04, 2007
Album viewed 538 times


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Why our telephone don't workJan 11, 2008
Why our telephone don't workJan 11, 2008
MineThis actually looks like a mine reused as a buoy! It was located east of Stallarholmen, SwedenAug 16, 2007
Tilted boatFound this boat while on a kayak holiday with a friend. Its location was close to Stallarholmen, Sweden.Aug 16, 2007
GlobenGloben in Stockholm as seen from the Årsta bridge (picture taken from a commuter train).May 08, 2007
Swedish customs CBRN-vanAnother shot of one of the customs CBRN vans.
Their objective is to patrol the Swedish shoretline as well as making spot tests in our harbours. Besides that, they are able to assist at accidens and crimes involving hazardous materials. They always drive around with a very sensitive gamma spectrometer turned on, which not only detects radiation, it tells which source material it originated from as well. Additionally, they can detect emitted neutrons, making it possible to detect radioactive material even when the source is heavily shielded.
Mar 04, 2007

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Swedish customs CBRN-vanThis is one of the three currently existing CBRN vans in Sweden. It's operated by the customs service, and have sensors for detecting chemical, biological, radioactive, and nuclear hazards. Each car with equipment costed about 2.5 million SEK (350 000 U.S. dollar)

Right now, they are looking at adding even more sensors capable of detecting other hazardous chemicals (besides the war gasses which it already detects) as well as adding detectors for explosives.
Floating caravanThis caravan has been floating in Ladugårdsviken for a couple of months this summer. Seems like a nice way to spend a vaccation.
800% crop of hot pixels after third try to get it repairedThis image contains cutouts of the red and blue hot pixel located here. These hot pixels are always visible in manual mode (at least when shutter speed higher then 1/15 and below 1/250, didn't try much higher). The hot pixels are also slightly visible in most automatic modes, especially when the cam uses an ISO higher then 100.