Thats why they are under the http://www.damocles.nu/pub
directory... pub, as in public. I still have closed directories, but not under public.
So do i, im going back there someday when ive been to a few other places too.
Yeah, its a classical choir, just before they performed the "Passion of John". The dark-haired older male tenor is an opera-singer that performed the role of phantom in phantom of the opera. I had promised to do some shots for them as a friend of mine is singing in the choir. The group shot are my first group-shot ever, and thats 15 minutes before the show, with a 200 people audience behind my back watching me take the shots. No pressure, no pressure at all...
2 of 5 shots was usuable, and the one selected is fine when i took out a few spots where the sun shone. Then im happy with it considering i stand 3 meters infront of the choir, on the directors podium with mikes and instruments just outside the photo on all sides.
Nah, all things considered, im incredibly happy how it turned out, even though true focus was kindof on the wall behind em.
The skvader is actually real, in so far as its real animal parts thats been stuffed. It was actually a joke by a preserver. There had been rumours of this odd beast going around, the skvader, so he actually did one and placed it out in the woods for a hunter to find. The stuffed animal(s) itself is in the biological museum here in stockholm.
Although i yanked some of the pdf´files, they were meant for my friend that has the server in his home, and there isnt upload speed enough for me to give out the large ones. I probably shouldnt distribute em, but they are available for download at several other sites including Adobe and adobe related sites. Of course they are in english, i rarely read anything in sweden unless its the original language of the work in question.
Oh, long post, but everything gots its story i guess. And the trip to the philippines is probably a good sized paper in itself.