Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Hi, I'm Camilla Davidsson

I’m a Professional photographer who likes to do things differently.

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The isle of Ré, L’île de Ré; on the beautiful French Atlantic coast

I've been coming to this beautiful island for more than 20 years now and I have to admit that I have a tendency to end up taking the same kind of pictures... It's not about boredom, I think it's simply when looking at the same things over and over, I get somehow a bit blind. Same as with love perhaps...? obviously my point of view only; over the years we might not really see the person in front of us from every different angle and with all the changes over time... so we might just have fallen into bad habits... of not really seeing?

Amsterdam; a precious jewel in Northern Europe

Amsterdam is such a small city so wherever you are; you are never far from anything. In the inner city I can't really see many changes, the lovely houses and the canals are as pretty as before and strolling trough the parks and gardens, walking or biking; this city might not be Paris or Rome but it sure is a northern Venice to fall in love with.

Kanchanaburi and the Death Railway

The taxi ride to Thonburi train station or as previously called Bangkok Noi, was without the hassle of the general traffic situation here in Bangkok. Upon our arrival at the station we got our tickets, 100 Baht per person.... which is the cost of a cappuccino in town! we got some refreshments waiting for the train to leave, it was a beautiful morning and I was happy!

Rosebud from Paris to Bangkok, bags and jewellery design

Rosebud from Paris to Bangkok, bags and jewellery design I met Armelle Cohen, designer and art dealer last year in November here in Bangkok. We...

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The isle of Ré, L’île de Ré; on the beautiful French Atlantic coast

I've been coming to this beautiful island for more than 20 years now and I have to admit that I have a tendency to end up taking the same kind of pictures... It's not about boredom, I think it's simply when looking at the same things over and over, I get somehow a bit blind. Same as with love perhaps...? obviously my point of view only; over the years we might not really see the person in front of us from every different angle and with all the changes over time... so we might just have fallen into bad habits... of not really seeing?

Amsterdam; a precious jewel in Northern Europe

Amsterdam is such a small city so wherever you are; you are never far from anything. In the inner city I can't really see many changes, the lovely houses and the canals are as pretty as before and strolling trough the parks and gardens, walking or biking; this city might not be Paris or Rome but it sure is a northern Venice to fall in love with.

Kanchanaburi and the Death Railway

The taxi ride to Thonburi train station or as previously called Bangkok Noi, was without the hassle of the general traffic situation here in Bangkok. Upon our arrival at the station we got our tickets, 100 Baht per person.... which is the cost of a cappuccino in town! we got some refreshments waiting for the train to leave, it was a beautiful morning and I was happy!

Rosebud from Paris to Bangkok, bags and jewellery design

Rosebud from Paris to Bangkok, bags and jewellery design I met Armelle Cohen, designer and art dealer last year in November here in Bangkok. We...

Made by Legacy Market in Bangkok

Markets have been tremendously popular since ever in Thailand. Here in Bangkok the increase of markets over the last 10 years I've been living...

Christian Dior Exhibition “A sight for sore eyes”

Christian Dior Exhibition "A sight for sore eyes"My trip to Paris last autumn was just marvellous, absolutely enchanting. Lovely weather, we had suddenly summer in the middle of the autumn...All on my own, no obligations, so probably the most precious thing you can have: time, plenty of free time to roam the streets of Paris and enjoy as much art exhibitions, concert and films. I also enjoyed the company of my friends, whom I miss insanely when back in Bangkok.I wasn't going to miss the Christian Dior exhibition for anything at the "Musée des arts Décoratifs". It's the retrospective of 70 years of Dior.An extremely extensive exhibition, I have never seen so many dresses in my life at the same time, fascinating! Each piece as an art piece of design and craft.This exhibition will take you through 70 years of dedication to the dress and to the woman. With Christian Dior as the founding father leading you to Yves Saint Laurent, who modernised the style and therefore also the woman. To many years later with John Galliano taking the work of creation to an absolute new and spectacular level, never been seen before!

Khomapastr textile factory in Hua Hin

Khomapastr Ltd. textile factory in Hua Hin, Thailand. A wonderful day by the Ocean,I had the great opportunity to be invited to visit the Khomapastr textile factory in Hua Hin.Invited by the managing director Asaya Kongsiri, who is the granddaughter of the founder and whom I first met through my friend Julie, who collaborates with the brand.We left Bangkok early morning, with our cappuccinos and croissants, comfortably settled into the van. We were 5 people Asaya, Julie, Yukiko, Erika and me. The perfect number to be able to talk and get to know each other a bit. I felt very much that we were, as a group, a great match.Arriving in Hua Hin, we had a morning tea at the store. This one is far bigger than the one in Bangkok, so you could easily call it the flagship-store. We had a look at the collection and we listened to Asaya telling us a bit about her family's history and the story around Khomapastr; the story about her grandfather, the 7th son of King Rama IV.Founded in 1948 by his Royal Highness Prince Bovoradej and her Serene Highness Pajongchitr Kridakorn, Khomapastr began its days in what was then a remote seaside resort town of Hua Hin. Prince Bovoradej had developed a keen interest in dyeing and weaving textiles while in exile in Saigon during the 1930s and pursued this interest upon his return to Thailand in the aftermath of the Second World War. Drawn to its charm and tranquillity, the Prince and Princess decided to settle in Hua Hin. Where they built a small dyeing, printing and weaving workshop on the family estate.

The Gaggan experience

Chef Gaggan Anand started his restaurant in Bangkok back in 2010 and since then he has been very successful. Winning several awards here in Asia, but not yet a Michelin... but they only arrived in Thailand this year so we will see what the experts will say...If my information is correct the guide arrives in both English and Thai at the end of this year.You arrive in a little white wooden house in this small alley off the Lang Suan Road. Lisa and I got a table in a room upstairs, quiet and quaint???? They presented the menu in the form of an emoji for every dish you were to taste, no names! Then the sommelier arrived to propose the wine. There we were sipping our first wine with the two first dishes coming in, when I say dishes it's more a bite. Throughout the whole dinner there wasn't any cutlery needed apart from two dishes out of 25.

She was a day tripper…. to Ubud and Bukit Peninsula in Bali

So apart from hanging with the cool kids in Canggu, the digital nomads! I also did a bit of visiting in Bali. I didn't go very far but that's fine!. Next time I will do the amazing travel around the island and see the mountains and the volcano and the immense nature you can find here!.But this time I just took a one hour motorbike drive up to Ubud! A day trip to Ubud is way too short, I know!. Too many things to see and just to drive around in the town and in the outskirts of this town is just refreshing, so you need perhaps at least 3 days. Absorbing the beautiful nature and go to the great eateries and cafés in the most exquisite places. See the beautiful craftsmanship of every house and temple, dance like crazy at the ecstatic dance evenings at the yoga barn and so on .....My day trip with Lisa at least gave me a hint of this place everybody is talking about. One of the greatest part of that day was to meet Pia Örjansdotter, a former theatre actor from Sweden. How she decided to leave Sweden for Ubud, we never had time to talk about that, but hopefully I will get there in another reportage from Bali. Becoming the creator/stylist/costume designer of her own brand. See her work on instagram, looking for a fix.