torsdag 11 augusti 2011

Fotografiska

We have a fantastic new museum of photography in Stockholm, Fotografiska that keeps impressing with one good exhibition after another.

Ni har väl inte missat att besöka Fotografiska i Stockholm eller att de har en fantastisk webshop där de säljer bl.a. den här finingen.

PS. I have a language issue. If I write in english my swedish readers tell me that they miss my swedish more fluent texts and if I write in swedish half of you don't understand and are stuck with googletranslate. Please help me out here, what do you want..both? xoxo

12 kommentarer:

Interior Junkie sa...

If you'll write on swedish I won't understand you :(

I wote that you write in both languages, but in swedish you can write longer text and translate in english only short explanation :)

Martina sa...

Hej!
Vad gulligt att du lyssnade på vad jag tyckte! Jag håller absolut med Interior Junkie, om du bara orkar så måste det helt klart vara bäst om du skrev på båda språken. Och lite längre texter behöver kanske bara översättas till viss del till engelska.
Tack för ordet:)

Anonym sa...

I agree with the previous posts. Even though my swedish sucks, it´s still nice to read your posts in "original" language. Still, sometimes a small translation is needed.. ;)

Anonym sa...

Jag gillar verkligen Din blogg, kikar in lite då och blir glad över Dina inspirerande bildval och tankar. Fortsätt på svenska, tycker jag, alltid mer precision på originalspråket och nog adderar det en viss exotiskthet med det svenska språket i vår globala värld. Men förstås finfint med en liten engelsk översättning.

Radostina ♥ 79ideas.org ♥ sa...

I think that you can write in Swedish and the rest of us just will start using Google Translate ;)

E. sa...

I agree with Interiorjunkie. Maybe you can just write a short version in English? Translations via google translate are not that good, in my experience.

It's great to see you 'back'. That holiday you had sounds great!

x E.

Anonym sa...

Please don't stop the English, google translate messes up way too much (sometimes even twists meanings completely around :-(
Both is fine. Shorter English is fine, too. Best would of course be if there was a switch button to read either in English or in Swedish like commercial sites have it. But I don't even know if it is possible on a blog and/or without greater hassle.

Sherry sa...

Your English is great!!

Anonym sa...

I can't speak or read Swedish, but I actually love how ridiculous Google translator can be.

Britta sa...

Jag löste språkförbistringen med att lägga in Google Website Translator Gadget högst upp i min högerspalt på bloggen. Då kan den som är inne byta till nästan vilket språk som helst. Dock blir det inte grammatiskt rätt när Google översätter men jag tror gemene man förstår i det stora hela.

Linda sa...

Both? :) Brief English would be nice--just to get a sense of what you're writing about. Thanks for asking!

Mojca sa...

I really really love that you write in English cos I surely don't understand any Swedish ;( and I must admit that Google translation well sometimes just sucks with the translations. But of course if you decide to write only in Swedish will adjust and laugh a lot :)

Mojca