Thursday, November 10, 2011

Been a long night, and a long day.

It´s been busy, busy with school lately. But on Saturday I will go to Uddevalla on a shot with Jörgen Storm. I´m so looking forward to do this. Its been a wile since i did something outside school...


Photo: Jörgen Storm, January 2011.
Session: Harley Star
Model & Graphics: Anunnaki
Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Everyone should at least have a Meatless Monday


Photo: Mattias Nilsson (Madcap piktures), 2008
Clothes: Sewn by me. In imitation leather.

This is my English report for school. I hope my teacher likes it ;-)

Refrain meat on Mondays, that is the message the former front member in the Beatles, Paul McCartney and his daughters is propagating. The project started in 2009 but before that meatless Mondays was 2003 as a public health awareness program in some schools in USA.
As the worlds populations grows and the demand for meat keeps rising we should cut down on our consumption of meat. There are a lot of reasons for doing that besides the obvious negative effect on climate change. The meat-industries impact on global warming is somewhere between 18 – 30% depending on how you measure it, that makes it the biggest single polluter on the planet. So could skipping meat once a week make a difference? Yes, it makes an enormous difference!
First of all the meat-industries impact on the environment and especially on global warming is huge, there has been a lot of debating around the flying industry and the pollution from airtravel. If you consider that the entire flying-industry is responsible for 1% of the greenhouse gases on a global scale and the meat-industry is responsible for up to 30% you can come to a very easy conclusion. If everyone eats vegetarian food just once every month that would do as much for the climate as if you stopped all flights on the planet. Just consider what an impact skipping meat once a week would do.
Secondly, the world population keeps growing and last week we passed the 7 billion people mark, So how does meat-consumption effect the total supply of food in the world and how is it related to a large population of starving people? In one acre you could produce 1 unit of meat protein or 10 units of vegetable-protein. Thus, one person eating meat takes away nine persons food. There is just not enough farmland on the planet to support our meat eating habits if we think that everyone should have the same right to food as we do. A single kg of meat also needs a lot of water, 50.000 liter for just one kilogram compared to 300 liter for the same amount of vegetable-protein. So if we make our Mondays meat free we do not only preserve water, we also give people in poverty a chance to be able to afford food and keep them from starving.
In addition to the other aspects there is other environmental issues that needs to be considered. The deforestation in the Amazon rainforest, the fact that 80% of the produced soy-protein is used for feeding animals, pollution of water resources etc.
However I am aware that there is a difficulty when it comes to lifestyle chooses and that the awareness of what our consumption does to our planet is low. Therefore a small change like eating meat free food just on Mondays is a beginning to tackle the problems. On the other hand something needs to be done if we still want a planet that can sustain life for future generations.
In conclusion it´s clear that we need to change the way we think about what food we eat and take a personal responsibility for the future on the planet. If everyone eats meat free food at least once a week that would be a good start, and the effects on the environment and greenhouse gases would be four times the amount that all airplanes on the planet just by changing what we eat.
Monday, November 7, 2011

Crash boom bang

On my way to school, i got one "lovely" painattack. In class my teacher came to me and he was worried for me (he is so sweet). It wasn't the worst attack i have gotten, but i had a hard time sitting up in class. It was a really powerful thunder and lightning in side the head, like a migraine. That is a huge improvement from those "Horton headaches" attacks that I usually get. So I guess all that chemicals/ med´s are helping. I dont really like them much. I hate taking pills. Maybe because it makes me gain weight :-S and that is no womans dream. but comparing to the pain... I choose the med´s.

Now I will try to eat some rosehip soup with icecream, and rest some more. See you...






Photo & Graphics: Jörgen Storm, 2011
Session: Drain
Model: Anunnaki
Sunday, November 6, 2011

Took the train


Photo:Dick Andersson, 2008
Session: Sleepy Hollow
Models: Robin Ahlqvist & Anunnaki
MUA: Linda Hellström

I took the train back home from my mom´s to day. It would had been nice, but I was so tired that I felt sick. All I could think of was getting of the train and in a hot shower.
Now a few hours later... I sit in a chair still tired like hell, but not in a sleepy way. I think it is a great movie night :-)

On the train I surf some on tradera (ebay). I found this pretty corsett with a cute skirt. I fell in love, and bought it...




Friday, November 4, 2011

Modellbilder.se

Hi there my sweet reader.
I have spent my day updating my portfolio on modellbilder.se. But now that sight is telling me I have uploaded to much for this day and I have to wait till morrow to continue. I hope to upload all my sessions that I have done. It would had been fun to have them on one sight all together.

I hope you had a great Halloween and Día de Muertos. Here is a photo from a photosession that I was supposed to be in my blog earlier this week (but I was sick).

Dead Romance

Photo & Graphics: Andreas Andersson
Session: Dead Romance
Models: Jonas Högberg & Anunnaki
Tuesday, November 1, 2011

Día de los Muertos

Día de los Muertos or in English "Day of the Dead" is a Mexican national holiday. Family's and friends are gathering to pray and remember their loved once who have past away. The celebration takes place on November 1st and 2nd, in connection with the Catholic holidays of All Saints' Day (November 1) and All Souls' Day (November 2).


A pick nick to celebrate Día de los Muertos, with the Morbid family...
Photo: Andreas Andersson 2011
Modell: Jonas Högberg, Anunnaki Andersson and Mini Dead
MUA: Anunnaki

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