Ted Logart

Photographer, writer and foremost keen fisher waiting for that grand catch but trying to expect less.

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Entering the dark and cold

Jorge is an adventurer. He has been almost all over the world, but Swedish Lapland his new to him. When he steps through the sliding doors on Skellefteå Airport he doesn’t have a clue what he’s doing ...

2016-11-04

Three Wild Salmon Rivers

There are five rivers in Skellefteå, three of which are classified as wild salmon rivers. Such a concentration of salmon waters cannot be found anywhere else in Sweden – and the crown jewel is Byske R...

2016-06-20

Frozen sea

The ice age is always present along the coast of Swedish Lapland. From the constant land elevation to the barren, windswept frozen sea. The coast up north is pretty remarkable, this much is true. It a...

2016-03-06

Winter bathing – a declaration of love for the cold and dark

In February Skellefteå will host the Scandinavian Winter Bathing Championship for the fifth consecutive year. This year, the championship is also part of the Winter Swimming World Cup. The event has b...

2016-01-14

Salmontrippin’ in Swedish Lapland

A tanked-up car, tough rod holders and a few intensely driven salmon fishers as company is a great start if you’re going to do some serious salmontrippin’ in Swedish Lapland. This is the story of thre...

2015-07-07

Huskies dry land training

What does a husky do in the months before the snow falls? Well, just the same as a hockey player before the season. Snow-free exercise. And if you’re really lucky you can go along to a training sessio...

2015-07-07

On the trail of a wildlife photographer

Imagine what it would be like for a few days to leave all the stress and all the noise behind you, breathing in the forest scent and meeting its four-legged or winged residents face to face and assumi...

2015-07-07

Beauty and the Beast

When it comes to sport fishing Skellefteå is known for two things – Salmon and Pike. Or the beauty and the beast, if you will. The fog is dense. It is one of the summer’s absolute last mornings. I rea...

2015-07-07

A photographer’s good life

Imagine that someone who has travelled all over the world chooses to settle down in Boliden, just outside Skellefteå, in Swedish Lapland. Why, you might wonder? Well, it’s because Boliden is the best ...

2015-07-07

Scouting for moose

This is kind of an introduction to what is usually referred to Europe’s last wilderness. Starting out softly with kokkaffe, cinnamon buns and a tour of a wilderness exhibition – and ending up in a hol...

2015-07-07

Crayfishing under a moonlit sky

As the bright summer nights slowly turn to dusk, we have by now entered August and fall is almost upon us. And that is a good thing. At least if you are about to go crayfishing in the Skellefteå River...

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2015-07-07