Gothenburg’s most famous photographical son.
He stands near the entrance to the Hasselblad Centre in Gothenburg’s Art Museum. Dressed for the weather and carrying one of the cameras he designed and built. He looks as though he’s taking a picture across the square. At his feet is the footprint of a moon boot – a reminder that the Apollo 11 astronauts took a Hasselblad camera to the moon and used it to take the iconic photo of humankind’s first footprint on another planet.