Erika Skogg@erikaskogg

National Geographic Explorer, Scandinavian American, Travel Photographer and Guide.

www.erikaskogg.com/photographing-morocco/

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Erika Skogg

❄️The #NatGeoStorySummit has officially begun with @oshannonburns & @dannermo with our best #ManualBoomerang yet.


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Book is printed and available for purchase on my website ErikaSkogg.com
Thanks for post @ashprange!!
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This week held many proud moments 💜.. dear friend and @natgeo photographer @erikaskogg debuted her first book unpacking the enchanting photographic adventure of Moroccan Travel (erikaskogg.com), @aunaturalelife released our mascara with first EVER organic preservative (years in the making!)🌿 ... 2019 is already sooo good ❤️ #morocco #travel #freetoplay #cleancolorrevolution


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Merry Christmas!! @kajjjjjjjjsa setting the table for a Swedish Christmas dinner. #scandinavianamerican @scandinavianamerican


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From the Chicago Cultural Center to the Swedish American Museum to the Swedish service at Ebenezer Lutheran Church, this is St. Lucia and all the beautiful behind the scenes moments in Chicago! The original Lucia was canonized by the church for bringing food to Christians hiding in the 4th century catacombs of Italy, lighting the path before her with candles on top of her head. Lucia is remembered in Sweden every Dec 13th (the longest night according to the medieval calendar) and for our Swedish-American calendars it also celebrates the beginning of the Christmas season! Glad Lucia! @scandinavianamerican #sanktalucia #stlucia


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Lucia’s, sashes, and socks. @scandinavianamerican #sanktalucia #stlucia


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Glad Lucia! Photographing the candidates before crowning Chicago’s 2018 St. Lucia.


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The tomte/nisses are out tonight in #DoorCounty #Wisconsin! A nisse (Danish: [ˈnesə] and Norwegian: [²nɪsːɛ]), tomte (Swedish: [²tɔmːtɛ]), tomtenisse, or tonttu (Finnish: [tontːu]) is a mythological creature from Nordic folklore today typically associated with the winter solstice and the Christmas season. @doorcounty @scandinavianamerican


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Natural Christmas at the @ridgessanctuary and how lucky were we that it was #ScandinavianAmerican themed this year! #DoorCounty #Wisconsin


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Advance copies of Photographing Morocco are in! They are now for sale on my website and will be delivered around New Years 🎉🥂Link in bio


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A Swedish-style Thanksgiving at our family cottage in #DoorCounty #Wisconsin @scandinavianamerican


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My favorite part of winter at the #Vermont cabin is waking up in the tree tops.


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