Berit Wallenberg devoted all her life to the study of the cultural past of her native Sweden. She was busy studying history, working on archaeological digs, and began photographing as a teenager.
Berit Wallenberg brought the camera on each of her journeys and it didn’t matter whether it was a trip to the next archaeological dig or a family outing. For work, she often had to make documental photos. However, in her lens always got ordinary people and urban landscapes. A selection of pictures like this we now offer to your attention. The photos were taken at totally different times, between ’20s and ’60s of the twentieth century.
Photo by Berit Wallenberg