Illustration of the Ugly Duckling, by Frits Ahlefeldt

Sketch of the Ugly Duckling – A Storytelling classic archetype

Mother Earth reaching out to a stressed mobile phone looking man

Drawing of Mother Earth reaching out to stressed businessman – Someone needs a hug drawing in texted and non-texted version

illustration of house deserted and closed, drawing by Frits Ahlefeldt

Ink sketch of an old abandoned house by the sea

Drawing of a small backpacker bull, angry and walking

Walking can resolve anger, it works, but why?

Drawing of a tree with planet Earth cut down by greedy humans, while others watch in disbelieve

Logbook 15 Feb. – Nobody gains, in the long run, from the way illegal logging is destroying forests all over the planet today.

pushing oneself close to the edge

Logbook 9. Jan. The edge as a place

Drawing of a kid looking at a blue snail on the trail, with a clock at the end of the trail and a woman looking hurried

Logbook note: 23 Dec. Taking time Drawing

Man on the shore pointing at dragon while a kid is heading out on adventure in a small boat

Seeing dragons seems to be easier when people close to you are heading out

Drawing of people walking along different stories, drawing by Frits Ahlefeldt

Logbook 16 Dec. Sketching thoughts on human life and experience seen as an unfolding story-line – what we learn along the way. Sketching up concepts for how to understand life as a walk along different paths

Drawing of a school construction site, with kids playing on the parkour like interactive wall and workers explaining the progress to them

Logbook 14 Dec. Thinking about how to construct better schools, while giving my daughter a day off from it

hiker in a goal target circle, moving on

Could it be more important where we are moving to, than where we are… ?

Logbook note: Wondered about what knowledge might be today

Drawing of a hiker between two signs saying the best for you and the best for all

Day with words and drawings – sketching up ideas and thoughts about the Common Good and hiking. What it is and might be in the future

Illustrated style of a Rainbow bridge connecting two mountain dwellings

Study of a magical lamp, illustration style ( to compare it to watercolor style )

Four leaf clover, comparing two ways of drawing it

Four smokers illustration by Frits Ahlefeldt

Four smoker characters

Text and drawings by Frits Ahlefeldt

Over one billion people on the planet smoke, even though it has been proved above any doubt how harmful it is. Half of the smokers die from smoking, but they still do it… why? 

Four smokers - sailor, detective, soldier and woman

Collection of smoker characters

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Man walking on a rainbow, model of the stages of wishful thinking, drawing by Frits Ahlefeldt

Wondering about the nature and logic of wishful thinking ( link to Hiking.org article )

Illustration of global drivers of change, by Frits Ahlefeldt

Drivers of global change are moving us fast towards a future beyond our imagination…

When everybody agree… but nobody know where you are heading