Where are the exits?
In my interpretation of these theme I use some photos taken in Norrköping, a town in Sweden. Here you can find a lot of interesting views and there is an old textile factory and other things in an area, which today, is a very popular place to stroll. I love the old buildings, the waterfalls and all the feeling of going back in time. Many great things to see and take photos of:)
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Is this the way out of here?
I might go upstairs…
Midsummer – traditional celebration
In Sweden we have a traditional feast this time of the year -Midsummer. This years celebration was very nice. We went to Tullgarn castle, one of the Royal castles in Sweden.
There was all things needed, a maypole, dancing, live violins and picnic. The weather was fine, no rain but cloudy, no wind and a temperature at 23 °C. We enjoyed the celebration, the environs and the weather. The garden was wonderful and the sea views amazing. A great place to celebrate Midsummer:)
Below I show some photos from the environs of the castle, from the castle itself to the stunning views over the Baltic Sea. I hope you will enjoy:)
The Tullgarn Castle
Celebration including dance and maypole
Detail on the castle
View from the back of the castle
Viewing the Baltic Sea
View from the bridge
Detail in the conservatory
A natural curve shapes a heart
It took me some time to find a curve that I thought would make a great interpretation for this weeks theme. Nature is filled with natural curves, all shaped in artistic ways.
I found this leaf that is shaped like a heart, though it’s not all perfect but I think that makes it even mor beautiful. Our morning glories is growing all around, inside and outside, but I love them, I think they have the most wonderful flowers, and every day there are new flowers. The photo is taken while the early morning sun was shining through our window.
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What’s behind that door?
I guess this looks a bit odd, a door whit a huge lock outside. The house is a part of an old castle (Nyköpingshus) from the 1200 century and I think they just like to keep people outside, or what do you think? It certainly makes me curious…
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An entry in WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge, theme: pure. Nature is pure in itself and pure, clean water is a luxury for many people in this world.
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Time for recreation and recovery
Last weekend we finally got out hiking, after a long winter. This winter I have been studying full time and working, also full time. That means hardly no time for recovery. I have been longing for some time of, and finally I have got it:)
We planned for a hike during to days on Sormlandsleden, a 1000 km long hiking trail in magic landscape. We brought a tent for camping and took of. Absolute, 100 procent freedom -for me. We crossed through the forest, passed near some cows in a meadow. The main part of this trail (we walked 18 km) was following the coast by the Baltic sea, which mean some awesome views.
We found a calm and silent place to camp, far from the nearest house. Close to the sea and with a small beach just beside our camp site.
A calm evening, and we spent some time just relaxing and reading.
The most amazing experience on this hike was waking up to a clear, blue sky. The only thing that broke the silence was some birds:)
The weekend was awesome and we will do it again as soon as possible! Camping in nature brings magic to a tired soul:)
One of the oldest houses in Old Town, Stockholm. This is the door with the numbers 8, 0…
Old town in most cities are wonderful places to stroll and Stockholm is no exception:)
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The greatest art
There never will be any greater artist than nature itself. The reflection is wonderful, blurry and abstract with absolutely amazing mix of colors. I never get bored of watching the fantastic creations of mother nature:)