I have a created a store on Zazzle where I will sell products with prints of my Sweden archipelago photos. I am curious what you think about them? And I gladly take feedback and ideas about what products to offer or wich photos to use (mainly from this blog). The main theme is Sweden archipelago and the photos bring peace and calmness to your mind while watching them.
As you have noticed if you have read some of my earlier posts; I love the ocean view. Especially in the morning when the air is fresh and the new day is still untouched. The ocean brings me calmness and peace. To watch the water moving heals my soul.
This time it is much colder, still fantastic views, as it always is of course. The light is a bit different, I think, with snow and ice in a really cold day in January. I hope it is not hard to get why I love this place so much. If you ever visit Sweden, do go to the east coast and out in the archipelago. It is stunning all times of year. I will come back here later this year to give you some photos that show how the summer looks out there…
Same house and clock tower as in my last post.
I just love the small glimmer of the warm colored stones. They makes a wonderful contrast in this light and white environment, does it not?
In my hometown, where I grow up, we had a huge industry… We had a huge harbor with a lot of shipping to and from the industry. But there also is a fantastic and beautiful archipelago. The small town is situated just by the Baltic sea, and there are some wonderful views. I usually still go out there, at all season. The photos below is taken in January, a day with cold weather but no snow. I will in a later post come back here, to Femöre as it is called, in a day with plenty of snow.
The light in the winter is amazing, and the colors are so characteristic for winter. The sun is not getting so high up:
And finally the same house with the bell outside across the water:
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Why do I write this blog?
There is so much beauty in this world to enjoy and share. I can't get enough of admiring photos from all corners of the world. This blog is my contribution to this great treasure.
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