Monthly Archive: May, 2017

Unknown butterfly

Unknown beautiful butterfly at a zoo in New Forest, England. More critters at Camera Critters and Saturday’s Critters. Advertisements


Passing by a bicycle lane crossing a pedestrian lane I came upon a child´s shoe on a stone pillar. Was it some child on the back of the parent´s bike that lost the… Continue reading

A promenade at Stonehenge

Originally posted on Birdbrain:
A rather large bird with the size of a goose, unknown to me, ?promenaded itself at Stonehenge on Easter. More critters at Camera Critters and Saturday’s Critters?and more winged…


Originally posted on Weekly Weather:
Beautiful weather on monday. Summer is here. The week started a little cold but at the end of the week have been having summer temperatures of 22 degrees…

Street by the temple Tenryū-ji in Kyoto

Originally posted on Boring Postcards:
A treasured memory from one of my journeys to visit my son whom lived in Japan at the time. The pictures is taken close to?the temple Tenryū-ji ?in…

Lanercost Priory

Lanercost Priory in Cumbria in England is built of stones from Hadrian´s wall nearby in 1166. Why waste energy to quarry new stones when you have stones already? Most of the priory was… Continue reading

Back to Malmö – still a cold spring

Originally posted on Weekly Weather:
Driving from Haltwhistle in England to Edinburg on friday morning. On this picture we are somewhere close to Birdoswald. Last friday our three week stay in England came…

Springtime on Kungsgatan

Originally posted on Boring Postcards:
The postcard this week is from Kungsgatan, a boulevard established at the end of the 19th century in eastern Malmö. An octagonal church lies at its center and it is a…

Ruff – Calidris pugnax

Originally posted on Birdbrain:
? This is quite a peculiar bird as it has three different sorts of males or rather appearance of males. When in the mating season the majority of ruff…

Reflections – The Calendar of Light – Malmö Town Library

  In the background the old library and in the foreground the new library wing in Malmö, Sweden. The new part is called the Calendar of Light. I share this post with The… Continue reading