Category Archive: landscape

Sunrise above the clouds

  I love flying and often hang by the window. This picture of a sunrise is taken somewhere above Sweden in the beginning of this week. More pictures on Skywatch. Advertisements Occasionally, some of… Continue reading

In the air heading out from Stockholm

I love flying and often hang by the window. This picture is taken just after the plane started from Stockholm this week.

Avebury

Avebury is a neolithic stone circle close to Stonehenge. It is a giant circle with remnants of smaller stone circles  inside the big circle. Only part of the big circle remain. In Sweden we… Continue reading

The White Chalk Horses of Wiltshire

I knew about the white chalk horses of Wiltshire when we visited in the spring of 2017 but at the time our focus was on Roman remains as my husband was very interested… Continue reading

Escaping Blue Flowers

  Waiting for the bus I discovered these blue flowers excaping from their garden world outside the fence. I share this post with The Daily Post´s weekly Photography Challenge: Out of This World.  

Lines on the ground

The stones on the ground in the park forms lines. I share this post with The Daily Post´s weekly Photography Challenge: Lines.  

Yachts at the Limhamn Marina

From our walk to the marina in Limhamn last week. The pier and the masts offer a lot of lines in the spring sun. The Öresund bridge between Sweden and Denmark is a line… Continue reading

Lines at the Limhamn Marina

From our walk to the marina in Limhamn today. A lot of lines on the masts on the boats being readied for the summer in the glorious spring sun. I share this post… Continue reading

Waiting for the metro in Nagoya

In the beginning of april 2013 I travelled to Nagoya in Japan to visit my son who lived there at the time. Of course we travelled by the Metro and I was very impressed… Continue reading

Tour Guide – Cherry Blossom on Sakura Dori in Nagoya, Japan

In the beginning of april 2013 I travelled to Nagoya in Japan to visit my son who lived there at the time. I arrived at the end of the hanami season, when people walk… Continue reading