Tag Archive: darkness

Transformation

  Walking by the central square Gustav Adolfs torg in Malmö I discovered that the square had started one of it transformations, this time preparing for it´s Christmas look. The square changes several… Continue reading

Autumn fog

This picture of fog in Malmö was published in color on my other blog Weekly Weather this week. I got a suggestion from Peter B at http://sparepartsandpics.blogspot.se/ in comments that it would be… Continue reading

Experimental light

  Walking through the twilight in the morning and in the afternoon I experiment with the light and a lense with f-stop 1.8. The picture is taken early morning in old town Malmö. I… Continue reading

Chaos close to King´s Cross

Chaos on the streets around King´s Cross. I am sharing this post  with The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Chaos.

Early morning in old town

Moving through town in the early morning on my way to work I am an observer, a flaneur, sometimes standing still and pondering the angle and the light to see if this will… Continue reading

Mystic city

The streets become beautiful and mystic in the lamplight of early mornings. The picture is taken in old town Malmö. I am sharing this post  with The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Shine.

Drömlikt / Dreamlike

English text below the Swedish text. Snö i Borås under januari 2016. Den stora granen är täckt av snö. I mörkret i backen skymtar en figur och de snötäckta fotbollsmålen drömmer om sommaren. I admit… Continue reading

Optimistic

It has been rather cold these past weeks. Minus 14 degrees I think is the most in the city of Borås but I have heard of minus 18 and minus 19 degrees in the… Continue reading

Trees in snow and darkness / Träd i snö och mörker

  English text below the Swedish text. Träd i snö och mörker i Borås på min väg till och från jobbet. Klicka på bilderna för att se dem större. Besök Fototriss på tema “Träd” för… Continue reading

Mysterious lights

In the darkness ordinary things turn mystic. And from where does the blue and green reflection come from?  In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “(Extra)ordinary.”