Tag Archive: urban stories

Framed by trees

My new favourite photo spot on my way to work in the morning is framed by trees.  I am sharing this post  with The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Frame.

On the pavement

As usual on the lookout high and low, I saw this remnant of a flower outside a night club / pub where I saw a similar flower a few weeks back. Memories of some… Continue reading

Serene morning

I am almost always early to work which means the streets are mostly empty when I go to work. I like it that way as I am then am able to home earlier as… Continue reading

Narrow streets

Walking through the narrow streets of old Malmö I catch glimpses of modern buildings. I am sharing this post  with The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Narrow.

Beautiful decay

Moving through the urban landscape I keep my eyes open for beauty on the dirty streets. Here I found a decaying beauty on the pavement. I am sharing this post  with The Daily Post’s… Continue reading

Same square, same buildings

Standing at the bus stop at Gustav Adolf´s square I looked up at the buildings and thought about the picture I took in the beginning of the 1970s of the tramway that went between Gustav… Continue reading

Curves at Kyoto Station

Curves at Kyoto Station, Japan a fifteen story high futuristic building by architect Hiroshi Hara.  I am sharing this post  with The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Curve.

Mysterious letters

Mysterious letters on the curb to the bus stop at Södra Torget in Borås. In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Alphabet

Circle

Hyllie station is built as a disc over a shaft in the ground where four railways pass on their way to the Öresund bridge and Malmö. The circle is thought to remind of… Continue reading

Gathering

It is Christmas time and to gather at the Christmas markets is popular in Europe. This picture is from the Christmas market in the old medieval part of Tallinn in Estonia. In response to The Daily… Continue reading