Visiting the Botanical garden in Helsinki I saw this beautiful pink waterlily. Advertisements
Visiting the Botanical garden in Helsinki I saw this beautiful cultivated waterlily: Nymphaea ‘Kew’s Stowaway Blues’.
Medieval castles usually had a moat and Malmöhus castle in Southern Sweden has one too. The castle was originally built in 1434 by Erik of Pomerania, then king of the unified Denmark, Sweden… Continue reading
A mottled fascinating reflection with birch trees on flooded ground taken on a walk along the beach on Drumsö – Lauttasaari in Helsinki at easter 2016 at the end of March. I am sharing… Continue reading
We are connected by the internet and the unseen waves through cables and air as we are by the waves lapping the shores and the water enclosing the our planet. In response to… Continue reading
In recent years I have travelled to several countries to visit my children. These pictures are memories from England, Japan, Finland and Estonia. To see the captions click on the pictures. In… Continue reading
I live in a town by the entrance to the Baltic Sea. Once it was controlled by Denmark and all ships entering the strait of Öresund paid toll to the Danish state. In… Continue reading
When I was young I didn´t take many pictures of the city. I have regretted that since but I think I have made up for that in recent years. The sky scrapers… Continue reading
Swans give an impression of incredible softness with their fluffy wings. In response to The Daily Post’s discover challenge: Blogging the senses. I am also sharing this with Weekend reflections.
Walking along Skeppsbron in Malmö on an early February morning there is harmony in town before the bustle of the day begins. On the other side of the old ferry harbour lies… Continue reading