Tag Archive: weekend reflections

From our journey to the edge of the Roman Empire

The picture above is taken on what once the edge was the Roman Empire at Chesters in Northern England where an cavalry regiment with 500 horses and their riders from northern Spain served… Continue reading

Car mirror reflection

Reflection in the mirror of a trusty little car in England in the spring of 2017. As a bonus reflections in the car and the windows is reflected in the mirror as well.… Continue reading

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

From the edge of the Roman Empire

On  the edge of the Roman Empire at Chesters in Northern England an cavalry regiment with 500 horses and their riders from northern Spain served to guard the Roman Empire from the barbarians… Continue reading

Trees reflected in car window

The trees on the old church yard is perfectly reflected in the window of a car. Look closelyand you can see the green leaves reflected in the big W. More pictures on Weekend Reflections.

Reflection in car window of the old post house on Skeppsbron

Walking along Skeppsbron in Malmö I saw a beautiful reflection of Ferdinand Boberg´s Post house built between 1900 – 1906. Th post house is a protected building since 1935. Behind the post house… Continue reading

Scheelegatan in Malmö

Scheelegatan in Malmö in the winter of 2015.

Reflection in windows of old industrial building

The tree is reflected in the windows of an old industrial building along Limhamnsvägen in Limhamn in Malmö, Sweden. More pictures on Weekend Reflections.

Rose in water

Something odd amongst the waterlilies. A rose floating on the water in the river Viskan. More monochrome pictures at The Weekend in Black and White.


Walking by a big triangular house advertising a big fashion store based in Borås I saw this reflection and took a picture. I am  sharing this post with Weekend Reflections.