Tag Archive: weekly photo challenge

First of advent

Today is the first of advent, the first of the four Sundays preceding Christmas. Advent means waiting and in Sweden one traditionally has a candle holder with four candles in it. On the… Continue reading

Tiny

I am sharing this tiny lantern vine with The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Tiny

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.

Trompe l’œil – Subtly transmogrified town hall

 A very subtle transmogrification of Malmö town hall built in the sixteenth century. It has been rebuilt through the centuries and the facade is being touched up. I didn´t notice that the builders had covered the… 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.

Rowboat in the moat by Malmöhus castle

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

Birch tree reflections

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

Window reflection in Malmö

  A window serves as a mirror opposite the world maritime university in Malmö, Sweden. I am sharing this post  with The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Mirror and with Weekend Reflections..

Ferris wheel edges

  Lots of edges on the ferris wheel on Stortorget in Malmö in 2009.  I am sharing this post  with The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Edge.

Frames

Yesterday we visited the local farm museum in Asmundtorp. I took this picture in the maid´s chamber off the kitchen. A rather dark room and it was probably shared by several maids. But they were… Continue reading