Month: August 2014

Umbrella heaven

Hundreds of intensely colored umbrellas shaded the shopping street of Turkish Fethiye. It was a pleasure to walk under such a gorgeous sun cover. This could easily be adapted for Swedish cities, too. To protect us from the rain.

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Wealthy city kids

Children playing outdoors in the city are rare, and when they do, they might look a bit lost. Kids here live well organized lives at school and daycare, and they are often transported there by car or stroller. Their parents normally appear to be occupied […]

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Morning and afternoon rain

Back in Sweden after a hot and sunny vacation: Early morning in Göteborg. There is lovely sunshine and intense light when I wake up, and a few minutes later the clouds suddenly burst into heavy rain. Göteborg indeed is a rainy place, but when I […]

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Textures

For this week’s WordPress Photo Challenge Textures, I chose a picture from the other day. I admit that not all mornings – not even on a holiday sailing trip in the Mediterranean sea – are like this, but it did actually occur: I’m slipping into […]

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Zigzag

Yesterday, outside a shop of antiques in the Turkish city Kas, I saw this beautiful door. It is my entry for this week’s WordPress photo Challenge “ZigZag”.

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