All posts filed under: Wordpress Weekly Photo Challenge

WPC: Enveloped

Whenever I have foreign visitors, I like to show the Stockholm Public Library, designed by Swedish architect Gunnar Asplund, inaugurated in 1928. According to Wikipedia, it was Sweden’s first public library to apply the principle of open shelves where visitors could access books without the […]

4 comments

WPC: Forces of nature

“…share a force of nature from your corner of the world. It can be something as large as the Grand Canyon, or as small as the tiny seedling steadily breaking is way through the concrete in your driveway”, was the invitation of Brie Anne Demkiw […]

1 comment

WPC: Intricate

Often when I pass the tangled thickets surrounding my neighborhood, I stop, fascinated by those intricate patterns and textures created by the growing plants. The greenery as well as the climate is different here in Stockholm – compared to Göteborg, on the west coast, where […]

3 comments

WPC: Early Bird

This week’s theme of the WordPress Challenge is “Early Bird”. Normally I’m more of a late bird and have vey few pictures from daybreak, but during summer holidays on a yacht in the Mediterranean it’s easy to wake up with the sun, and even make […]

5 comments

WPC: Afloat II

Another image, photographed last september in the centre of Stockholm (this city consists of many islands/ bridges), for this week’s photo challenge, afloat by WordPress.

10 comments

W P C: Blur

Last Saturday, thousands of football supporters marched towards the big arena, to take part in the kick off for this football season. Lots of noise, beer, fireworks and smoke. This week’s Photo Challenge theme from WordPress is blur.      

3 comments

W P C: Ephemeral

The Stockholm sky rarely looks like this. Cirrus clouds are common, but usually they are hidden behind lower clouds, and I was happy to catch a few photos last week. Cirrus indicate that weather conditions soon may deteriorate. The theme of this week’s WordPress Photo […]

7 comments

WPC: Fresh

No sun, no soil – and still, in the kitchen: home-grown lettuce and basil. Since some months, our kitchen is turned into a hydroponic cultivation area. My partner started growing tomatoes early November. In the end of January he harvested some handfuls of ripe cherry […]

7 comments