This summer I once again returned to my second home, Sweden. And of course I brought my camera!
Overlooking Amager and Copenhagen.
Damhussøen seen from above.
The new kid on the block, 2150 Nordhavn.
I love these views.
Tiny red houses!
The color of this house (and many others in Sweden!) is called falu red.
A small lake.
The world is big!
View over Rättvik.
Another red house, this one belonging to a family member.
Dark skies over Mora.
Tall trees in Mora.
View from Orsa Grönklitt.
And another one.
Traditional Swedish houses with a magnificient view.
This was shot in the Orsa Bear Park.
I fell in love with this pictoresque wooden pier immediately.
These guys seemed to like it too.
No family trips without family pictures!
After the meal the photography continued.
The whole area was very beautiful – or vacker, as it’s called in Swedish.
My grandparents dancing as they did when they first met more than 50 years ago.
View from our room. Not bad!
The drama in this photo called for some black and white processing.
And dramatic landscape.
A rainy sunday.
These crosses have stood the test of time.
Fog – “dimma”!
Trees as far as the eye can see.
Back in Södertälje, my fathers birthplace.
It almost looks like a tornado.
Last landscape before heading south to Skåne.
Sunrises rarely dissapoint.
Everything seems to come to life!
Thanks for being so stunning, Sweden. I can’t wait to see where future travels will take me!