My, and probably most people’s, favorite part of the fall is when it behaves something like in the picture below. Those days are sadly gone by now in Sweden and what’s left are barren trees, rain and a howling wind that somehow finds its way through your clothes. There will hopefully be just a few weeks of this before the winter arrives. I have always favored the light freshness of the snow to rain, storms and wet clothes.
In the beginning of June I posted a picture taken from on top of one of the buildings at the hospital at Orup. That picture showed Sätoftasjön and Östra Ringsjön. Today I thought that I would post a picture that I constructed from two different photos. Combined that way they show the two previous lakes but also Västra Ringsjön.
I hope to be able to go there again quite soon with all the trees in their fall costume. That would be great to see and, later on, show you here.
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Yesterday’s work brought me to the old hospital of Orup outside of Höör. There we had a look at a malfunctioning network and afterwords we had a look at a wonderful view from on top of the roof of hospital. The first lake is called Sätoftasjön and the one in the background is called Östra Ringsjön.
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