I’ve taken so many pictures in a nature area outside of Lund called Skrylle during my various bike trips there that it’s been long since I lost count of them. A couple of evenings ago I snapped this one as I was heading home. Normally I like summer more than fall but one thing fall has going for it, is the intense colors in the beautiful sunsets and sunrises.
Some nights ago I was out with my friend Stefan to get some pictures of an area of Lund called Lundagård. The reason is that every winter students at the University of Lund decorate the area with light installations. The installation for this year perhaps wasn’t the best that I’ve seen but even so its great to see that the dark evenings and nights are lit up a bit.
The title of todays post refers to the visible lines and blur from people passing by as I was taking the pictures.
This summer we spent a couple of days on the Swedish east coast. On one of our walks to the village Kivik I saw a lonely tree with a great view over the Hanö Bay. In the lower right corner is the remains of what I presume is an old shelter from the days when Sweden still felt the need to protect its coast line. Perhaps it’s time to dust off the cob webs with the lunatic Putin not so far away..
In August this year we visited Den Blå Planet outside of Copenhagen, Denmark. It was a great place to spend a couple of hours at with lots of beautiful aquariums and fishes. I’d also like to “brag” a bit because the rain forest was actually created by my common-law spouse. The photo below shows however nothing of the above. It was taken outside the aquarium and shows the island Saltholm with Sweden and Malmoe in the back ground. The Turning Torso is visible in the lower right corner.
The common opinion is that Scania is one of the flattest parts of Sweden. It’s probably true but I know there to be places that are quite the opposite. Take my hometown of Lund for example. Did you know that, between its lowest point at Klostergården to its highest point at Norra Fäladen, Lund is the town with the biggest difference of height in all of Sweden?
Well, enough talk about the “mountains” of Scania. The photo below shows the stereotype picture of Scania: a flat landscape that just seems to go on until it disappears in the horizon. Mostly it shows power lines though;).