The church of Saint Olof also known as Skanör church was built in the 13th century. One of many churches in the region built in the same era.
Back to Scandinavia, this is the 4500 year old King’s Dolmen, in Västra Torp, Skåne, Sweden.
February will be the month of my self-imposed computer embargo, so I have but on more day to post.
Instead of spamming this blog with catphotos, I’ve decided to make a separate blog for my LaPerm-photos. If you like cats in general and the fantastic LaPerm breed in particular , feel free to visit LaPermcats.wordpress.com
Erkedösen also known as Erkes Dös, or Erkes Dolmen is a passage grave dating from the Middle Neolithic era. It is set on a mound 1.5 meters high and 17 meters wide.
So I set out to shoot a couple of spring-themed photos for our local photoclub. The format of the photos were pre-set to 2×5 (20×50 cm) and it was somewhat of a challenge to compose for said format. Cold, rainy and muddy – but I was prepared
While out to shoot the church in Hammarlöv, two men were working in a garage just across the church. I started to talk to them and naturally I took a couple of photos.