It’s not a secret that I like windmills, so I decided to repost some of my photos , digitally altered this time. All of them located in the southernost part of Sweden; in my home region of Skåne (Scania).
Fields of flowers on the Söderslätt plains, Kyrkoköpinge, Trelleborg, Sweden.
Smygehuk is a harbour and fishing village near Trelleborg in Skåne, Sweden. It’s most known for being the southernmost point of Sweden and the Scandinavian Peninsula (55° 20′ N).
Köpmansmagasinet (the 19th century warehouse)
During the Napoleonic wars, Köpmansmagasinet is said to have acted as a reloading site for smuggled goods. Today, the building houses a tourist office and art and handicraft exhibitions. Art installations are displayed outside the warehouse, which also hosts music and theatre performances. The most southerly traditional music festival in Sweden is held here each summer.
Summer’s here and that means bicycling time. Last year I discovered the joy of countryside cycling and I’ve been eager to take it up again – besides a healthy dose of fresh air and excercise it also provide great photo oportunities.