Beach & Countryside

July 15, 2010

Linda and I have been back home from our visit to Sweden for almost three weeks now. Things have settled back into their normal routine; or at least as much as they can during a month where the temperature in the morning at ten o’clock is 100 and keeps rising and rising until it hits 110+ around seven o’clock in the evening. I have just this one last set of pictures I wanted to share from our trip before I get back to writing and posting pictures about “normal” life.

This set is one that I like especially. They tells a story about the landscape. I am anxious to see what folks from the area think. Do my pictures match how you see the place where you live? I also think these pictures tell a story. In fact, I’m not going to tell the story in words. I’m going to just lay them out here and let you enjoy them without me interrupting. See if you can “read” the story these pictures are trying to tell you and comment below.

I appreciate all of you who dropped by to read this series. I am already looking forward to out next trip to Sweden. It may not be next summer but the next time we’re out there it will definitely (if I have anything to say about it) be summer!

Happy Thursday!

P.S. Check out the set on Flickr here > http://www.flickr.com/photos/owenwbrown/sets/72157624371811827/

I mentioned in my last past that the ladies, Linda and Johanna, where doing hair and makeup (downtown Malmo) for Andreas and Johanna’s wedding later that afternoon. That gave Rickard and me some time to tour downtown. I’ll have more on the wedding later; however, in the process of putting together their wedding slideshow I had the opportunity to experiment with some new software, and in so doing, decided put this little slideshow together for you. Enjoy!

Happy Wednesday!