Four days, 1600 km and over 400 pictures later, it became a mix of Stryn, Geiranger, Molde, Bud, Atlanterhavsveien, Kristiansund, Åndalsnes, Trollstigen, Bjørli, Dombås, sun, rain and more than 50-60 km of tunnels.
The railway station in Kil, Värmland is probably one of the most boring railway stations in this country. When I travel back home to my parents a couple of times a year, I usually have to make a short stop at this station. It looks exactly the same every time I get there and the freight trains with the graffiti paintings is there every single time. But it sure does looks good in black and white.
The Red Snake. I don’t know if I can do a better translation than that. It’s a red bridge here in Gothenburg that we call Röda ormen (The Red Snake). Maybe because of the design and looks of it.
I was sitting on the tram on my way to work one morning when I saw this view.
Visited a vernissage for a couple of minutes a couple of days ago where I found this picture on a wall.
There are a lot of art and sculptures in Gothenburg. Some are good and others are simply strange, like this one that you can find in Eriksberg. A famous artist made this, don’t ask me what it should represent.
Haga is the oldest area in Gothenburg which has lots of coffee shops and small boutiques. You really need to visit this area if you’re going to Gothenburg. Took this picture a couple of days ago when I was walking around the area.