Dawn over Gothenburg under a crescent moon. Photo taken from Ramberget yesterday morning.
Electricity cupboards are convenient templates for street art – this, recently decorated with window stickers, is just outside my door.
The colours of autumn in the leaves of various trees on an island in one of the Delsjö lakes. This photo was taken exactly one year ago today.
Boxes of Vitamin Well bottled water in stock at the Pressbyrån shop at Korsvägen. It’s a sign we’re getting into winter – the lights in the storeroom are brighter than the daylight outside at about 7.30 in the morning.
The monolith I take to be one of the pylons for the floodlights that will illuminate Häcken Football Club’s new stadium now under construction at Rambergsvallen; the hedge is the little bush in foreground sillhouette in the picture below. At the same time, translate “Häcken” literally to English and you have “The Hedge”.
This tall sculpture – a tall pillar of rock holding an inverted pyramid decorated with blue and gold – is outside the entrance to Burgården school. It was made by Roland Anderson and put up in 1996. The sculpture is called Mut after the godess of Egyptian mythology who was conceived as holding up the heavens.
Early autumn colours – left to right: an oak, an ash and part of a beech tree catch the sun at the end of the carpark at the top of Medicinaregatan.