A cold wind blows snow across Drottningtorget, with the Central station building behind and Slussgatan passing over the canal in the middle ground. After weeks of rain and wind the thermometer is finally showing sub-zero temperatures and we have a bitter snow, but at least it brightens things up. … Continue readingSnow across Drottningtorget
The tower of Annedalskyrkan framed by a the branch of a winter-bare tree – photo taken from Slotskogen. Annedalskyrkan is working church but also a musical venue with good accoustics – well-worth a visit if there’s a concert on. Somewhat disturbingly the only other photo I have on this site to point you to is Grotesque the Snowman. … Continue readingAnnedalskyrkan framed
Metal sheet iron sculpture with the words “Has anyone asked for me?” cut through it, lying on the ground outside one of the wings of the Konstepidemi (Art Epidemic) artists’ collective. I was asking, but no one was home.
Our local paper (Göteborgs-Posten) had led me to believe there was an open day at the Konstepidemin, but they were wrong and the place was largely deserted. … Continue readingHas anyone asked for me?
January, I’m told, is not a particularly good month for hairdressers. We all got haircuts for Christmas and New Year and after have less interest in – and probably less money to spend on – our crowning glories. But there’s clearly still some work – on Linnegatan. … Continue readingAt the hairdresser’s