Category Archives: May
In the new wing of the city library, author Hans Hirschi reading from his book Jonathan’s Hope during the on-going West Pride festival in Gothenburg. Hans is also the current chair of the Swedish association of independent and self-publishing authors – Egenutgivarna.
Two ages of Gothenburg, both now historical: in the background the crossbeam of the now disused Eriksberg traverse crane that straddles the Eriksberg shipbuilding basin, now a marina; and in the foreground the stone that marks the site of the alter of the first church of Karl IX’s Göteborg. Photo taken in Färjenäs park.
Newly woven cheerful trasmatta (Swedish rag rug), hanging for display in the sun, the shadow of some leaves falling across it (hence “shadow rug”). Photos taken on Sunday at Avtryck arts and crafts market at Färjenäs. See also from yesterday and Monday.
White lilac frames a private house on a hill at Färjenäs. The lilacs blossomed early this year and caught me out. Now when I took my camera on a lilac hunt so many were blown, but here in the shadow of Älvsborgsbron I found a few still pristine.
Photos taken on Sunday at Avtryck: an arts and crafts market that took place at Färjenäs over the weekend. Here is a link to a webpage announcing the fair.
Below: In and through one window.
Above: More of the arts and crafts fair.
Below: Reflexions in a window and a mirror.