Category Archives: Reflections

Photographs of all sorts of reflections

Up and down branches

Up and down branches

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Up and down branches reflected in one of the distorting mirrors in Trädgårdsföreningen park.
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Ullevi globe

Ullevi globe

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The polished, dimpled steel globe outside the main entrance to the Ullevi sports stadium. At the further end of the street is the statue to Ingo the Champ.
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Gothenburg scenes

Gothenburg scene

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From the November archives – two typical Gothenburg scenes.
Above: A blue tram passing by in the street, viewed through a rain spotted window.
Below: A blue bus and headlights reflected from a wet street.

Another Gothenburg scene

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Nearly bare

Nearly bare reflections

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Trees in the Trädgårdsföreningen Park, nearly bare of their leaves, reflected in Vallgraven, the moat around the old city walls.
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Phrenology

Phrenology

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A model head showing the areas where bumps on the skull indicate specific abilities according to the pseudo-science of phrenology. Photo taken in the Red Room of the Ölrepubliken pub on the corner of Kronhusgatan and Smedjegatan.

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Universeum reflections

Universal reflections

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The side of Gothenburg’s Universeum reflected in the pond outside. The floating objects in the water are not junk – though perhaps that is a matter of opinion. They appear to be plastic ducks, mostly floating upside down. See below.

Universal toys

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Plastic ducks

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The sky in the round window

The sky in the round window

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The sky reflected in the round window over the entrance to Glöstoprskyran at Tuve Centrum.

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