At least, it’s A lion in winter. This lion is standing outside the main administrative building of Gothenburg University. Usually he looks nobel and imposing, but now he’s a bit silly under this cap of snow. … Continue readingThe lion in winter
Suddenly I caught sight of this umbrella, tucked away behind a drainpipe on Bellmansgatan. Is it an umbrella cache for a rainy day?
(This photo is especially for Naomi who wonders why Swedes don’t use umbrellas in the snow.)
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This map of Old Gothenburg can be found on a low pedestal in Gustof Adolf’s Square – it shows the outline of the original fortified city with roads, canals, walls and bastions. … Continue readingOld Gothenburg under snow
This sculpture of a woman and child huddled together under a blanket of snow is at the foot of the Wallenberg monument (so this is a pendant to yesterday’s photo). The sculptor – of the whole monument – is Charlotte Gyllenhammarand the monment was set up in 2007. … Continue readingUnder a blanket of snow