Monday, 16 June 2014

Windows on Stockholm





The window in our hotel room.


Shutters like wings.


The tiny 1930s allotment hut transported to Skansen
the outdoor museum of buildings taken from all over Sweden and rebuilt.


Gamla Stan the oldest (and most touristy) part of the city.


Gamla Stan opposite the Nobel Museum
where I was just in time to hear a flash mob singing and then
melting away into the crowd.
Here is my shaky rendition of their shaky rendition.









Stadsbiblioteket.
I wished I had my own library ticket.





More of this later.


Moderna Museet.


The Matisse that didn't get here
next to a Sandy Calder mobile.

7 comments:

  1. We must get there. It looks very wonderful.

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  2. Windows into another world. Like how you've presented them.

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  3. Okay, so I'll be heading out to Stockholm soon...

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  4. What a lovely selection of windows - and I adore the allotment hut - I want one.

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  5. I lived in Sweden for a while, in Småland but I haven't been to Stockholm, it looks rather lovely.

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