Me and a sporty French car on a field outside of Uppsala.
This is a line for hanging lost gloves and such in Uppsala’s English garden. While I was taking the picture a lady took time out of her day to stay and point out to me what an eyesore the arrangement is.
Portrait with Uppsala's grand university library, taken with a make-shift tilt-shift lens, made from a regular 50 mm lens and som bicycle inner-tube.
Hällingsåfallet is a waterfall in northern Jämtland, falling into a canyon, probably formed by the end of the last ice age.
By a lake in Jämtland, while waiting for a fish to bite. Made with two stacked 50 mm lenses
The 15th century church of Ragunda parish, Jämtland, through an aperture in its bell tower.
Man and flower in the Uppsala botanical garden.
Jackdaws flocking over Uppsala.
The bumblebees favour these blue flowers in Uppsala's Botanical Garden.
My friend Zrajm wants to sell you his pocket dictionary of Klingon. Clearly a must have for anyone with too much time on their hands.