THE ANNEX BLOG – SMILE OF A MIDSUMMER NIGHT – A PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY THROUGH SWEDEN – 30.3.15
Discover the Sweden of Lars Gustafsson and Agneta Blomqvist in 14 photos, from snow-white Lapland down to the coast of Bohuslän and it’s unmistakable monochrome houses. The journey continues in Smile of a Midsummer Night.
Fårjaglov, (‘Shallwedance’) an art installation by Malmö-based artist Peter Johansson, in Karlskrona, a World-Heritage site built on an archipelago.
Malmö’s Turning Torso tower, Scandinavia’s tallest tower at 190m.
A canal in Västerås, a city whose marshes and forest the authors remember fondly.
A lighthouse and dwellings in Havstenssund – what might life on a fjord be like?
The Oljeön oil refinery in Ängelsberg, built in 1875
The famous maypole and equally famous midsummer night sun
The Klockstapeln wooden church of Jönköping
An ice-hike on Lake Mälaren
The Hunneberg region, famous for its elk hunt
Gamla stan, Stockholm’s old town.
Chainsaw marks can still be seen 40 years after the Battle of the Elms took place in Stockholm’s Kungsträdgården