12 September 2012

Lund, part one




I thought that it would be interesting to look at the city I've lived in for 20 years like a tourist. I went into the heart of Lund (it's located in south of Sweden) with my pocket camera (Canon S90) and started noticing things I've never paid too much attention to before. It was surprisingly fun. Appreciating what's been in front of me the whole time in a new way!
Here's the first sneak peak, more photos will come :)

14 comments:

  1. These pictures are just too cute. You live in a lovely place!

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  2. beautiful city to live in!
    it is like coming out of a children's book!

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  3. Wow, the town you live in is very beautiful ~ I love the houses and cobbled streets.

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  4. Those are some beautiful little houses in the second-last photo. And the little cat is funny, when I went to Warsaw there were similar ones.
    I'm glad that you're posting some more drawings again too, I love them and how cozy they always are x

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  5. Yay, I'm so happy you liked seeing a piece of my hometown! Thank you for the lovely feedback girls :)

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  6. Wow! that's such a beautiful city! it looks so dreamy and peaceful!

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  7. I was there! I was there! I was there! exactly one month ago, on 12th of August, in my 20th birthday :) It's pretty magical, that you've posted this today :) And it's a shame that I didn't knew that you lived there, therefore I could ask you for some tips about what it's most worth to see :) hope I'll go to Lund one day again :)
    best wishes from Poland! :)

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    1. How fun Karolina! Who knew I had foreign followers strutting around Lund :)

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  8. I adore that cat photo. Lund looks lovely!

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  9. are you satisfied with this camera? is it good?

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    1. Yeah it's great as a pocket camera! The new one S100 has even got aperture 2.0 and is really good for shooting in dark environments...also you can shoot in RAW which is crucial for me.

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  10. Uli, love how you capture the tidbits that are truly special. This town reminds me of the town where my son's in laws live in Dahlein, Austria. The town homes are close together to allow for the maximum amount of field space without interruptions of homes. Looking forward to more pictures. Thank you!

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  11. Jag kommer ihåg första gången jag såg den katten. It truly was a "WOW" moment i will remember for life.

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