Karljohansvamp (Boletus edulis) or in English cep, penny bun, porcino or porcini. Introduced to the Swedish cuisine by the, from France, imported king, Karl […]
Archive for ‘History’
Writing inspired by history.
Hello my friends, I’m the friendly grey tractor. A bit ruffed up and corrosion in my paint but still going […]
Vintage tractors ploughing in the autumn sun. Be a cultivated cultivator, ha de Gött!
In mid 1800 Carlsten was considered the strongest fortress in Europe. Placed on the island Marstrand rock 39 meters over […]
New and Old
The new Svinesund bridge over Idefjorden that marks the border between Sweden and Norway. Since Norway is not part of […]
Late night sea traffic around Ramskär lighthouse. The 16 meter high lighthouse was built in 1917 with great difficulty on […]
If there is one single thing that special Swedish it’s probably the Midsummer celebration. It’s always the first Friday after […]
In Upperud there are two locks with a difference in altitude of five meters. This is part of Dalslands Kanal, […]
On the fortress walls of Fredriksten Festning. Two cannons, tools of war. Protection or assault at the whim of a […]
A windswept Klädesholmen in the distance. As many of the small island villages it is today mainly summer houses. It […]