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The train is arriving at Old Town subway station so I can take a photo of it. It's sometimes difficult to chose what photo to publish, but I think I made the right choice. This photo can serve as an illustration that sometimes you have to wait for the right moment to arrive.
So I'm sitting at home minding my own business when suddenly there's some terrible noise outside my window. When I look out I see this ambulance helicopter just outside my apartment (notice the street lights in the foreground, photo taken from second floor).
They were hovering over the canal for at least 15 to 20 minutes looking for something. In all I saw two helicopters, a couple of boats and a number of fire engines and rescue vans.
The sad story is that someone was reported to have jumped off the Liljeholmsbron. Unfortunately - I guess - the didn't find anything.
Our little cruise takes us around the island of Djurgården. There is a path along the shore with seats for people to take a rest. At the top of the thickly wooded hillside stands an old building which is part of the Skansen, the world's oldest open air museum.
The museum website has an interactive map and I rather think the old building is the Vastveit-Loftet, a storehouse.
This is a very popular restaurant on Djurgården (animals garden), the surroundings are nice and the food is good. It's very crowded most of the time. The scene is cought from the Segway ride I was on, a while ago. Let me tell you, it's a totally new experience to take a picture from one of those. A bit unsteady, you could say. A little bit like flying a helicopter perhaps and trying to hover.
Heading home from a couple of beers yesterday. Nice evening light here at the stairs from Hornsgatan down towards Riddarfjärden in the southern parts of town. At the end of the steps lay the Red Boat Mälaren. The photo was taken just a few blocks away from where Michael captured his "looking down on Downtown".
Seeking contact via a cell-phone? She's not aware of me taking a picture, and why would she be? Her thoughts are very much elsewhere. Who's she talking to? Why is she sitting on the windowsill? Bad connection? Whatever the reason, she's the little extra ingredient in this pic. Thanks. This was taken close to Karlavägen but I don't really remember the exact location.
A street light over Hornsgatan with a bunch red balls attached to it. I think it's a wee bit early for Christmas decorations, but it works as a festive homage to City Daily Photo Blog theme day for September: "Street lights and signs".