Photographer's Note

After posting 36 photos (and a number of workshops) from West Africa I will catch my breath at home in Stockholm for a short while. My time machine needs a thorough check-up before I can take it for another ride.

Unfortunately I have not gone for as many photo walks as usual this summer, because of the safety measures required by the Covid problems. I still feel uncomfortable in the streets when I have to keep a constant watch over other persons to avoid coming too close to them.

But a few weeks ago I was walking in a relatively safe area when I heard the noise of garden machines from inside a small park. A number of brightly dressed men were trimming hedges and bushes, and the view from the park made it necessary to snap a few photos.

This was taken on the northern side of Södermalm island in Stockholm looking towards Riddarholmen (Knight's Islet) and the central areas. The church is the medieval Riddarholmskyrkan, formerly used as the royal burial church.

I was happy to be able to include those typical Swedish red wooden fences in the foreground.

A colleague of theirs can be seen in the WS.

I can't give you the exact map coordinates for these photos because the yellow Google man didn't come to this park. The Map: view will take you to a popular footpath just below the wire mesh. Among the visitors I have taken there are famous TE members Malgo and Kasia. Piotr was there too, but without me.

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Additional Photos by Gert Holmertz (holmertz) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 10969 W: 536 N: 21259] (92890)
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