This is yesterday’s make-up, not today’s – but didn’t have time yesterday to show you before I left the house. Went to a birthday party and got to hear my make-up was fab; “It looks like the rainbow flag!”, one even said. So what can I say? I guess it looks just ab-fab!
Today we got sunny and 25 degrees, so we went out for a walk in the woods and stumbled upon the lovely nature that we always seem to forget about. The woods are only 5 mins from our house, so I wanna show you some of the nature I live close to. There is nothing like living close to this. And also you have Stockholm C just 30 mins away by train. So nature chic and city slicker at the same time!
Into the woods
Ferns surrounded by Stinging Nettles
Dandelion, and ant
On his way
Strange forest flower
Lily of the Valley
Wild strawberry flower
Forest girl 😉
Lingon Berry Flower
Climbing the giant stone
Church of Adolf Fredrik
Olof Palme’s tomb
Olof Palme’s autograph on the tomb stone
Prime minister Hjalmar Branting’s tomb
Some old monument
Image of Decartes. He was buried here in this church before they moved his remains back to France
How beautiful this art!
Light a candle…
…and so I lit three of them
Altar image made by Johan Tobias Sergel, Jesu resurrection
Interior and Andreas
Old treasure chest? 😉
This Sunday me and my fiancé went to Stockholm C for some photographing and shopping. Andreas bought himself a new camera last week, so he felt the urge of getting out taking some photos. Well, me too! Especially since we visited a church and some lovely gardens.
First of all we went church spotting again. This time we went to Adolf Fredrik Church located in the city, beside Sveavägen. The church was built 1768 – 1774 and replaced a wooden chapel that was standing on that ground before.
There are some famous persons buried here on the church grounds. Prime minister Olof Palme, who was assassinated in 1986 has his tomb here, also the prime minister and founder of the Swedish Social Democratic Party, Hjalmar Branting. Two very prominent persons in Sweden, be sure you read about them. Very interesting indeed.
Just looked through some photos from last year and stumbled over these from October 2012, when me and my fiancé went up the sky with The Ericsson Globe Skyview. 130 m above sea level. Scary, but what a view! 🙂
Read more about Skyview here!