The postcard this week is from 2010 and the picture shows one of the train perrons at Malmö Centralstation in snow before Christmas 2010.
Malmö Centralstation was built in the steampunk era in 1856. This picture is from an early morning in 2010 when station was renovated and adapted to the underground tunnel Citytunneln.
The picture has been published before in 2012 on my main blog From My Horizon.
I was guided on a memorable trip to Korankei valley in eastern Japan in the autumn of 2013. The valley is famous for its beautiful colors during the autumn. The center and origin of the beautiful seasonal colors is the existence of a zen temple built in 1427. The monks planted trees around the temple with beautiful seasonal colors. There are also market stalls in the autumn by the bridge and the trees and the river are illuminated in the evening. We were there in the beginning of November and the colors were not at their maximum yet but it was still a wonderful place to visit. This little road in Korankei valley leads upward to a little temple.
When I arrived to Japan in the beginning of November 2013 to visit my son that lived there at the time the captain told us that Mount Fuji could be seen in the morning light from the plane I managed to snap a few quick shots before I had to put the camera down as we were coming in for landing at Nagoya.