This picture is taken at the end of the 20th century or the beginning of the 21st century with an Olympus camera. It is a small lighthouse on Lernacken, where now the Öresund bridge begins in Sweden, and a fort from the second world war that was used to guard the beaches.
The postcard this week features the castle mill – Slottsmöllan – in Malmö. The mill was built in 1851. The picture was originally published on Weekly Weather in July 2017.
The postcard this week is from an early morning at the beginning of 2016 and the picture shows the the western harbour seen from the other side of Universitetsbron in Malmö harbour. The picture has been publish on My Horizon before as Harmony in Blue.
The postcard this week is a memory of a winter in 2008 and is taken with an analog camera. I think it is the Minolta APS camera I bought in 2003. The film was scanned by the photoshop as they developed and printed the film. It is taken just outside Malmö at Klagshamn walking through the woods along the beach.
This is a memory from the winter of 2014. Mercifully we don´t usually get many days of snow every year so most of the winter the ground is mostly bare. Snow usually disappears after a few days. Scania, the most southern county of Sweden, that once belonged to Denmark usually only have circa five days a year with snow winter is usually a grey affair. As snow usually is so rare, the children go out with their toboggans as soon as the snow starts and use their sleds until the very minute the snow has returned to water.
The picture is taken on the boulevard Kungsgatan in Malmö, Sweden.
A thin coat of snow on a suburban street in Limhamn, Malmö, Sweden.