The postcard this week comes from the fabled photo spot on Hadrian´s wall, the Sycamore Gap at Steel Rigg in Nortumbria in England where a film starring Kevin Costner has been filmed. The wall was built by the Romans in the second decade AC. The picture is taken april 2017.
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 Kastrup, the railway station that serves the airport in Copenhagen waiting for a train to Malmö on my way home from England and a visit to one of my children.
When I came to Stansted for the first time it felt quite surrealistic in the little automatic train between the gates and the main building hearing the announcements in several languages of the world. Here the little train is nearing the station for the gates.
The postcard this week comes from King´s Cross station in London in 2014. The picture has been published before on From My Horizon in 2014.
I´m very sorry to see the end of the Weekly Photography Challenge on WordPress. I have shared pictures most weeks since October 2012 on my blogs, mostly on From My horizon where I shared a post on the theme Mine in October 2012.
Raindrops on the car window on the road between Borås and Varberg in Sweden. The picture has been published before on From My Horizon and is taken in 2015. I share this post with The Daily Post´s weekly Photography Challenge: Liquid.