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2007-09-17

fiddling on the roof ?

I would not recommend it. Being on this height you'd better keep concentrated on where to set your foot next time. Fiddling will have to come second. On the other hand, the view in itself is so astounding so you might forget anyhow to watch your step. Lucky that you're attached to a safety rope. This is like something out of Disney's Aristocats, the scene where they've just arrived at the rooftop and are watching ScatCat, the difference being that it is Stockholm, not Paris, and daytime, not night...
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Lite osäkert är det på taket. Jag inbillar mig att jag har fått in Danviks-klippan i bakgrunden men har rätt svårt att bestämma vad resten kan vara.

7 comments:

lena said...

Have you heard abour Nils Karlsson Pyssling? A man in his best years, like you, I suppose. Doing odd things and not afraid of speed and hights.
Did you see him flying there over Stockholm?

Coltrane_lives said...

Great shot. It does remind me of a fiddler on the roof. Humorous and appreciated as always. Be safe and watch that your camera doesn't take you to places you might fall from. Those cameras can be daring creatures you know! :-)

Bernt Seipl said...

lena: I think I might have seen him, but just barely :-)

coltrane: I know how daring they are. They lead me on all sorts of strange adventures. Not all of them are safe......

Stefan Jansson said...

Vilken utsikt! Och en mycket bra bild.

lena said...

Well, Bernt.
Today "Karlsson på taket" came flying to me and said he is the man flying over the roofs of Stockholm, not Nils Karlsson Pyssling.
How could I mix the two figures?
I feel ashamed.

Bernt Seipl said...

Lena, they guy didn't present himself, but now that you mention it, it must have been "Karlsson på taket" and not N K Pyssling ;-)

lena said...

Junibacken and the train there is something for you, Bernt.
You will go over roofs...
Have you been there yet?

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