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2009-01-05

nocturne for hedvig eleonora

Hedvig Eleonora Church by Östermalm Square open for a New Year's Prayer

Hedvig Eleonora kyrka (map) 31 December 2008 | others bloggar

11 comments:

humanobserver said...

gorgeous....

Svenske Floyd said...

Beautiful. With your photographic skill you could do magic with the interior of that church. Go inside another time!

JM said...

This is such a beautiful (and warm) photo! I would never guess how cold it is!... :-)

babooshka said...

The deep blue night sky really complimenets the golden tones.

Corey Templeton said...

lovely shot!

Halcyon said...

I love the lights. It's going to be sad without all the decorations and whatnot. I'm taking my tree down tomorrow. :(

Järnladyn said...

Beautiful shot. It really looks welcoming.

Per Stromsjo said...

The adjacent square isn't much to brag about at the moment with construction work going on. So let's stay with the church.

humanobserver: it was...

Svenske Floyd: Thanks for those words, I'll keep your advice in mind. Meanwhile, let's not forget that fellow team member Stefan has already been inside.

JM: It would be nice with a bit of snow to go with it as well. But cold weather without snow has its advantages as well. Unwelcome visitors in our gardens, such as the slug Arion lusitanicus might not survive.

babooshka: I'm always aiming for that sky. The rest of the photo is just an excuse... ;)

Corey Templeton: Thanks and thanks for stopping by!

Halcyon: There's been a lot more decorations in Stockholm this Christmas but I guess enough is enough. I never have a tree in my home but some people sure do.

Thanks all for commenting, there's more to come from Hedvig Eleonora.

Svenske Floyd said...

Thanks for the hint, Stefan's shot is amazing. I look forward to what more you will post.

mkhansen said...

Magical -- looking forward to more.

Per Stromsjo said...

I wish we could build this way nowadays...

Svenske Floyd: There is always another perspective so doing this as a team feels like a bonus.

mkhansen: Thanks!

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