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Vallentuna offers a cultural landscape, rich in history and known to have been populated during the Bronze Age. Here's a grave lantern by Vallentuna Church.

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Jacob said...

Well, that certainly got my attention. I thought it was a bottle of perfume. But it's a grave lantern...oh boy!

Nice photo!

m_m said...

Nice! Very interesting capture!

cieldequimper said...

Lovely composition of the photo!

Per Stromsjo said...

It was about time I showed you the exterior of the church itself.

Jacob: There's so much diversity here. Traditional tombstones side by side with different, very personal tributes to those gone before us.

m_m: Thanks. It's a beautiful lantern, isn't it?

cieldequimper: Maybe a bit overloaded with intentions but I like it. Spontaneity works best they say and - well - this was as far from spontaneous as it ever gets.

Thanks all for commenting.

Lena Johansson said...

Vackra, milda färger.
Stort och smått blir lika.

JM said...

A grave lantern?! How cool!
Wonderful composition!

Anonymous said...

this is a great shot!! Love the grave lantern, wonderful detail. Goddag

humanobserver said...

Lovely angle. That lantern looks beautful.

Tinsie said...

Nice shot. Me likey.

Didn't know there was such a thing as a grave lantern.

Per Stromsjo said...

There is a runestone here as well, next week we'll take a closer look.

Lena Johansson: Till och med väldigt smått, faktiskt. Det är en näpen liten lykta.

JM: Thanks, it's a wonderful place.

Carrie Hayes: Goddag (or rather godafton at this hour) - glad you like it too.

humanobserver: I would love to see it lit at night.

Tinsie: Oh yes, usually they're larger though.

Thanks all for commenting.

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