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night geometry

Lines, shapes and angles at Östra Ryd in Österåker. This church was built in the 14th century. See more?

Östra Ryds kyrka, Österåker (map) 30 May 2010


Luis Gomez said...

What a gorgeous shot!

Lena Johansson said...

Fantastic colours and angels!
Good, Per!

VP said...

One of your best images, I like the colors, the lines and the perfect framing.

JM said...

What a contrast to the previous b&w photo! Both are wonderful.

Per Stromsjo said...

My first visit to Östra Ryd coincided with a relentless rain. As you can tell, the second visit was a different ball game.

Luis Gomez: I used to be brave with these tilted photos. Maybe a good habit to rediscover.

Lena Johansson: Thanks Lena. Do stop by the church if and when you find an opportunity.

VP: Gee, thanks.

JM: Even blog readers deserve a balanced diet! :)

As always, good to have you all contemplating lines and shapes with us.

Jacob said...

A work of art, Per! Geometry must have been simple for you to learn in school! Incredible colors, too!

Re outdoor malls: More and more of these are being built in Florida (mainly because they're cheaper!) but I think they're stupid. They're very hot in the summertime and we do get relatively cold (sometimes the temps are in the 40s and 50s in the daytime (Fahrenheit)) in the wintertime.

arabesque said...

that's quite old for a church, historic it is,
i hope i can take a peek inside. ^0^

gr8 colors and nice take!

Per Stromsjo said...

Seven centuries is a long time and yet we have scores of equally old churches in Stockholm County.

Jacob: Many thanks. I was never good at geometry...

arabesque: There are lots of historic treasures inside. One day I'd want to see them too.

Always good to have you visiting.

Tinsie said...

I like the angles and shapes in this photo. And the sky too - totally fab!

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