Here he's fixing the asphalt for the new tramline City.
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Two kayaks as seen from above, from the Tranebergsbron bridge.
Kayak, or canoe, paddling is a popular pastime and training on the Stockholm water ways. The kayak was invented and first used by the native Ainu, Aleut and Eskimo hunters in sub-Arctic regions of northeastern Asia, North America and Greenland.
Tranebergsbron (map) 21 July 2010
Not the first chimney you would think of in the song from Mary Poppins, but nevertheless it is one. As you may have guessed already, it's on a boat. One of those going out into Lake Mälaren actually.
Some people just have it in them. Like here, parking her bicycle wall to wall outside the office of Wall to wall Arkitektur&Form AB where it explicitly says no bicycles - three signs in the window. You can only put on a big smile!
Döbelnsgatan (map) 20 July 2010
Wikipedia: "When the ball leaves the side of the field, a lineout is awarded against the team which last touched the ball. A number of players from both teams line up, at least 5m from the sideline, and the ball is thrown in by the hooker."
A game of rugby at Årstafältet. Attila RG (the oldest rugby club in Sweden - founded in 1949) is playing Hammarby.
Årstafältet (map) 4 July 2010