On my photo walk on Sunday I got lost! So I didn’t get to take as many photos as I wanted and the weather was very dull so the short time I could take photos I could only get a few for Jen’s and my tree project on Thursday. For the project, the ”flat” grey weather worked pretty well though.
I browsed through my folders on my computer and found photos from up to over five years ago. It is fun to look back. Because I can see development! The photos I take now are actually even better than photos I took only a year ago. That makes me so happy to see that I can improve.
I thought I’d show a couple of older photos showing parts of the walk or bike ride to work.
This little red house is situated near the waterline in the little tiny water of Husarviken (couldn’t find an English link but you can see this red house in one of the photos there too 🙂 ). I haven’t been able to walk or cycle that way for several years now. They are building a new large urban area, Norra Djurgårdsstaden, and this pretty sandroad has been cut off because of the construction of this area. I wonder what the road will look like once they are finished and open it up again. I hope they haven’t changed it too much. I loved that little road.
Another part of the walk or bike road to work that I love is the road alongside Lidingöbanan. Especially when you walk down the hill towards the water of Lake Värtan and Lidingöbron – the bridge from Lidingö to Stockholm. You see the bridge here in the background – the photo is taken from the Lidingö side of the bridge so opposite the bridge is Stockholm and Ropsten underground. I also love walking across the bridge. Living near water is essential for me and luckily it is all around me in Stockholm, and of course living on an island! 🙂
This photo is taken at the same time as the one above. I really love this photo – glad I found it again since I had forgotten about it.
But I can really tell I have improved in my photography. Both technically and in ”finding the image” and composing. Hopefully I will continue to improve. Have so much to learn!