I was digging deep into my archives today, after I found a photo print from Mai 2005 on our desktop. It was on the pinboard for years, which now has some more order. So why not to show it here!

The photo shows the Anglican church in Stockholm, a beautiful church in an interesting neo-gothic style in the diplomatic quarter of Sweden’s capital. It is quite different from the churches usually built in the coutries around the western Baltic Sea. The most interesting part for me is the roof, which is made of the same stones as the walls and not of copper or tiles.

Photo data: Canon Powershot A60, zoom at the wide angle end, f3.2, 1/1000 second.

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