18km south of Varnamo, Sweden there’s a rune stone

The last 4 days of this visit have seen the most number of miles travelled. From Borlange in the north east down to Varnamo in the south west and then back up to Gothenburg for the flight home to Manchester. So here’s the last set of photographs from these few days. There will be some black and white and colour shots of the same. I’m undecided which is best, feel free to comment and let me know what you think. There are also some shots of the same place taken 24 hours apart. What a difference a day makes.

Thanks for taking a look.
Geoff.

This is lake Flåren. The next five photo’s were taken at about 7pm. There was a storm approaching, light was fading fast and more importantly we hadn’t eaten yet. So it was back to the hotel and straight in to another storm which was in the opposite direction to that in the photo.

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Twenty three hours later and here”s lake Flåren again. Brighter, calmer  and altogether warmer.

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And lastly here’s that Runestone – about 1000 years old.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Runestone

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