This one from yesterday turned out too blurry for comfort, and no amount of sharpening helped.
I liked the wings though, so instead of throwing it away I tried to recycle it (or is that upcycle?) by adding textures and messing around with it.
This was impossible not to notice.
This a walking tunnel, or whatever it´s called in English, for walking under highways or streets.
They are usually decorated by kids. This one led to the monument.
Another thing on a wall at Skissernas Museum.
This sculpture is by Carl Fredrik Reuterswärd. It´s called Non-Violence. It´s outside Skissernas Museum.
He made the original sketch for it out of sadness when John Lennon was killed.
Walked past a pile of junk that someone had sat fire to. Here are three of the pictures I took.
It intrigued me, and not in a pyromaniac kind of way, it was the colors and composition.
I don´t know how to do this, but I want to draw your attention to this guy.
I don´t usually do this, never have before, and don´t really know how to, this is my 3rd try.
He cracks me up, and I think is kind of genious.
You probably have to be older than a teenager to appreciate the songs, but anyway.
Reflections in a pond at Kulturen. I like taking photos of things like this more than regular buildings and things.
Someone wrote this under a walking bridge.
“Another world is possible”
I believe so too.
These are a couple of details that caught my eye, one is of things floating around in an old bathtub, and the other is from a wall.
I think the hand and footprints were made by the kids who helped build it.