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Kvarsebo Car Ferry

I rode the Kvarsebo Car Ferry twice yesterday.

Ford of the Hind

The dams in River Eskilstunaån at Hyndevad regulate the water level in Lake Hjälmaren. Around 1880 when they were built, and the lake lowered, the river bed was temporarily laid dry. A major prehistoric sacrificial site was discovered, and luckily geologist Otto Gumaelius was there to document it. (He used the finds to date events…

Riverside Walk

A springtime walk along River Nyköpingsån from Täckhammar bridge to Lake Långhalsen. [More blog entries about beavers, photography, rivers; bävrar, foto, floder, Nyköping.]

Landscape Archaeology, Muddy Boots

In front, a boulder upon which I found cupmarks. Behind, a Bronze Age burnt mound consisting of fire-cracked stones. In order to study the landscape situation of something you need to know precisely where it is. This poses a problem when it comes to Bronze Age sacrificial finds, because they are almost never made by…

Scilla siberica

Spring is coming slowly, but it’s finally coming. These squills have been awakened by heat radiating from our house, but still they reach for the sun. In other news, Discover Magazine continues to buy over top Sb bloggers, and I have finally learned the story behind the state of Oklahoma’s weird panhandled outline. Briefly put,…

Been Shoveling Snow

Sunday, 07:53 Sunday, 11:13

Fieldfares

Great flocks of fieldfares (Turdus pilaris, björktrast) are hanging around Boat Hill, feeding off the frozen parkland rowan berries instead of migrating. They’re so ruffled up against the cold that they’re hardly recognisable as the streamlined summer birds we’re used to. Their cousins the blackbirds sit alone like big black apples here and there in…

Rowan Trees

Frost on rowan trees in Fisksätra at sun-up on New Year’s Day. (Note the blackbird.) [More blog entries about photography, trees; foto, träd, nacka.]

Winter Comes to Baggensfjärden

Before lunch yesterday I took a walk and listened to Planetary Radio. And I mused, as so often, that I am very lucky to be living and working on the inner margin of the Stockholm archipelago. The picture below is the view from my office window. (Sorry about the phone camera.)

Sunlight on Frost

[More blog entries about photography, frost; foto, frost.] More pix below the fold!