Photos of Stockholm, Sweden, Area
by Bjorn Rudberg
|A Carpet of Wood Anemones|
|A Path Through a Hazel Grove|
|The Gate to Summer Opened|
|Birch on a Hill|
Wow, Sundays come around so quickly, it seems. Today we have the photos of Bjorn Rudberg to enjoy. Bjorn took them a few weeks ago when he was out walking in an area north of Stockholm. Thanks, Bjorn. Beautiful views!
It was another busy week at Poets United. If you haven't read Sherry's article featuring Grace last Monday, do take a look back. Sumana's Midweek Motif prompt on Wednesday was 'commitment' and produced a lot of interesting poetry. Thursday Rosemary shared a timely poem for I Wish I'd Written This -- Gail Hennessey's "Muhammed Ali - i.m." It is a most enjoyable post, so please scroll back.
Tomorrow Sherry has a wonderful interview with a prolific male Californian. Come back and find out who! For Wednesday Susan's prompt is 'wind power, so we hope to see you then.
With no delay, let's share some poetry. Link your poem below. Stop in with a comment. And visit others who share. Have a good poetic week, all.
Good morning everyone.. I already miss the loveliness of spring now when trees are heavy with leaves. I hope you all have a great Sunday.ReplyDelete
Beautiful pictures.. I think I need to add Stockholm to my bucket list! Greetings all.. looking forward to some lovely poems!ReplyDelete
This was a special moment... Early May is often the most beautiful.Delete
Wonderful photographs, Bjorn. Lovely layers of tones and hues ... beautifully captured. ART!!!ReplyDelete
Nature itself is art...Delete
Thank you for another pantry - and what magical photos Bjorn - i bet there are fairies and elves and wishes in there!ReplyDelete
There were orchids and wild garlic... So faeries are common...Delete
Bjorn, these photos are stunning. How I would love to walk those paths!ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing, and to Mary, a thank you for hosting PP.
In spring the paths are wonderful... Especially in the scent of wild garlic.Delete
Beautiful photos, Bjorn! Here, we are starting to really rug up now.ReplyDelete
Oh I assume your rug is more like our summer... :-)Delete
Hope you're having an amazing day so far :D sharing my poem "Flub." Hope you guys like it. Thank you Mary for opening the doors to yet another gorgeous pantry and Bjorn for the lovely pictures :D
Lots of love,
Its was a lovely day indeed...Delete
Wishing everyone a wonderful Sunday - filled with lovely paths to walk, friendship along the trails, and interesting and inspiring poetry enroute!ReplyDelete
Happy Sunday.., wonderful poetry today,Delete
beautiful nature. gracias for sharing brudbergReplyDelete
such beautiful photos Bjorn...hope to see them some day...hello friends, Happy Sunday to you all :)ReplyDelete
Hello friends..! It's a wonderful Sunday... Happy Sunday to u all! On this beautiful day, I have something to share with you all...my poem- THE COLLISION. Hope you'll enjoy it :)ReplyDelete
Bjorn what a sanctuary in those peaceful scenes....I love wild places and I must say you have some of the loveliest! Thanks for sharing your stunning pictures!ReplyDelete
So I am off to read poems....good Sunday morning everyone!
Good Sunday morning, the caterpillars are still eating away my Plumerias.ReplyDelete
Happy to be here at another poetry pantry roundup
Bjorn, I love, love, love these photos. I could stare at "A Carpet of Wood Anemones" for days!ReplyDelete
Happiest Sunday, everyone!
Good Morning - The pictures are lovely they take my mind to another place of possibility. Bjorn, I would like to ask for permission to use your picture "The Gate to Summer Opened" I feel a poem brewing for the summer solstice celebration.ReplyDelete
Please do use it, just add the credit,Delete
I love the photos!!!ReplyDelete
I am not able to add my name? It says there is an error? http//.Somethingsithinkabout-annell-annell.blogspot.comReplyDelete
Lovely shots, Bjorn!ReplyDelete
What beautiful pictures! Thank you Bjorn. You live in a marvelous place. Mary, thanks to you too for hosting us every Sunday. I know it's a work of love. Hope everyone has a happy week.ReplyDelete
How peaceful it must be, walking in those woods. Very lovely photos. Thank you, Bjorn. I am late to the party, but happily diving in. Just got my computer set up after yesterday in the shop. Very grateful it pulled through its Near Death Experience, LOL.ReplyDelete
I thought of you when sending my pictures to Mary.Delete
These photographs are magical, Bjorn. How wonderful it must be to walk those paths!ReplyDelete
Coming out of low technology and isolation. On a train back to the mountains of NH... I look forward to being part of this community again... SOON!ReplyDelete
Hope you're having a pleasant Sunday. Nice to to be here again. Beautiful pictures. I really liked #2 and #3.ReplyDelete
Wonderful nature! My favorite - The Carpet Of Wood Anemones - sure much much better than red one... Glad to be at Pantry again. Happy Sun-day everyone!ReplyDelete
Yes, almost swallowed 'thank you' , Bjorn! Bliss...Delete
I have been super busy! Not doing that much but yet my life's keeping me from writing and reading this week. I promise I will catch up.ReplyDelete
These photos are gorgeous and you are lucky to live near such nature Bjorn! I could ride my bike on trails like that and get lost forever! (Or until winter and then die of exposure.) Lol!
I know what you mean about missing spring, I've been thinking that myself when biking the Bay Trail. The flowers, buds and freshness it brings is definitely over with. Although summer is nice it's not the same is it?
I am sharing something I wrote for Toads. Just a little light reading. Lol!
I need to read about Grace now I love getting to know everyone this way. Sherry asks the best questions!
Have a great week, love, Bekkie
I'm a bit late once again but Hoping every one is having a great weekend, It is a great day to remember we have our lives once again. Feeling a bit blue with the news coming out of my former home of Florida. Live and Love while you can.ReplyDelete
Hey everyone...don't know if it's allowed here, I have shared another poem of mine, THE NIGHTINGALE GIRL...a fictional narrative poem. Had been great to get all your feedbacks about my work THE COLLISION shared yesterday.. :) Good day!ReplyDelete
Bjorn, thanks for sharing the photos!ReplyDelete
i would like to take my bike for a spin along those trails. :)
btw, is that a bird house on one of the trees in picture #1? an urbanite like me finds it interesting.
Yes it is indeed a birdhouse.. that is probably part of taking care of the wildlife... it's a small reserve after all.Delete