Im trying to never leave home without my camera, actually always have it on as well.. you never know what happens that need to be captured for the future. In this case I was happy that I didn’t need to steer the car as well, that had probably been to much for me.. Many thanks to Air France for showing up in time for the picture… next time i want the A380 to be in focus instead!
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Another sundown from my hometown Stockholm, the building is”Stadshuset” or in English, “The City Hall”..
The Swedish part of Esso started already back in 1896 but hasn’t been in Sweden for many years, they where actually bought by a Norwegian company called Statoil whish is (was) big in northern Europe for a couple of years. But Statoil is now sold as well… to a Canadian company, but the name Statoil still remains.
What happened with Esso in Greece I don’t know, but the petrol station on the picture was closed (I assume), and it looked liked it had been for a long time.
Went to Greece, or to be more exact to Crete this summer with my camera and my girlfriend.. We rented a car and just drove without any specific target in mind, just wanted to see the country side and not only the beaches.. And suddenly we found this nice (I suppose) old village. Mm yea, I have done some minor tweaks of the photo in snapseed
This is the “L’ ancien pont de Poissy” or the old bridge in Poissy as they say over there. The bridge or what´s left of it is around 1000 years old. This bridge was important during the WW2 and sadly enough it was destroyed sometime back in 1944.
…you might have seen this little thingy before. Most of the times the photos of the mighty Eiffel tower are taken from a distance to get the whole tower in one shot, so here are two one´s taken in a slightly different angel then..