Stockholm, May 21st

The weather in Stockholm is finally shaping up, so I decided to bring my camera on a recent walk though the city. Since I am quite sure that this will not be the last photowalk though the city, this page will serve as a collection place for future walks this year as well. Let’s get started!

The walk started close to Kungsträdgården, but swiftly continued on to Skeppsholmen, a small island quite literally in the middle of the city. Right when you get on to the island after crossing a wooden bridge, you are presented with a ship called af Chapman, currently being used as a youth hostel.

The sun was setting, so I continued onwards towards Södermalm, and up to an elevated path where I could see the whole north part of the city.

When the sun had set, I walked back into the city, towards town hall, and this beautiful bridge is lit from below, creating a cozy atmosphere.

Continuing on to town hall, I was happy to realize that the garden behind the majestic building was open for the public even during the evening. There weren’t a lot of people there, which made for some interesting photos. This is one from the archway into the main courtyard.

That concludes a three-hour walk which started out very warm and sunny, but ended up dark and quite chilly.

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