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what a great picture and nice interpretation of the theme!
where is that place? in sweden?
The “unique” house at the back of the image is Stockholm Concert Hall. It is actually a very unique building, but in this image the uniqueness is of a quite different character…. 😉
Thank you very much Evelyn!
Ahhh, I was wondering what was unique!
Splendidly unique! Have a great weekend Marie!
Thank you very much Jana!
Have a great weekend you too! 🙂
It is really cool!!! It looks like somewhere in the old Soviet Union? But I think I see at least one Volvo…So…May be you took the pic in the 60´s?
Haha!! No, it is in Stockholm 1989. In the late 60’s I’ve got my very first camera, a Kodak Instamatic 100, and was photographing my Barbie dolls…..
And you know what, the Volvo’s are still around….. 😉
Thank you very much for your comment, and have a wonderful weekend!
A very well documented part of Stockholm 🙂 but I like this very much. I’m not sure I have seen the buildings composed like this. Like it very much! Great one Marie! 🙂
Thank you very much Thomas!
Tusen tack!! 🙂
Excellent shot, Marie, and such a good take on the theme! How much more interesting are older buildings compared to the glass monoliths we build in modern times.
Thank you very much, I’m glad you like it. 🙂
I love how the buildings are reaching, seemingly ever, upwards whilst the cars are cutting across their ambition. Beautiful.
Thank you! 🙂
Very, very nice, i like it!
Thank you! 🙂
Great shot Marie!
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