Darker

Tuesday started foggy.
Tuesday started foggy.

The weather has been fine last week though it is getting darker day by day. Tuesday morning started foggy but the fog had disappeared in the afternoon.

The birds seems to sleep together on the roof of the town hall and are waking up if I pass by at dawn .

Even in Malmö where I went at the end of the week the trees had started to turn yellow and many flowers have withered and it is autumn there as well.

The pictures are from Borås in western Sweden and from Malmö in southern Sweden .

More pictures on Our World Tuesday and on Skywatch.

The accumulator tank is hidden by the fog.
The accumulator tank is hidden by the fog.
The ackumulaor tank is visible again when I go home in the afternoon.
The ackumulaor tank is visible again when I go home in the afternoon.
Wednesday morning on Allégatan in Borås.
Wednesday morning on Allégatan in Borås.
Birds squawking in the morning waking up on the town hall roof.
Birds squawking in the morning waking up on the town hall roof.
It is two months left to Christmas but it seems it is not too early to show them in the shop windows.
It is two months left to Christmas but it seems it is not too early to show them in the shop windows.
Glowing trees in the afternoon sun. It will soon be dark.
Glowing trees in the afternoon sun. It will soon be dark.
Arriving at Hyllie station Thursday night. The white disc to the right in the picture is the roof to the station and the lilac thing in the middle is Hyllie water tower.
Arriving at Hyllie station Thursday night. The white disc to the right in the picture is the roof to the station and the lilac thing glowing in the middle is Hyllie water tower.
The willow hedgerows were usually planted along roads and border between fields and were cut for fodder and básketweaving every year. Here a row of willow at Broddaparken in Malmö.
The willow hedgerows were usually planted along roads and border between fields and were cut for fodder and basket weaving every year. Here a row of willows at Broddaparken in Malmö.
Most flowers have withered, here a rudbeckia.
Most flowers have withered, here a rudbeckia.
The regional trains are lilac and have originally had boys names. They were called the boys trains - pågatåg - dialectal for pojktågen. Nowadays they have girls names as well but the name - pågatågen - remains.
The regional trains are lilac and have originally had boys names. They were called the boys trains – pågatåg – dialectal for pojktågen. Nowadays they have girls names as well but the name – pågatågen – remains.
Back in Borås as sunday night by Knalleland.
Back in Borås as sunday night by Knalleland.

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