Winter time

Halloween came to Sweden in the middle of the 1990s and is mostly celebrated by families with children so I suppose a family with children live here. I very nicely carved cat pumpkin, I think.

We are now on winter time. The change took place on the night between saturday and sunday on the last weekend in october and it means the sun rises an hour earlier and it goes down an hour earlier. So it is getting light when I go to work now. The weather is still a mix between rain and overcast with a glimpse of sun now and then and it is colder. The pictures are taken in Malmö in Sweden. I share this post with Our World Tuesday and Skywatch Friday.

Turning Torso at dawn on monday.
In old town thursday morning.
On my way home in Limhamn on Thursday afternoon.




7 thoughts on “Winter time

  1. I’m surprised Sweden did not celebrate Halloween until the ’90s. I imagine that dentists are going to be happy about it…. Turning Torso is one cool building. At first glance it appears that the floors are not all level; but that is an illusion. Kudos to the architects.

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    1. Thank you! We have all saint’s day today when people light candles on the graves. Locally there seems to have been a traditon to carve beet root lamps in the countryside in southern Sweden. I wish you a wonderful weekend!


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