Autumn in Stockholm: Photos

October 26, 2014

in Stockholm

Stockholm Blooms over the Baltic Sea.


Stockholm Sunflowers on a side street.


Stockholm Grapes in Nici and Roger’s garden.


While autumn is about loss of leaves, warmth and daylight, it is also about new beginnings, including brilliant tree colors, cozy meals and time inside. For Robert and I, it’s the start of life in our new home. There are still packing boxes around, but they are getting emptied bit by bit.

I’ve spent the last few days working at home so I could better nurse a sore throat by taking time to relax on the couch in between writing several articles and interviewing a GM in Taiwan. It’s been good to look out on the rain, a little bit of sun and the waves on the water. Today, there was actually more sun than we’ve had all week, which felt good. Unfortunately, I was not feeling so well, so I stayed inside for the most part. The photos you see here are from around Stockholm over the last few weeks.


Stockholm Apple orchard leftovers.


Stockholm An almost empty marina.


Stockholm Autumn still life.


Stockholm Purple chili peppers.


Stockholm Red and yellow trees.


1 EurotripTips November 4, 2014 at 03:28

Such good memories you brought back with this post. I have extremely fond memories of my autumn in Stockholm.

2 Sandra November 16, 2014 at 16:37

Good to hear from you EuroTrips. Autumn was beautiful this year in Stockholm. Hope all is well with you!

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