Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Hagstugan

Winter Cottage

This is the 300 year old Haga Cottage at Skogs Ekeby in Tungelsta. Back then it was a Rättarbostad. That's where the foreman of the farm usually lived. It belonged to the Skogs Ekeby Mansion. Today it is used as a summer house.

8 comments:

Glenn Standish said...

Wow! Picture postcard perfect! Really makes me want to get into the mood for Christmas! Can't believe it's only a month away! Greetings from TORUŃ DAILY PHOTO here in Poland.

Jim said...

Summer house, hard to imagine summer there right now. You take great pictures.

Kate said...

Your winter scenes are very beautiful. Are all these from this year or previous seasons?

Stefan Jansson said...

All photos are from a few promenades I took last week.

Fénix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Do you always get so much snow in mid November?

Poeten said...

We did get a nasty snow fall in early November last year. With the usual traffic chaos of course. But other than that we haven't seen much snow in November or December over the last decade or so.

Jackie said...

Yes, that's another really beautiful photo! Glenn is right, it's picture postcard perfect!

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Incredible capture. Like the strong composition.

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