Friday, August 13, 2010

Farm Reflection

Farm Reflection


Out shooting for the historical association I recently visited the old Farm Fållbrunna. There I was hoping to meet the old farmer Åke Eriksson. He was at school with my dad, but Åke was holidaying on Gotland. Instead I got a guided tour around the farm by Åke's grandson Rasmus and his second cousin Linus. The boys showed me all the buildings. Including some of the old and new machinery. A couple of angry roosters, and the ostriches. And they also told me from where I would get the best view of Fållbrunna. So after our chat I climbed up a hill and got a fine view over the old farm. You can see some of my photos from Fållbrunna in the slideshow below.



Skywatch Friday.

11 comments:

Photo Cache said...

that is a fabulous reflection. without the reflection, still a lovely image.

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RedPat said...

Great shot - love the reflection. What a super rooster and a wonderful shot of him. Why were the kids wearing lifejackets?

Steffe said...

The farm is only a short walk from the Hårsfjärden Bay, which is at the Baltic Sea, so I'm guessing that they were perhaps going for a boat ride.

Georgia said...

lovely reflection!! the whole photo is amazing.

brattcat said...

I really like the way you've composed this shot.

J Bar said...

What a great reflection shot.
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Randy said...

Nice reflection! Excellent color!

fini said...

Perfect reflection!! Farm in my country doesn't look like this at all:) Thanks for sharing this photo..

paul said...

Beautiful colours and textures here, and a great slideshow. And a reflection to boot.

Halcyon said...

Perfect! The colors are so crisp and bright.

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

What a super reflection