Saturday, July 12, 2008

Café Grindsjön

Annika at the café

Café Grindsjön

This is Annika who I met yesterday. Since April she runs the Café Grindsjön, close to Sorunda in Nynäshamn. It's very popular with bikers and cyclists. I took her photo for the 100 Strangers project and enjoyed a sandwich while talking to her. Two guests arrived on their horses and when they rode off I had to take a photo of that. Inside the cafe you can look at art and have a look at an old typewriter that once belonged to Annika's great grandmother the famous author Moa Martinson.

3 comments:

Per Stromsjo said...

I've commented about quantum physics before. After successfully portraying a stranger, she doesn't seem like a stranger anymore. Well done.

Steffe said...

Thank Per. I met another stranger yesterday and as I told her about this place, she knew about it and had been there.

Anonymous said...

I was yesterday in this little cafe.
It´s something special. And less the cakes are also fine.
Greetings from Germany