2018-05-28

Going to Öland

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 The rape fields are glorious right now :)

An old stone but I don´t know the history behind it.

 Dunlins in a colorful part of the waters edge at Ottenby

And a glorious setting sun with a bit of a halo
© NF Photo 180521

Visiting the south part of Öland, one of the largest islands we have in the Baltic sea.

Öland  Ottenby

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19 comments:

  1. Hello, the view of the fields is beautiful. I love the Dunlins and the pretty sky. Enjoy your day and week ahead!

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  2. Oh, glorious shots! :-)

    Greetings from London.

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  3. Such a gorgeous series of images! I love them all.

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  4. Great shots! I like that leaning stone.

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  5. Wow - I've never seen a rape field. Gorgeous yellows

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  6. That stone looks like it fell from the sky! Beautiful pictures as always!

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  7. What a glorious collection of photos!

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  8. Beautiful photography! I like the rape fields. The yellow flowers remind me of what we call "wild mustard" here in Southern California.

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  9. Wow!! I've never heard of a rape field before, but it's absolutely stunning. It reminds me of the sunflower fields around here in August.

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  10. What an unusual sunset! Love it!

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  11. Stunning pictures with impressive motifs !

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  12. Wow! I can't find words for that bright yellow!
    Standing stones always seem to have a story behind them, even if the story is now hidden.
    And the dunlins are adorable, the colours around them are beautiful.
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  13. What a glorious ending to a day!

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  14. Beautiful yellow field

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