876 words by 1 writer in Örebro & Katrineholm

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Magnolia Stellata

by Sanna Karlsson

Örebro — After dinner this evening I went out for a walk. The sky was overcast and the rain hung in the air, but every once in a while the sun would break through. Either that, or it would rain. I went down Hamnplan by Harry’s and then into Stadsparken. This evening it was largely deserted with the exception of a few dedicated flâneurs like myself. There was a woman and her grown daughter (deducing from t...

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Spring in Scandinavia. A slow, stubborn process that requires a lot of waiting.

by Sanna Karlsson

Örebro — Just after dinner this evening, I went out for a walk. From Järntorget I follow the stream leading out from the city into Lake Hjälmaren. I pass the castle and Henry Allard’s park on my right and the ...

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by Sanna Karlsson

Katrineholm — Midsummer’s eve. I’d like to say it was rather untraditional this year, but it is impossible to escape tradition to any meaningful extent when it comes to occasions like these. There was the tradition...

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The roses are blooming

by Sanna Karlsson

Örebro — Such fragrant abundance

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