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I probably can't pronounce the name properly but Sweden's leading Arts and Craft property, Tjoloholm Castle, is a delightfully peaceful place to spend some time, particularly as there was not a soul around, and especially after one's keys have been locked in the car. (Although typically heroic Swedish efficiency meant said keys were retrieved in under twenty minutes.)Located on a peninsula on the Kungsbacka Fjord and built at the turn of the last century, the castle is a stunning example of its architectural genre. Although we couldn't venture inside, the indecisive weather allowed the exterior to lend itself to a variety of photographic moods, hence some of the black and white renditions here. Thanks go again to Christina for bringing me here. It is a day we will remember for some time, I'm sure ;)All images taken with the Olympus E-M5, 12-40mm F/2.8 and 60mm F/2.8. 

May 18, 2016

Tjoloholm Slott

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I probably can't pronounce the name properly but Sweden's leading Arts and Craft property, Tjoloholm Castle, is a delightfully peaceful place to spend some time, particularly as there was not a soul around, and especially after one's keys have been locked in the car. (Although typically heroic Swedish efficiency meant said keys were retrieved in under twenty minutes.)

Located on a peninsula on the Kungsbacka Fjord and built at the turn of the last century, the castle is a stunning example of its architectural genre. Although we couldn't venture inside, the indecisive weather allowed the exterior to lend itself to a variety of photographic moods, hence some of the black and white renditions here. 

Thanks go again to Christina for bringing me here. It is a day we will remember for some time, I'm sure ;)

All images taken with the Olympus E-M5, 12-40mm F/2.8 and 60mm F/2.8. 
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