I think this looks orange. Sunset on the Mediterranean in Malaga, Spain.
Here’s a reward for making our way to the Top of Europe. What a beautiful day we had for that view!
In the Tabernas Desert lies the old west set for many of the ‘spaghetti westerns’, of which Clint Eastwood’s classics: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly, Fist Full of Dollars and For a Few Dollars More are the most famous. The Tabernas is one of the only semi-deserts of Europe.
I’m not sure if this works for the Rule of Thirds, but this is a couple pics from Switzerland and Spain. Hopefully they somewhat capture this concept.
My grandmother’s father was from the area of Orebro, Sweden. This area is in the center of the country a few hours to the west of Stockholm. It was known for it’s copper mines when my ancestors lived there. My great great grandfather, Carl Johan Holm was born in Aspviken, Ljusnarsberg, Orebro, Sweden. We found this homestead and visited the largest town near to this area named Kopparsberg for the copper mines. The whole ore mining area is called Bergslagen.
Weekly, the people in the surrounding areas would make their way to Kopparsberg where the local church was. There are paths leading into the town to the church and old inns where people stayed over night on Saturday before church. They could get caught on the news as well as worship together and get filled up for the coming week.