Monday, 4 April 2011

Power

My World 

Met my lovely grandboys last weekend.

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Here we passed the Nuclear Power station Barsebäck. It was a heavy fog …

Typical for this area are trees like these. It is not hard to understand this is a windy place.
I love a lonely row of trees in the ladscape.

It is close to the sea and Barsebäck is placed on the beach. Barsebäck is shut just now and I think it is good because I cannot understand how they (we) could place a nuclear power station so close to Köpenhamn, Denmark’s capital

6 comments:

Sylvia K said...

It does look foggy and cold, but your grandsons are adorable and I know you must have had a great time! Thanks for sharing the fun, Birgitta! Have a wonderful week!

Sylvia

Gary said...

An almost scary atmosphere for a nuuclear power station. Good capture. Boom & gary og the Vermilon River, Canada.

Leovi said...

Preciosa foto de los niños y sobre todo me encanta esa foto con esos extraños árboles. Saludos.

Genie said...

After Japan’s disaster, all nuclear plants make me squirmy. I never really thought about it all before, but I certainly do now. You grandsons are just precious, and the bent over trees are fascinating. They tell me the wind there is a force to be dealt with. Nice shots this week.

ladyfi said...

Adorable kids! And that lonely row of trees is fabulous.

jocodeane said...

Those pollarded trees look so good against that mysterious backdrop.

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