16.5.10











Been working all day, photo job. But I've also enjoyed the good company of two nice ladies,
Maria and cousin Moa, and lot's of lovely food (tack Maria!) + tons of sun. It was summer here
in Stockholm today, people were actually swimming in the lake.


Arrow to arrow.
Swedish indian crafts.




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36 comments:

Jane O Sullivan said...

you girls and your clogs !!
and sun , are you trying to make me jelous !!
love the clogs
need some sun !!!

Fine Little Day said...

Sun and clogs, felt like such a luxury. Summer oh summer. Sending over some sun to you Jane.

Melinda Josie said...

I love the first couple of photos. They look so lovely together!

Whitney said...

this looks like a day I would want to be a part of.

angelina said...

love your life photos, all so still and restful.
xx

Julie Hendriks said...

Lovely photo's!! Me want to take holiday :-))

irene said...

oh wow! jag vill också ha sommar här! det ser sååå mysigt ut vid sjön :)

keetee said...

Love to have a day like this.

johanna said...

men så skönt, och snyggt med alla träskor.

Parohia Plopii Slăviteşti said...

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underwerket / Lisa Grue said...

Need the summer like this in Copenhagen. Looks romantic: )

emma said...

trodde det var bilder från FÖRRA sommaren. mi god.

Jenea said...

Feet in the middle, looks like a tree! Super design!

Erin Wallace said...

What a beautiful day! Sun and friends and good food - what could be better?

thenextarrow said...

gorgeous photos. i love the sun + shoes. lovely!

xo Alison

charlotte said...

ah, that makes me feel like it might be summer in the uk one day. and your clogs! they are all excellent.

Lady Ren said...

Swimming- I would imagine it was a polar swim- the water must still be very cold?!

Fine Little Day said...

Lady Ren, cold yes. Absolutely too cold for me. But it was about 30°C in the air, I'm not kidding.

blue china studio said...

I want to walk right into those photos. Dreamy.

And I want all 3 pairs of those shoes you girls were wearing.

schorlemädchen said...

oh such wonderful and relaxed images..i like the stripped leggings..and all the sun ...

schorlemädchen said...

oh such wonderful and relaxed images..i like the stripped leggings..and all the sun ...

Sakletarn said...

Det va som fasen va varmt det ser ut. Du hade tur som lämnade Göteborg. Här hängde det regn i luften hela helgen. Som man längtar efter lite värmande sol asså!

at swim-two-birds said...

how nice!!!

Anna said...

nice photos, as usual!
it feels like summer is not so far...

Chelsea said...

These photos are so great- perfect summer-fun feeling! And where are those stripey leggings from? Love them!

Fine Little Day said...

Chelsey, yes the leggigs are nice indeed. Unfortunately I don't know where Maira bought them. Have to ask her..

Anne said...

you are lucky !
Here in south of France, winter is back !

la casita said...

ah lucky...here the weather is awful!

kristin said...

More summer-clog jealousy from Chicago: it's downright cold and overcast and I'm still wearing a sweater and coat outside. Grrrr.

Thanks for the inspiration! (Love the photos, as always.)

Devon said...

Just like everyone else, I love the shoes! In the US it seems like all the clogs have that squishy plastic sole. Do you have a good website to get wooden swedish ones?

Fine Little Day said...

Devon, this is a good one!
http://www.swedishhasbeens.com/

when skies are grey said...

These images are idyllic. The kind of day we all dream of :)

Anne Storgaard Larsen said...
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Anne Storgaard Larsen said...

Since I'm going to Stockholm in a month, I would like to ask where you went for this walk. It looks very nice indeed :-) Thanks for a beautiful blog.

Elisabeth Dunker said...
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Fine Little Day said...

Anne, I have to ask my cousin where we were. I'm so bad in remembering names of places...