We're back from a weekend trip down to Skåne in the south of Sweden for the wedding of friends from Stockholm. It was my first time really seeing Skåne at all---and it could not be more different than this area on the west coast. If Sweden has an area that could be described as "big sky country", this is it. Low, rolling hills of mostly open farmland that are so starkly different from the rocks and trees of the part of the country we call home.
While the hay roll picture is one of those "standards" of the rural landscape photographer, I've not had a decent chance to capture any myself. But a brief wander down the road from our country hotel a few hours before the wedding found me out in a field with the chance to capture my own stereotypical images. The clouds broke a bit and I went to town. I apologize in advance, but I am sure other varations will pop up over the next few days/weeks.
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