I traveled to Stockholm in 2016 for a few days. This city seems to have a very particular identity. I love that there are so much water in the city, with plenty of different islands.
Engelbrekt Monument at night, with Riddarholmen in the background.
The private palaces of one of the may islets of Stockholm.
The colorful houses and restaurants of Stortorget Place by night.
This red brick building is gorgeous while illuminated at night, with a very neat garden.
There is something about the light and atmosphere of that photo that I absolutely love.
A very small alley of Stockholm at night. There isn’t a lot of people out…
Stockholm metro in front of Södermalm island. Many bridges and tunnels are necessary to connect the different islets.
An everyday scene at Kajplats, a great place to relax near the water.
Water is always present in Stockholm, and so are colorful buildings.
A common type of architecture in Stockholm, with amazing details and colors.
The style may be the same but they definitely enjoy their own color.
The Museum of Medieval Stockholm at blue hour: quite a stunning architecture.
Looking up the John Hancock Tower; the top is sort of visible…
Djurgården is the perfect islet to escape the city noise and population.
On our way back to Sandham, we get a glimpse of the attraction parc of Gröna Lund and the city in the background.
Shoreline scene on the island of Sandhamn and its small and peaceful village. A great getaway from the city life.
Some small cottages on various tiny islets on our way to Sandhamn: neighbors are not a problem.
One of the most famous views of Stockholm, with Riddarholmen’s church. The light was beautiful.
Skeppsholmen islet by night, with the boat being used as an hostel.