From a short trip to Västergötland.
Slottsskogen, Göteborg: the lazy moose harvest the precious march sunrays in this huge park located quite close to the town's center.
The seals glide through the waters of an open air water tank. I wonder if they will stay there for the summer.
From Slottsskogen, a nice walk is perfectly fine to get to the city center, where the humans do the same as their animal counterparts, upon the steps leading down to the canal's water, under a sun which is, if not omnipresent, at least scorching and glaring.
This is a country obsessed by the sun. I'm only beginning to understand why.
The day after, we were harvesting sunlight by a lake in Västra Frölunda, while having warm tea. It was only later that I realized (thanks to Google Maps) that the "lake" was in fact the mouth of a discreet stream going to the Kattegatt.