Tuesday, February 22, 2011

The letter D - Deserted

welcome to a bit of sightseeing in Trosa, crowded in summertime but now almost deserted
if you want to know a bit more about Trosa use the red link above
one of the small hotels (there are a couple bigger ones to) 
signs to guide you 
this is the library and there are lots of old beautiful houses 
the water flows through town 
they demolished the old house and built a new one looking exactly as the old 
modern houses in oldish style 
and ultramodern ones, some like them and others think they are ugly
 and that they don't fit in this picturesque  surrounding

13 comments:

Jan said...

A lovely town in any season. Your photos are wonderful.

EG Wow said...

I prefer the modern houses in the old style myself. Yes, I imagine the town has many people in good weather. It's a picturesque place.

Gisele said...

very nice town. Thanks for showing us.

Lois said...

What a wonderful vacation village. The retro look of the houses seems so inviting. This is a place I would like to visit. Thanks for the tour.

Julie McLeod said...

What a beautiful and quaint little village. Thank you for the mini-tour! And a clever idea for the deserted theme too. Maybe you can find another theme to fill in the summer when the population goes up 131%. ;-)

pcphotoblog said...

Deserted but lovely. Wonderful views.

JobaScraps said...

Thanks for sharng this quaint town with your lens

Cheryl said...

Thanks for a tour of the town. I especially like the photo of the water flowing through town--it's absolutely beautiful, as are your other photos.

Steven said...

It's pretty in winter, but I'll bet it is just stunning in the summer!

jackscrap said...

Thanks for sharing these photos of this town, I really enjoyed the link you provided also, so many famous people have homes there.

thello said...

must be wonderful staying there.

tchesney said...

I want to go there! I love the quaint feeling of this little village, I am glad you showed us some of the little details which make this village special...I love that water way through the houses!

needlepointernc said...

Thanks for showing us around. That is why this challenge is so much fun. People from all over the world. Great shots.