Pictures…

Me and the Optomistic OrchestraThis is me and the Optomistoic Orchestra, a piece of public art in the streets of Malmo.

My hostMy Host, Malin. This morning we worked on designing a magic trick involving an appearing goldfish. Then there’s me, on the highest ferris wheel in Scandinavia. In the background is The Twisting Torso, the highest building in Sweden. Hopefully I’ll have better pictures soon, when I get down to the waterfront to really see it. And finally, here’s a picture of a statue of a marzipan rose. It’s in the same park as the  ferris wheel.

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2 thoughts on “Pictures…

  1. Um…shouldn’t you have been standing on one leg in the sculpture picture instead???

  2. captainjaq

    Well yes.. That would have made sense, but who am I to do that?

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