A ‘problem’ with taking lots and lots of photos on your summer holiday trip is that afterwards it gets so hard to choose which ones to blog, that you never get round to it…
On the other hand, it makes a nice change when you suddenly remember these photos in the dreariness of late winter.
On the non-existing third hand, however, you may then realize that you no longer have any idea what exactly you’re looking at!
But never mind… Let’s go back again to July 22, 2015…
Our last stop was the lock at Brinkebergskulle, Vänersborg.
We are now driving east from Vänersborg towards Lidköping.
The landscape south of Lake Vänern is mostly flat, but with some ‘table’ mountains/hills adding a bit of drama to the scenery:
Halleberg, with an average height of about 90 meters above Lake Vänern and the highest point 155 meters above sea level, is also Scandinavia's largest old hill fort, dating back to the 3rd and 4th centuries AD. It is now part of a large Ecopark area also including Hunneberg (another table mountain nearby).
In the Middle of Nowhere (apologies to Grästorp municipality), there is a lay-by displaying a Viggen aircraft.
A dilapidated old cottage (also in the middle of nowhere)
I don’t remember what church this is – we did not stop here. This is a typical countryside view in these parts, though – quite a few church towers sticking up which can be seen from miles around - and many of them white.
Here’s another church where we did stop to have a closer look - but I don’t remember where that was either…
I’ll be linking this post to Mersad’s Through My Lens meme.