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YOU DON’T TAKE A PHOTO, YOU MAKE IT

The city of Stockholm in the summer evening. Photo taken by Eric Gripenblad.

Motala river in the middle of Norrköping. Photo taken by Eric Gripenblad.

The city of Norrköping with the Town Hall tower and the Motala river. Photo taken by Eric Gripenblad..

A fisherman walking over a bridge to find the best fishing spot in Norrköping. Photo taken by Eric Gripenblad.

Norrköpings concert hall called Louis De Geer in the summer night. Photo taken by Eric Gripenblad.

Open tunnel in the middle of Norrköping. Photo taken by Amanda Andersson.

Waterfall in Norrköping. Photo taken by Amanda Andersson.

Water in Norrköping. Photo taken by Amanda Andersson.

Waterfall in the middle of Norrköping. Taken by Nathalie Thorén.

The Love-Park in Norrköping. Taken by Nathalie Thorén.

Motala river in Norrköping. Taken by Nathalie Thorén.

A Modern house that shows how the world has developed in it’s architecture compared to several years ago Position: Norrkoping, Sweden. Photographer: Mikael Blixt

Motala river in Norrköping. Taken by Nathalie Thorén.

Motala river in Norrköping. Taken by Nathalie Thorén.

“Fika”-place in Norrköping. A place where you can grab a coffee and something to eat. Photo taken by Julia Lundgren

Photo of Nora looking up at buildings in Norrköping. Photo by Julia Lundgren.

Photo over the north side of Norrköping by “Arbetets museum” (The Museum of work). Photo by Julia Lundgren.

Photo of a waterfall in Norrköping. Photo by Julia Lundgren.

Photo of the Motala river in Norrköping. Photo by Julia Lundgren

Picture taken in Knäppingsborg at a “Fika” place. Photo by Nora Forslund

Photo above the city Norrköping, of the Town Hall tower. Photo by Nora Forslund.

It’s a picture of Drottningsgatan,Its taken in “Tyska torget” in Norrköping,Photgrapher:Emil Hansson

It’s a picture of the Rådhus,It’s taken in the “Tyska torget”,Photographer: Emil Hansson

A nice old bike. Photo by Fannie Ahrend Nyhlén

A photo over Louis De geer and other architectures.  Photo by Maja Lind Jonsson

The Swedish version of Starbucks, Espresso House . Photo by Anastaszia Axelsson

Norrköpings famous tram and the city’s mall. Photo by Maja Lind Jonsson

A cool looking ladder on a house. Photo by Maja Lind Jonsson

Grand Hotel in Norrkoping. Photo taken by Oscar Rudberg

ATEA in Norrkoping. Photo taken by Oscar Rudberg.

Holmen in Norrkoping. Photo taken by Oscar Rudberg

Arbets Museumet in Norrkoping. Photo taken by Oscar Rudberg

Arbets Museumet in Norrkoping. Photo taken by Oscar Rudberg

What: Two commercial borders outside a gas station.
Where: In Linköping.
Who: Nicolas Dagsson

What: Lamps are spreading light in the tunnel, exposing spider webb in the evening, while two people are seen in the background, one whom is cycling and one is jogging.
Where: In Linköping, in a tunnel.
Who: Nicolas Dagsson

What: From the perspective of someone looking out of their window on red and yellow connected houses.
Where: In Linköping, inside from the photographers’ house.
Who: Nicolas Dagsson

What: It isn’t the rushing hour yet in the middle of the city of Linköping, but it is in an hour or two.
Where: (it’s written in the “What” section).
Who: Nicolas Dagsson

“The Docs” by Vidar Olsson – Strength is the very foundation of this city, built upon the industrial revolution that made Norrkoping what it is today.

Picture taken in the industrial area of Norrköping. Photo by Ivar Pihlblad

This is late night outside of Norrkoping. The photo is taken by Alexandra Petersen.

This photo is a building in the city in norrkoping photo by alexandra petersen

This place is called “strömmen” it is a big lake through the whole city in Norrkoping, and this photo is taken by Tuva Albert.

This is a new bridge in Norrkoping that is very close to our school and this photo is taken by Tuva Albert.

And this is a very nice picture taken in the middle of city at night in Norrkoping and is taken by Tuva Albert.

this i in the city when the tram is going by,  by photo by alexandra petersen

Photo taken by Fannie Ahrend Nyhlén.

Photo taken by Fannie Ahrend Nyhlén.

Photo taken by Elin Björnelf

Photo taken by Valeria bunting

Photo taken by Valeria bunting

Photo taken by Valeria bunting

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