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We spent a week in Stockholm in December, 2011 to participate in the awarding of the Nobel Prize in physics to three astronomers - Saul Perlmutter, Adam Riess, and Brian Schmidt. Susana worked with Saul for a number of years on the project that led to the discovery of dark energy for which the Prize was awarded. I was the accompanying spouse. Hours of daylight were short and the city was unusually snow-free for December. These images were mostly taken in the Old Town and the Was a Museum.

Stockholm Waterfront

Stockholm Waterfront

From Our Hotel WIndow

From Our Hotel WIndow

Cat walks on water

Cat walks on water

Cat walks on water

Cat walks on water

Closed for the Winter

Closed for the Winter

Ferry at the Quay

Ferry at the Quay

Tower on the Nordic Museum

Tower on the Nordic Museum

Old Church

Old Church

Rooftops

Rooftops

Church Tower

Church Tower

Roof Top in Gamla Stan

Roof Top in Gamla Stan

Street Lights, Gamla Stan

Street Lights, Gamla Stan

Street Lights, Gamla Stan

Street Lights, Gamla Stan

Street Lights, Gamla Stan

Street Lights, Gamla Stan

Streets of Gamla Stan

Streets of Gamla Stan

House of Nobility

House of Nobility

House of Nobility, Present from China

House of Nobility, Present from China

In the House of Nobility

In the House of Nobility

Wall of Noble Shields

Wall of Noble Shields

Shield of Carl Linneaus

Shield of Carl Linneaus

Categories & Keywords
Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:Europe
Subcategory Detail:Sweden
Keywords:Cities, Stockholm, Sweden, Wasa