Last weekend I was at Ladehammeren, which is one of Trondheims open air areas for the public 71 meters above sea level. If you visit Trondheim you should definitely stop by. It offers a great view of the city and its fjord, and also an amazing sculpture by the German sculptor Rolf Schaffner.
View of Trondheim and Trondheimsfjorden from Ladehammeren.
Equilibrio Nord, by Rolf Schaffner.
It was art by accident on my part when I was out on a Sunday stroll and came across the opening of a sculpture park right by Nidarosdomen.
The artist is Torhild Storvik Malmedal, and the sculpture park is called “Capture the Blue.” It features ten monumental sculptures in marble and glass and was launched in a showing that included music and dance that interpreted the sculptures.
Visited Barcelona in July 2015 and had a great experience. These are some of the motives and moments that caught my eye.
By architect Antoni Gaudí, this was built for Roger Segimon de Milà and was finished in 1907. This building has no straight lines.
The amount of flags you can see walking through the streets of Barcelona tells you that you are visiting a proud population.
Went there on a Sunday afternoon and the line was 300 meters long. My advice is to get your tickets online.
Maintenance work at La Sagrada Familia.
These cable cars take you to Castell de Montjuïc.
Wax museum with entrance from La Rambla.
One of Barcelona’s promenades, this one goes along Passeig de Colomn.
This promenade goes along Passeig de Colomn in Barcelona. You can see the Colombus Monument and Montjuïc past the art on the promenade.
Full Flickr-album here: Barcelona City Life, Architecture and Art