But, what´s going on in London?
Wednesday, May 31, 2006
  Life in London

Still life with bike, café au lait and Forges.
Saturday, May 20, 2006
  Welcome to Stockholm; Ingrid, Gustav and Sylvia

These are some of the first glimpses when you get to Stockholm Arlanda airport. Ingrid Bergman and, of course,

I love the way she waves her hand, frozen on an airport wall.
Saturday, May 13, 2006
  Extraordinary things I've found - My blog´s 1st anniversary!

It´s HM´s anniversary too!!

Lately I´ve discovered extraordinary things:

"Pulsars are dense, highly magnetized neutron stars that are born in a violent explosion marking the death of massive stars. They act like cosmic lighthouses as they project a rotating beam of radio waves across the galaxy."

"Clusters, or conglomerates, of galaxies are the largest objects in the Universe. By looking at them through optical telescopes it is possible to see hundreds or even thousands of galaxies occupying a volume a few million light years across."

"The plankton captured includes tail-kicking shrimp-like creatures(copepods and ostracods), swimming worms, flying snails (pteropods), and pulsing jellyfish."


*I started this blog exactly one year ago,full of things to say and images to show. Time goes so fast here in London.
*Don't forget to check the archives for more images and stuff*
Everyday images and accounts of the city.

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