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Malmoehus Mill, Sweden
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Just around the corner from Malmøhus Castle you will find the castle mill, restored to it's former glory. The mill lie just opposite the park, a nice and cool place to visit on a hot summer day.

Head Photo Assistant, also known as Son Number One, tagged along to this visit to our neighbour country Sweden (you will notice him in the picture taking his own photographs). Davids gift as a graphic designer is invaluable. He may soon be promoted to Photographer - the jury is still out on that. Visit David at http://www.antiversion.com.

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Uploaded: 03/07/2010
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