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Swedish Lunch in Malmoe
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The traditional swedish sausage (korv) with mashed potatoes seem to be replaced by shawarmas and kebab. Even though it may be worth your while to take a trip to our neighbour country Sweden, especially the third largest city Malmø, just over the Oresound bridge.

David, also known as Son Number  One, was on this daytrip. This time in his capacity as Head Photo Assistant (we admire the americans ability to invent titles). As a graphic designer he is able to see angles that improve the panoramas considerably. Visit him at http://www.antiversion.com.

Copyright: Leif Nygaard Eilertsen
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