Do you know that 97 percent of Sweden is uninhabited? If you put together all buildings they would fit on the Scandinavian country’s 2nd largest island: Öland. That means there is a lot of nature to protect. National parks and nature reserves cover a 10th of the Swedish land surface. One of those Skuleskogen National Park, the pearl of the High Coast Unesco World Heritage site.
Marcel catching flower fields near facing the Torekov , Skåne region, Southeastern Sweden. May 2017. EXIF: Sony ILCE-5000 | Lens: E PZ 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS | ISO 100 | Focal Length 16.0 mm (24.0 mm in 35mm equiv) | Aperture f/8 | Exposure 1/500
Marcel in Öregrund, Uppland region of Sweden. Taking a walk on the coast of the Gulf of Bothnia. EXIF: Sony ILCE-5000 | Lens: E PZ 16-50mm F3.5-5.6 OSS | ISO 500 | Focal Length 16.0 mm (24.0 mm in 35mm) | Aperture f/6.3 | Exposure 1/640