Day 3 in Stockholm
Highlight: a walk along the waterfront and a trip to the amazing Fotografiska museum.
First things first – an entirely staged photo of my breakfast. I don’t do the Instagram thing for nothing, folks.
After eating, we walked down the street to Fabrique, a cute little coffee shop chain in Stockholm. The coffee machine in our AirBnB was crap, and we were in need of some liquid strength (read: coffee).
Coffees in hand, we hopped the metro to the edge of Södermalm, the southern district and island of Stockholm.
Our ultimate destination was the Fotografiska, Stockholm’s premier contemporary photography museum.
The line was lengthy, but it still didn’t take us more than 10 minutes to get inside.
What do you see in this statue? An eye and an ear? Cause I see a Frenchie butt. But that’s probably just me.
The exhibits inside were pretty stellar.
My favorite was the Imagine: Created Reality exhibit by Erik Johansson.
His work is a mix of photography and computer design, and I LOVED it.
The museum was absolutely fabulous overall. There wasn’t a single exhibit that didn’t wow me in some way. Love, love, love.
And when we came back outside, it was still sunny!
Definitely a happy Scandinavian surprise.