These photos were taken at Skogskyrkogården – The Woodland Cemetery – a big and exceptionally beautiful graveyard in the outskirts of Stockholm – a couple of days ago. The Woodland Cemetery was created around 1915 by the architects Gunnar Asplund and Sigurd Lewerentz and opened 1920. It was intended as a place for contemplation and peace and it is a truly special place – peaceful and majestic at the same time. Hills – space – air. The graves are situated in the beautifully gardened pine “forest”. The photo above shows the Elm hill – a place for remembrance and meditation. Since 1994 it is a part of Unesco’s World Heritage List. Below is the Elm Hill (Almhöjden) when the sun is about to set.