The fresh cool air of the Baltic Sea blows over Ansgar's Island, which is inspired by the many archipelagos off the Swedish coast. I enjoy quality of light whenever I travel, and nothing in real life has impressed me as much as bright blues of the sea and sky in the summer months of Sweden. The coastal hills and medieval ruins here, together with a very pretty church with painted ceilings and walls makes this destination a stand-out. I particularly liked the interiors of the houses and structures here, so make sure to take a peak inside when you visit. Highly recommended.
To see my recent photography from MadPea Island, another Baltic-influenced coastal atchipelago:
To see my photography from another Scandinavian-influenced island, Frisland:
For more blog coverage and photography from Ansgar's Island, check out the two-part coverage in Pearl Grey's blog Million Happy Endings: