Domkyrkan. It stands in the heart of the city as one of Sweden's biggest churches.
Nice spot outside of the infamously Swedish brand Weekday. This canal circumvents all of Malmo.
My best friend Elina at our sushi spot, Musashi.
One of Malmo's many cobblestone streets.
The central train station and a sea of bikes.
Stortorget (direct translation: The Big Square). Most of what Lund has to offer is situated around here. Cafes, stores etc.
Café Ariman. Too much of my time is spent at this place. The coffee is semi-decent and sometimes the staff is friendly, but it's still a nice hangout place, all in all! I recommend taking a fika here.
Sitting in Lund's beautiful Botanical Garden with friends.
Swedish girls in the Botanical Garden.
Despite missing my life as a Brooklyn expat turned photography intern at Opening Ceremony, the will of an Icelandic volcano and the customs department have kept me captive in my hometown of Lund, Sweden for the past couple of weeks.
Lund is in Sweden's southern state of Skane, a 10-minute train-ride away from Malmo. I have heard a couple of times that Skane is the Texas of Sweden. Not too sure about what that is supposed to mean, since no one here looks anything like a contestant of The Biggest Loser! Lund is an adorable city, quaint enough for a short day-trip off of Malmö or Copenhagen. Check out a brief tour of the town!