Yesterday, SVT, West New on visits. Together with Lena and Karl Johan, who runs courses Paternoster we went out to a RIB Hamneskär.
The treacherous stream that puts around Paternoster-islands came forward and it was easy to understand the many shipwrecks that occurred in the area when we saw whirlpools in the water outside the harbor. A seal sunning itself on one of the inserts and the gulls which have outraged the kids started yelling at the person who came too close to their nests. An eagle flew over måskolonin was attacked by an angry flock of birds. The sound was deafening and photographer Stefan was on fire and turned the camera towards the sky.
Breathless, we reached the lighthouse lantern and looked out over the surroundings. Up there you can see how small the island is, and that the distance to shore is a long way. I could not help but think of all the people who lived on the island, on their hardship. In strong currents, strong winds and a day full of trials and risks. The sea gives and the sea takes. Going back to the RIB Marstrand took a few minutes, especially as the weather was fantastic and Marstrand Fjord-disposed. Fyrfolket sooner had not quite the same opportunity.
Lena and Karl Johan put ashore us at Marstrand. The heavy camera tube was ashore before we took Rådhusgatan up to City Hall where local history association's old and new chairman met us with keys to the Town Hall basement. It does not matter how many times I went down the stairs, the feeling is still just as special. I was wondering, hoping that others know it and sends a thought to the women in the Bohuslän witch trials in 1669 spent his last years at this location.
Victims Stone got a visit before we finished with the church and crossed the "witch's house" on Hospital Road 7, on the way to the ferry. The whole day's filming material must be edited down to 3 minutes of TV.
It's great to see "my" Marstrand and convey all the stories, both true as fictional.
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