During the month of December (just like in every other part of the world I am sure) there's a tradition for Christmas markets around these parts of southernmost Sweden. I've been to a number of them through the years, and this year I chose the one at Jakriborg, a faux-medieval housing area a short commuter train ride away from Lund. It has a definite North German feel to it with its narrow buildings with steep roofs, even though it was all built in the 1990s. So on a surface level it was just the right place for a Christmas market selling all kinds of trinkets, baubles and knick-knacks. (I can't come up with more synonyms than that at the moment).
Previous years the turnout was much larger, both among the vendors as well as the spectators, but I suppose this being day two had something to do with...and even more so the pretty poor weather with little flurries coming down every few minutes or so. Still it was enjoyable to go there and shoot a few photos, for no other reason than the fact that it's been quite awhile since I did any amount of street shooting with my digital camera. I've almost exclusively shot with my analog setup when it comes to street photography this year, so I was overdue for a refresher!