Thursday, February 26, 2009

An ice age relict

Lake Vättern proudly presents the charr Salvelinus umbla! Its ancestors were among the first to occupie new waters as the ice cap melted away. The species now makes a popular dish at the restaurants around Lake Vättern in Southern Sweden.

2 comments:

Jose A. Sencianes said...

Very good watercolor! I Look your work and I satisfy very much, very simple brushes and good paintings. Excuse me for my english. All the best from southern Spain

Måns Sjöberg said...

Thanks a lot, José! I took a look at your paintings too, very impressing indeed!