Yellow and Blue: the Colours of the Swedish Flag

We went to Sweden after some time in Denmark and found that the Swedes do not display their flags nearly as much as the Danes.

Boats are the best place to find the yellow and blue Swedish flags.  A boat from Grebbestad in Sweden, with two yellow and blue Swedish flagsIn Sweden the ‘Dangerous Curve’ signs are yellow and blue like the Swedish flag. (We noticed this in particular as the Danish ‘Dangerous Curve’ signs are red and white like the ubiquitous Danish flag.In Sweden the dangerous curve signs are yellow and blue like the Swedish flagThe car deck on a ferry to Sweden is painted the yellow and blue of the Swedish flag. The car deck on a ferry to Sweden is painted the yellow and blue of the Swedish flagEven this ferry worker is wearing yellow and blue.The car deck on a ferry to Sweden is painted the yellow and blue of the Swedish flagThe EU flag is also yellow and blue but it appears that not all Swedes are enchanted with the fact that they have matching flags!A boat from Grebbestad in Sweden give the EU the fingerAnd speaking of painting Swedish boats yellow and blue I will now move you to La Boca in Buenos Aires. It is located near the port making it a logical place for dockworkers to live. Their small houses are painted with brilliant colours left over from painting the ships. near The Boca Juniors blue & yellow stadium is a statue of a pizza man in front of a museum dedicated to one of the football playersThe Boca Juniors took the colours of yellow and blue from a Swedish ship that was in dock the day the team was formed.Mural at the Boca Juniors Stadium in Buenos Aires, ArgentinaIt takes a fair amount of left-over paint to paint a futbol stadium!It takes a fair amount of left-over paint to paint a futbol stadiumMore of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Blue and Yellow

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