I mentioned in my delicate colours post, that I originally went out to find the orchids – – but they were not yet there. I guess it has been too cold a spring for them. The yellow archangel is another favourite in May – lightening up the forest shadows. Just like angels should. When I […]Read Post ›
Hiking in spring always means meetings with cattle. And they are always very curious…especially when dogs are around. In the opener a gang that followed us through their meadow and almost over the fence… Old farmsteads with apple trees and cherry trees – what could be more beautiful? Only the cows!
This spring is like no other spring – in so many ways. The nights are freezing cold, and many flowers and trees do not grow very much. They even say we might not have new potatoes for Midsummer (a Must…). I nearly missed out on the Pasque flowers, and arrived just in time to see […]Read Post ›
A refreshing hike in our area – we had not visited for many years. In Sweden we are fortunate to use the outdoors even now – if we stay close to home and not travel far. I think the images mostly speak for themselves – it was a glorious family day. At the parking, there […]Read Post ›
Camera and binoculars packed – an Easter walk one of these beautiful mornings. The stillness in the air promised some lovely hours in my favorite place. The old sallow stands waiting for its summer guests again – a different spring for us this year, but not so for the birds. Nature is still out there […]Read Post ›
”Considering the current world situation, I decided to focus my challenge to your sharing images from your previous travels rather than asking you to go out to photograph new examples to share. If you visited a favorite place more than once, how did you approach the second trip photographically? If you’ve only been somewhere once, […]Read Post ›
In Jules Verne’s A Journey to the Center of the Earth, Stapi is the last stop on the route the protagonists take before they climb Snæfellsjökull and enter the interior of the planet through a tunnel in the crater. We didn’t intend to try any of these possibilities, but to hike along the coast line […]Read Post ›
Some Thursdays ago, my post took us off for Vestmannaeyar – and now we have arrived! The harbour of Heimaey was the only thing that changed for the positive after the eruption of Eldfell. It was walled in and became more protected against the sea. Click the link above to read the story in my […]Read Post ›