These foggy mornings – forebodings of November grey – still have their own beauty. My father just turned 85, and our daughter flew home for the celebration last weekend – despite having a big exam three days later. Love ♥ Driving her to the airport – she wanted a walk in our forest once more. […]Read Post ›
…we had a lovely walk in the late afternoon light.
”Just living is not enough,” said the butterfly, ”one must have sunshine, freedom and a little flower.” Hans Christian Anderson For Amy and the Lens-Artists Challenge, I have chosen a series of small beauties from a trip to the Pyrenées in 2011. A hidden valley that has kept its biodiversity almost intact – – and […]Read Post ›
We did two walks last week, just Totti and me… …and this is the second one – Both are old favorites – as I guess you recognize the paths… In the middle of the week the forest rests in silence And there are not many colours around I guess that is the way we want […]Read Post ›
We have had some quality time, just Totti and me – and the camera. Away from the energetic Milo and away from home Heading for the forest in the early morning A day of promise A day of joy and happiness for the two of us And the little things… that really matters
For Cee this Thursday – A Rock or two, and the very rocky hike towards Stenshuvud in Kivik, Sweden.
In the header – my Magnolia. The other three found on my sunny walks this weekend. Anemone Hepatica Wood Anemone Pasque flower
This gloomy Monday I went back to one of my favorite hiking spots – – in pictures only…because this year has not allowed any hiking there due to the extremeweather with heavy rains. But, as soon as the weather allows it – I will return, and enjoy the serenity here. The stillness and solitude […]Read Post ›
So – I have finished re-potting most of my plants. Only the big ones left… I even tried putting some of my succulents in glass jars – seems that is going to be popular again. Photographing through the glass gives me a tiny – world – feeling. A bit distorted, but I guess all our […]Read Post ›