Tuesday Photo Challenge – Cold and Warm Cold and Warm – these shots are from an early morning walk some years ago. Temperature -10 degrees C – and the sun threw golden diamonds in the snow The dogs loved this too – we walked back home in harmony – with frozen fingers
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Rocks, Boulders, Stones
There is nothing permanent except change Heraclitus This week Amy is hosting our challenge, and she lets us all have the opportunity to change the world…or the world in photos at least! As summer is changing into autumn, so the colours here in Sweden change our perception of nature. I love autumn for its earthy […]Read Post ›
My Thursday Thoughts connected with WPC: Bridge. A hope and a wish for all countries to continue their work – to stand united, bridgeing all disputes – to save our planet Earth. A Swedish meadow in its summer glory – is it not worth preserving? May the Love of Mother Nature be the Bridge for […]Read Post ›
We have not had much sun up here in Skane, where I live, so I feel lucky to have caught a few glimpses of the glory around me this autumn. I will share some of my favourite captures in this post. I hope you have a wonderful autumn- or spring – as well! This day […]Read Post ›
For WordPress this week – Shine. These last few days I have been out hiking, because I wanted to enjoy the last rays of colour this autumn. Ahead of us – starting this week – is all greyness. Some trees have lost their leaves already, and among them, the beautiful maples. Sometimes in the forest, […]Read Post ›
It’s all about nature…that could be my own motto as well as Cee’s challenge – Nature is my life and greatest interest. So…I had some difficulties in choosing photo. Finally I decided as follows. Japan inspired? Photographed yesterday, being the last day of colours here. Rain and wind today.
Hiking festival at Hovdala – a part of Eurorando, Europe’s biggest hiking and walking event. There were many groups and trails to choose from. I joined the photography group. And what a day we had. In the middle of September – and 25 degrees Celsius…A bit too warm for hiking really, but an ordinary autumn, […]Read Post ›