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Wish, a challenge from Jen. I have just watched the TV news – I often wish I never had. 20 years ago we stopped buying and reading evening papers, and I still avoid much of the catastrophy-, war- and news media. Not my body nor my soul was made for it. I believe nobody’s body […]Read Post ›
Graceful King Palm, Amazon, Ecuador.
Skyr is a delicious Icelandic youghurt that has been a part of Icelandic cuisine for over a thousand years. It is traditionally served cold with milk and a topping of sugar. For a short while Skyr was available in our local food store (after my constant wishing for it…), but as it was rather expensive…I […]Read Post ›
Resilient – well, the crocodile species outlived the dinosaurs, and their relative, the caiman ”Lucy”, lived under our breakfast lodge in the rainforest. She might survive us all…
WPC this Friday – Transmogrify. Transmogrify into something distorted and ugly or into a work of art? This house in Bilbao reflects and mirrors a bridge where a red car is passing.
Jen, at WordPress, asks us to show local life…and where my heart is. In my garden with my dog…who always occupies the most comfortable places… Walking in the forest every day with the best of friends. Places and friends closest to me – between the ground and the heavens above. The header photo and the […]Read Post ›
H2O – well, that is what is coming this autumn, and even more during winter. Water, it is called. For WPC I have chosen three favourites, one of its thickest forms and two of its thinnest. In the header, the frozen, majestic waterfall Tännforsen in Jämtland, Sweden. From Barcelona, a hidden castle in the water […]Read Post ›
Cheri Lucas Rowlands encourages us to show a picture of Quest. An almost impossible task…When I think of this word, Quest, I think of all my teaching years in literature and all the glorious quests portrayed there: The Epic of Gilgamesh, a Sumerian story, The Odyssey by Homer, Siddhartha by Herman Hesse, The Hobbit […]Read Post ›
So, we are asked to show an edge of some kind. Late in the evening in Lerma, Spain, I just opened up to have a look at the evening light – and there he was!