Paula, at Lost in Translation, asks us for Wintry… at least in our photos this week. As I posted my best ones this winter yesterday, I return to Iceland for some Real ”wintries.”
Today I woke up to a wonderland in white – the most beautiful morning this winter. International Women’s Day The whole garden soft and soundless – and today was the funeral for Marie. Somehow it seemed so right that she was given the most beautiful, this magically soft light, her last day. She was a […]Read Post ›
In the summer, the river banks are lovely to walk – but winter is very interesting as well. And of course it is easier to get to the other side of the city. Going by car or bus, you have to use the bridges. And there is a bridge for pedestrians as well. We tried […]Read Post ›
Snow is softly falling and I am feeding the birds. They sit waiting among last year’s roses.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Chilled Cee wants a real chill this week – so my choice is Iceland. A chilled greenhouse(!) and tough winds with drifting snow.
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 ›
Why this cake? Because my daughter loves baking smashing things just for fun! Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – why not join in! Frosty Lily Yellow
Some fluffy snow last night made for a lovely family walk today. I love it when there are layers of forest colors and different tree species collaborating. They live together in harmony and they create harmony in the minds of us walking by. On our way back to the starting point, voices rang from the […]Read Post ›
Snow arrived during the night, and then the temperature rose above zero C. I had a lovely forest walk with Totti – light shifting and no wind. The first half hour, there was not much mist, but …tangible silence. Have you ever noticed how the colours – the few colours there are during winter – […]Read Post ›