The angel of spring, tiny as he is, slowly but tirelessly, digging his way, inch by inch, out of what's left of winter. It's been a long, cold wait.
I remember reading Ray Bradbury's "All Summer in a Day" many years ago, which is a fascinating but different story altogether. This is "All Winter in Half an Hour". About thirty minutes of snowfall as thick as solid fog, and it really looked as if it was going somewhere, but then it stopped and five... Continue Reading →
Some of my most recent photos from around Revetal and Ramnes, and along Bishop's Road (Bispeveien) in Vestfold, Norway. We're closing in on the time of year when the sun is at its lowest, which, since the sun doesn't make it more than a hand's width (at arm's length) above the horizon, makes for interesting... Continue Reading →
Can't say I've minded the mild and snow-less winter days so far, but when you wake up to four inches of white on a quiet Sunday morning, it looks a lot more like Christmas is right around the corner. Just me and the old iPhone looking around at the sudden appearance of postcard view before... Continue Reading →