It’s still very cold in the mornings and evenings (below zero) —
But oh, what a joy it is
To see the light returning in shades of orange
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The snow is melting and the light is changing —
But who says that winter is without its own bright light?
When it is cold with hoar frost
Lying thick on the branches
And, with the sun shining,
The cold can be just as dazzling.
(Photos taken in February.)
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I haven’t been walking down to the lake that often
As the path is treacherously icy;
But when we do make it down there, Ruby is Queen of all she can see.
Splashes of purple
Look like frozen ribbons
Declaring ‘It’s not spring yet.’
No matter how much we pine (get the pun?)
For warmer times, we just have to appreciate what we have.
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Finds us enjoying the cold.
The setting sun
Brings lilac with it
And tones of
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A fiery dragon
Swept across the sky —
A purple haze.
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Fog – a majestic backdrop
For a red dog (or two);
Fog – veiling landscape
Fog – settling on the ground
Like a silken scarf.
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The path leads through
Snowy beauty —
All the way
To pink popcorn cloud skies.
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Early morning dawn:
I take out my mobile phone as I sit in a car and capture
The romance of the sky over Stockholm.
(I like the way the car window frames the cityscape.)
On the way home from work,
Lilac and pink clouds
Bid the sun farewell at sunset.
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Come down to the lake with me —
And enjoy the misty views.
Let’s walk around the shore
And then explore the little sauna house on the ice.
Come rest a while,
And let’s enjoy
The cold and beautiful fog
As the sun tinges eternity
In colours of blue and lilac.
(Only posting once this week due to a high work load.)
I wasn’t expecting to see the blue moon
At about half-past three in the afternoon.
But there it was – gracing the winter sunset;
Rising like a balloon
And being released into the sky by the trees.
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