Posts tagged “Sweden

Glowing sunset

The golden light of October

Is as sweet as honey.

Glowing sunset dog copy

LIfe is hectic around here again

And I’m away with work, so won’t be able to comment on your blogs.

For more sweet moments, please visit: Our World.

The invitation

Wide skies of

Red and purple

Wide skies

Invite us to drink

In the wonder and beauty of nature —

Sunset lake

And, of course, if you’re a dog,

To take a dip in

Rose-tinted water.

On jetty

For more wondrous sights, please visit: Skywatch.

Surreal gold

Early morning —

And mist floats like a golden scarf

Over the lake,

Golden mist copy

Turning my world

Into a surreal painting made of light and sun.

Surreal copy

For more surreal skies, please visit: Skywatch.

Sunset boulevard

Better than TV:

A stunning sunset show

Performed by Nature.

Sunset boulevard

For more great skies, please visit: Skywatch.

The ripple effect

When we look at ourselves in the universe,

We are but a small and humble part of the whole.

Wide skies

But each move and turn we make

Creates its own beautiful pattern

Duck 1

And tiny ripples of kindness or wonder

Can be passed onto others to enjoy.


For more lovely moments, please visit: Our World.


Watching a flock of birds

Birds 1

Dance across the fiery canopy of the sky

On flame-tipped wings;

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And flying beyond the silver sliver of the moon

Is pure poetry.

Fly me to the moon

For more magical moments, please visit: Skywatch.


Sometimes a sunset

Is so breathtaking

Basketball copy

That all you can do

Is stand there humbled


And drink in all the wonder.


For more gorgeous skies, please visit: Skywatch.

Floating in clouds

 Henry David Thoreau once wrote, “You must not blame me if I do talk to the clouds.”

Sea of clouds copy

Many years ago, I woke up to an amazing sight:

Fields and fields

Of foamy clouds in the sky!

Endless clouds copy

I had to stop and talk to those clouds

For a very long time.

(All photos from my archive of 2010.)

Foam in sky copy

For more floating clouds, please visit: Skywatch.

Icy pearls

Last week saw freezing cold mornings followed by sunny afternoons.

frosted lilac

The constant freezing and thawing

Created the most delightful pearl necklace made out of ice.

(I was amazed how a single strand could hold such a heavy load.)


Frost hung like jewels on the delicate strands of cobwebs —

frosted lines

Reminding us that the seemingly fragile

Can also show strength and endurance.

Single strand

For more inspiration, please visit: Our World.



Lilac memories

Back in October,

The sky turned lilac

Purple ribbon

And the water filled

With slender ribbons and hearts made of clouds.

Ribboned sky

And underneath all that splendour,

The ducks swam  on purple velvet.

Ducks on velvet

For more velvet memories, please visit: Skywatch.


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