Back in February, we took a trip to visit a new friend
Living on the shore of a large inland lake.
Some boats were marooned in the harbour
And people strolled out onto the frozen lake
To enjoy the view.
I felt all buoyed up
By the dazzling snow and sunlight.
Just as we were leaving,
The sun made a glorious spectacle of itself
Casting a golden glow over this winter’s tale.
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If you wish for the light, be ready to receive it. — Rumi
Spring is on its way —
But only last week, the bright sun
And the feathered hoar frost
Turned the world into a black and white wonderland.
The sky may be bleached of colour,
But that frosted light is glorious!
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Quite a few of my photo albums reflect the weather.
They have names like ‘frosty fun’, ‘snow – early’, ‘November snow’ and ‘more snow than you thought possible’.
They talk about ice, chill factor freezing and long winter walks.
I don’t think it will surprise you then to learn that these photos come from the album:
Freezing fog and frostbitten fingers.
But just look at the view – those cold fingers were certainly worth it.
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A couple of weekends ago, I fell in love. Head over heels.
With this enchanting church in Ljusterö. (Try getting your tongue around that!)
Yes – this is the same church featured in my previous post…
Magical skies are the only decoration this simple wooden building needs.
The tower is framed with bare branches,
The setting sun lights up the snow,
A feeling of serenity falls.
The world is breathing in harmony.
There is no need to try to create a perfect world.
Just celebrate the one we already have.
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