Pascal intrudes: I’m delighted to introduce this first guest post from reader and frequent commentator Kristian Wannebo and hope you will enjoy it as much as I did. May it be the first in a long series 🙂 End of intrusion.
An un-light post, and, as well, an un-destination one.
Very un-destinstion – as I took a walk just around were I live, and without having decided where to:
Gålö, Sunday February 3d:It’s been snowing here (some 40 km south of Stockholm) a few times this week, and much more than usual. It was snowing again yesterday at around 0°C, so the snow sticks to twigs and branches in a falling temperature although there is a bit of wind.
So around midday (at maximum light through the all grey cloud cover) I put on winter boots and gaiters for the up to knee deep snow and went for a walk with an assortment of lenses – and double gloves, the inner ones camera friendly.
With snow I want sun!It makes the snow sparkle. It colours the snow yellow and blue and…
But in flat light snow can be its own light.
So I walked around the small summer houses here…
…and through the wood…
…down to the sea, here frozen and snow covered.
And then the sky had started to clear with a higher layer of grey clouds wind driven above lighter clouds allowing an occasional patch of hazy blue.
clothes the ground,
bridges of icet
he brook whispers
the forest’s secrets.
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