I didn’t have any pictures remotely connected to New Years Eve so how about a photo of a sunrise? Tomorrow, on New Years Day, 2014 is behind us and we get the chance to have a fresh start. For a day or so everything is possible. What will the coming year have in store for us?
Have a happy new year and a great 2015.
Christmas Eve. It doesn’t feel like such a long time since last year. A day like this deserves a picture with a winter theme and I’ve actually found the only photo left in my archive with snow in it so that’s being posted today but then I realized that there’s no way that I can post today without a repost from last years Christmas Eve. It’s not a picture but a song and nothing less than my absolute favorite Christmas song of all time. I do Hope you like it as well and, of course, a Merry Christmas to you all.
Today was the last day of three weeks containing some intense commuting. I’ve been working in Ronneby which is more than two hours away from where I live. On top of all that I’ve been doing this while the weather has been anything but good. The first eleven days I had 54 hours (!) on trains or busses which made the days pretty long. Hopefully, when things return to normal, I will be able to post pictures more often:)
Is winter over for this time?
My, and probably most people’s, favorite part of the fall is when it behaves something like in the picture below. Those days are sadly gone by now in Sweden and what’s left are barren trees, rain and a howling wind that somehow finds its way through your clothes. There will hopefully be just a few weeks of this before the winter arrives. I have always favored the light freshness of the snow to rain, storms and wet clothes.
The common opinion is that Scania is one of the flattest parts of Sweden. It’s probably true but I know there to be places that are quite the opposite. Take my hometown of Lund for example. Did you know that, between its lowest point at Klostergården to its highest point at Norra Fäladen, Lund is the town with the biggest difference of height in all of Sweden?
Well, enough talk about the “mountains” of Scania. The photo below shows the stereotype picture of Scania: a flat landscape that just seems to go on until it disappears in the horizon. Mostly it shows power lines though;).