Coming home from work yesterday, our car got stuck in the snow about 150 meters from our house. It took me about half an hour with the snow blower until I could get it loose and all the way into the garage. Then another hour to clear the way properly. This morning it was still snowing, so I had another round with the snow blower before going to work. Today I am so grateful to my snow blower, I have to post a picture of it (taken in november, there’s a lot more snow here now).
My beloved snow blower (photo: Jan Nergård)
Late December. Moonlight. Cold and quiet. Skiing on newly fallen snow. And who is there, under the trees, with a lamp?
December magic (photo: Jan Nergård)
Nature has started decorating itself for Christmas. Its beauty is difficult to catch in a photo.
December sun (photo: Jan Nergård)
I love the sound and the smell and the warmth of wood burning in the fireplace.
Wiinter evening indoors (photo: Jan Nergård)
Took this Picture With my cell phone camera through the window in Our living room this morning. Eight degrees below zero – Winter is here.
View from our living room (photo: Jan Nergård)
Looking at our place, viewing south this morning, just as the sun is starting to light up the valley.
November Morning (photo: Jan Nergård)
Three squirrels come regularly to our place to check out if there are any goodies. They love sunflower seeds! Here is one of them, having a good time.
Squirrel with sunflower seeds (Photo: Jan Nergård)
I think there are tiny people walking around in my garden. I never see them, but I come across their footprints now and then.
Footprints (photo: Jan Nergård)
Thank you, Mr. Squirrel. You add joy to my day. I hope the sunflower seeds taste okay.
Mr. Squirrel (photo: Jan Nergård)
The little Nisse is waving goodbye to 2016 and wishing 2017 welcome.
He wishes every single person on earth a happy new year filled with love and compassion. New Year 2017 (photo: Jan Nergård)