Snow covered Landscape

Winter Trees

We don’t have to dream about a white Christmas around here. Since the beginning of December the snow is all around us and everywhere. It’s beautiful and magic and sometimes very cold. Causing problems in traffic and for the train (always late or canceled in winter). But with the right shoes winter walks are lovely, especially on days when the sun comes out.

Sun peeking through

I hope you have had a lovely Christmas Eve and are enjoying your day, however you spend it. I am, though two days with family and relatives is intense for an introvert like me so tomorrow I look forward to staying in, painting or stitching and reading a good book!

Might take a walk too, if the wind is not to rough.

Winter Bridge
High bridge heavy with snow.

Winter view
The view from the bridge over the open canal.

Winter Mirror
Water mirroring the trees.

Winter Island
And an urban island.

Take care of you and yours, and know that I am sending lots of metta your way!

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4 Responses to Snow covered Landscape

  1. Kat says:

    These photos are beautiful, Hanna! I wish we would’ve had a white Christmas here in Germany but it was quite the opposite: rainy and 15C! I’m going to Sweden for New Year’s, though, and am hoping there will be some snow left for me. ;-) (I am somewhat obsessed with your wonderful country. And with snow.) Your tweets as @sweden have been great, by the way! Merry Christmas to you and yours!

  2. Andria says:

    Beautiful! We have been sadly lacking in snow around here for the past couple of years, but I am still holding out hope for the first couple of months of 2013!

  3. Lynette (NZ) says:

    Beautiful. Feels so weird to see these when we spent Christmas day in hot sun and the swimming pool! Glad I can connect with you across the world. Merry Merry and all the best for a creative 2013.

  4. urula says:

    You have snow!!!! I’m sooo envious!!! We had 12 degrees : (

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