Frozen World

Når termometeret krabber under ‘null’, endrer naturen litt karakter. Her hjemme i nord tar vi det for gitt, men glemmer lett at mennesker som til daglig lever under litt andre forhold kanskje synes dette er litt mer spesielt? Så for dem som synes dette er interessant, har jeg  fanget noen litt spesielle motiver . . .
When the thermometer creeps below zero, the nature around us changes dramatically!
Home in the North this is regarded as ‘normal’, but it becomes easy to forget that for people normally living in a warmer climate, it might be close to abnormal? 🙂
So for you guys I’ve caught a few ‘special motives’ . . .
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OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA(Compliments of SRB)
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13 Responses to Frozen World

  1. Beautiful aftermath of an icestorm. The Glass World.

    • Seenorway says:

      Hi John,
      Thanks for visiting my blog!
      No, it wasn’t really a storm, however, we’ve had a spell of fog combined with freezing temperatures, so ‘glassy world’ covers it – exactly!
      And we’ve had these conditions for 10 days now – still without breaking a leg! 🙂

  2. WOW.. these were very special moments captured.. ❤ Lovely images xx

  3. Mormor says:

    And now it disappered, the white veil softly drip down. The temperatur has risen.

  4. Seenorway says:

    So have we! (If you’re willing to forget 3 feet of snow early in November, but we’ve had a lot of undercooled rains (fog) that have produced a lot of ice and very slippery streets.

  5. Well as you know….this is a treat we have so far missed this winter. January for the most part has just been damp and dreary…..forecast is for gales and winds well into February

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