Goodbye January

Når man skal overholde corona-restriksjoner og ikke bevege seg unødig bort fra eget hjem, så blir det en sterk begrensning i hvilke motiver man finner. Trøsten må være at de fleste andre har mye større problemer enn det! Men jeg innrømmer gjerne at jeg nok kunne ha funnet litt bedre posisjoner i den senere tid. Det lar seg bare ikke gjøre uten at jeg potensielt setter liv i fare! (Så får det bli som det blir!)
When one have to comply with corona restrictions and not move unnecessarily away from your own home, there is a strong limitation in what motives you may find. The consolation must be that most others have much bigger problems than that! But I am happy to admit that I probably could have found somewhat better positions in recent times. Howevere, it just can ‘t be done without potentially endangering lives! (So be it!)

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11 Responses to Goodbye January

  1. Operation X says:

    Alla är mer begränsad till sitt eget hem och provins i Nederländerna också. Vi har praktiskt taget bara bott i vår egen stad Leeuwarden/Ljouwert och vår egen provins Friesland/Fryslân.

    • Seenorway says:

      Det føles som 100 år siden jeg var i Amsterdam, men når jeg tenker tilbake på det, så tror jeg de må ha vært engang rundt 1960-62 . . ?
      Husker vi spiste en utmerket måltid på en såkalt ‘Swiss Restaurant’ i en enorm blomsterpark fyllt med tulipaner . . .

    • Seenorway says:

      Nederland/Belgia er jo ganske hardt rammet, men nå er det sannelig ikke mange land i Europa som ikke er!

  2. Vicki says:

    Your home location looks pretty good to me. Sunrises and Sunsets change so quickly, I think its more about being there (wherever ‘there’ is) and capturing the moment.

    • Seenorway says:

      Hi, Vicki, –
      That is absolutely correct! During summer we may have nearly no nights at all, at least ‘up North’, but where I live – may be 4-5 hours! But during winter – like in these days – the dark periods called ‘night’ might last for 14-15 hours and the sun comes like daily ‘glimpse’lasting 4-5 hours. Up North, however, the sun may be visible at 24 hours a day during summer, but during winter – never seen at all!! ( 24 hour nights!) 😀

  3. -Eugenia says:

    I’m grateful I am no longer in the work force and live in an area where conveniences are nearby. We don’t have glorious views like you do but we have our share of nature’s gifts. The virus will not last forever and for now, as you say “so be it”. Stay safe and enjoy the sunrises and sunsets.

    • Seenorway says:

      Yesterday I noticed that for the first time in a long while the US death toll was markedly less that 3000 – only approximately 1300, but then I believe you have started vaccinating people through last week? That is a positive sign. But – this will take time! New mutants will see the light of day, and for the rest of the year, I think we all need to learn how to live with the dangers from viruses. As for nature, I can only use what is there under the circumstances.

      • -Eugenia says:

        Yes, they have started vaccinating people in the US. I don’t have much faith in the accuracy of the numbers I see and I avoid the news. Too much hoopla!

        Viruses are nothing new and will be around forever. Different strains of a virus will continually pop up so we might as well get used to it.

        • Seenorway says:

          That is absolutely right! ‘Adapting’ is the key word, I should think.
          My figures are not from the papers (for the same reason you mention) but directly from
          FHI (Globally), but that said I expect a number of countries under-report to make thing look a bit better than they are.

  4. utesmile says:

    You are sort of lucky, you only need to look at your beautiful sky and have a motive…. I love them. Our sky is never so dramatic. Do stay safe!

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