Nowhere to Go!

Det er liksom ikke så mye å fotografere vinterstid. Kanskje særlig når man har noe begrenset aksjonsradius gjennom den tiden av året, men – fra tid til annen så viser
sol og himmel seg medgjørlige og gir meg grunn til å ta frem kameraet!  Andre ganger faller alt med en uventet skybanke. Idag var jeg litt i tvil, men det løste seg etter hvert!
Nok til å dele noen bilder igjen! Og så håper jeg dere sier fra dersom det blir for mye
‘sol og himmel’, men snart er våren her . . .
There is somehow not much to photograph in winter. Maybe especially when you have a limited radius of action through that time of year, but – from time to time when sun and sky are compliant and give me a reason to bring out the camera! Other times, everything falls with an unexpected cloud bank. Today I was a little in doubt, but it eventually resolved itself! Enough to share some photos again! And I really hope you let me know if it becomes too much ‘sun and sky’, but soon spring is here. . .
Tatt i en litt annen retning, men det var liksom der det var noe interessant i øyeblikket?
Og det tydet vel på at det kanskje kunne utvikle seg i en positiv retning?

Taken in a slightly different direction, but that was where I could find something interesting at the moment? And that suggested that things might develop in a positive way?
Og ja, denne gang hadde jeg hellet med meg! For dette ble jo ganske bra selv om jeg ikke fikk med meg alt fra forrige bildet inn i dette motivet.

And yes, this time I was in luck!  I think this came out pretty well, even if I did not succeed
in catching all the action to my left (like you may observe in my last picture)

(Compliments of SRB)
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16 Responses to Nowhere to Go!

  1. Thank you for so much beauty

  2. The cloud chaser in me loves these images. They are rather dreamy.

  3. -Eugenia says:

    I love cloud formations and what surprises they may have in a shape or form. We enjoyed the gorgeous weather on our balcony yesterday and a large puffy cloud looked like a scary dragon. Also, honey bees were enjoying the blooms on the trees and we knew spring had arrived. Thank you for the gorgeous photos, which I love to use for my Wordless Wednesday feature.

    • Seenorway says:

      You are welcome! And I do get a few ‘fly-by visitors’ from time to time, but very few take the time for a ‘deep-dive’:-)

    • Seenorway says:

      Hi there,
      I’m just trying to find my way inside this new version of WP, but – a lot of the usual channels seem to be closed?! And – I have heard nothing at all from the band of ‘Happy Engineers’ since I told them to fix what they had messed up. So I guess they have given up on me and – that means that I will have to give up on the WP! With the Classic Editor, I knew my way around. Without it, I might as well leave this hobby alone!
      I’m really sorry it had to end this way, but – as I see it: It is no fault of mine! I don’t know how many hundreds or thousands sharing my problems today, and I really don’t care. Personally, I have no other option but to call it a day! You know where to find me! All the best to you all!

      • -Eugenia says:

        How unfortunate, Svein! I will truly miss your amazing photos. I feel many share what you are experiencing with WP. Stay in touch!

        • Seenorway says:

          I have seen this happen before! In fact, on 3 different occasions! A large blog platform
          was reduced from 30 000 profiles and down to less than 500 in 3 years of new annual upgrades. In the end, the whole project was aborted!
          I have tried to tell them, but they won’t listen. Now it is too late. People are fed up and look for other platforms. Me, I’m too old!

          • -Eugenia says:

            I don’t understand why they changed it! It was fine the way it was, IMO! Seems the leaders don’t care about the masses these days. I’ve looked at other platforms, but they have their issues, as well.

            • Seenorway says:

              They all have issues! Programmers need to prove to the boss how advanced they are and will go for an annual upgrade every time. But the product often becomes worse than before.
              In the Old Classic – whenever you received a comment, it was possible to read the IP-address as well as the mail-address of the sender. Which was a plus for future communication. Now such information has been deleted!
              I don’t think I will be returning to this programming!

  4. Seenorway says:

    Thank you, Cheryl! They will soon change into ‘spring photos’ now! 🙂

  5. Vicki says:

    I never tire of looking at clouds formations and sky colours. I have (literally) hundreds of images of sky, clouds & sunsets, many with the same silhouette shapes in the foreground.

  6. Ah, the winter sky! ❤ Lovely photos!

  7. utesmile says:

    I don’t get tired of any of your cloud/sky pictures, they are just so dramatic with amazing colours. Even if it is the same direction.

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