26 Nov 2009

Long time no see

Yup! It's been a while. Suddenly I felt the urge to put in a few shots here. Dunno why.
Life is busy with three dogs and frequent visits to the forum for Spanish rescue dogs. So all other netting has been put on hold.
A bit unfortunate but perhaps I'll get into it slowly again. At least for a few of my favourite sites.
Anyway, here are some shots from this past time that I have been absent. I just thought of a reason too. Right now it's so damp, dark, murky and muddy - absolutely boring in fact - that some more colour is needed into this drab existance. What better way to do it than remembering the summer and early autumn gone.


Mist over the bay one September morning


A little lake


Part of the Fagervik bay


The seagull and the boat house


My bathing beauty


A sprinkler in action


Bubbles on the bottom of a pond


An idyllic summer scene


A power plant in the evening sun


The summer brook


A droplet


Another droplet


A third droplet


Streaming part of river


On a rowing trip


Another river scene

As it turns out it ended up beeing a rather wet post anyway. Well, these kinds of waters are more pleasant, I think, than the endless drizzle from the sky.

4 comments:

Linda said...

So nice to see you posting, and with a much-needed infusion of colour and light. Even a beautiful power station! It seems quite incredible from the depths of November that the world ever looks like this. A boat on a calm blue lake, with sunshine touching the trees - a fairy tale.

I know what you mean about the darkness just now, and you will be darker than we are. Everything is a struggle. I see photos on other blogs come and go and I don't have the energy to get there and comment, but I want to! Never mind, the sun will appear again.

Linnea W said...

Nice to see your photos again. They are all gorgeous and captivating...you even make a powerplant look picturesque! Enjoy the week...

Judy said...

Tarolino, I have missed you!! I think my favourite photo is Ljuba in the water!! The second water droplet is a close second, though! Looking at the photos in your header, I see that one of your new babies needs a coat! It is getting to be that time of year!

Merisi said...

So good to read that you are doing well, even though you seem to suffer from too grey November days. I do hope that there are light moments of joy for you! So wonderful to read about your new dog, sure is a sweet one. Good luck, Merisi