Here are some impressions of our Northern Lights experience in Norway last month You cannot rob me of free nature’s grace, You cannot shut the windows of the sky Through which Aurora shows her brightening face. JAMES THOMSON, Castle of Indolence
Whenever you scroll through images of the Lofoten, Norway, you are sure to see the little village of Hamnøy with its tiny bright red houses on stilts called rorbu and a majestic mountain scenery in the background.
Everyday more and more birds flock to our feeding stations in the backyard. Lovely colourful fellows!
Nature is an Artist. It’s sunny out here but the temperature hovers at -9°C. Here are some details on the snow in my garden. All images are taken with RRM technique (reverse ring macro). Can you feel the crisp ? All images ©2017 Mona Dienhart
I lately purchased a “Bear” which is loaded with grains and seeds suitable to birds. I put this little fellow on my balcony with an umbrella over it in order to prevent it from getting wet or covered in snow. The first guests have arrived. A couple of Eurasian blue tits enjoy the meal!
Some images of my night stroll through the woods. Even though we only had a half moon it enlightened the snow covered trees in a magic light. The white powder reflected like uncountable diamonds. It was great to brave the freezing cold elements 🙂
Today I decided to have a walk out there in the sunny yet frosty Upper Sure NP. Temperatures were still at -8°C in plain sunlight at 2 pm! On top of that a Siberian breeze inflicted a -20°C “real feel”! Although covered in thick and warm clothes my nose was quickly frozen as were my …
The Siberian cold temperatures settle in. I love this kind of weather. Bright sunshine and crisp! -10C this morning