Don't be surprised when a crack in the ice appears under your feet

A very good evening to you!
Days are getting shorter - and colder. Leaving the cosy home 7.30 am in the dark. Returning sometime after 6 pm in the dark. But even darkness offers opportunities to get some good photo shots.
This evening, while waiting for the freight train to pass, I got this shot

To me photographing is about being at the right place at the right time .... My shadow in the bottom of the picture proves that :P

Enjoy your evening!


A beautiful sight for sore eyes

Needs no further explanation. Just can't get enough of this beautiful sky


Photography helps people to see

Hope you're doing well.
I apologize for the lack of updates the last couple of days. Yesterday we celebrated husbands birthday, and I focused on giving him a good evening.
Found a book for him to read - Umberto Eco's 'Il cimitero di Praga'. I hope he will enjoy reading it. Apart from that, we had a nice dinner with some of his favorite dishes and warm, strong tea.
Yesterday the weather conditions were cold, rainy and windy. Today, just cold and windy. I really hope Captain Frost will stay off the premisses at least for the rest of this week, because Saturday, we'll be driving up North to visit Emily and Fredrik and celebrate husbands birthday together.

Here's a view over the lake with the blue mountains in the background.

Have a good evening!


A distant ship, smoke on the horizon

How are you doing on this bright, sunny Sunday?
Been out for a walk at the other side of the railway .... The area is condemned, but the lake nearby is a breathing hole in itself.

This used to be housing less fortunate people. Now only 1 or 2 people leave here. I think it's a pitty that no one wants to spend money on a restauration, because the building in itself is quite nice.
Tons of timber, waiting to be loaded and shipped off by railway

I enjoy these Sunday afternoon walks. There is a lot to see and the lake is a peaceful place. Sitting on a bench, enjoying the spectacular view is what I feel Sundays are made for.
Enjoy your day!