Winter day part 1

Winter day, the sun is shining and the day is very cold. Lovely times to walk and enjoy the light! We got snow almost immediately after new years eve. The winter arrived in January:) Unfortunately we missed the whole “white christmas” thing, but now the winter has arrived, for real. The temperature is under -10°C almost every day. And I love it:)

Love to walk, love to face the sun, love the stunning light!

Here is my photo for today, a stunning view across the ice. I haven’t tried to walk on it yet, but there where several footprints so I might tomorrow:)

winter day

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  1. Canary Row Hoe Ho

    There’s a hippy girl in my class who wears Mao’s cap, dates
    a long-haired boy and wrote a kick-ass environmental piece.
    You’d like to poke through every long-leafed elephant-ear on
    campus, stroking nature, this beautiful sub-plot, with hoe, adze,
    al or clipper: chopping down in order to raise back up, involved
    with earth as is intended. Some say a new time has come, White
    Buffalo and all. Consequences outnumber rewards at a twenty to
    one clip, as Mongolians suffer from bad air and China’s expanding
    desert, even though they’ve done their part to live in a preservationist
    way. But global means brutal these days: global trade = wage slave,
    global warming = no food, global war = death for the multitudes,
    profit for the stinking rich few. Love abounds in campus towns,
    while “repo-men” reap millions, and songbirds still find seeds around
    as legs spread out the leaves. Our new man is African, but he is
    nowhere near free, and babies laugh, and mothers smile, here in the
    land of the free. So what that free means money, instead of love
    and food. When no one has a dime to spare, friendship will lift
    our mood. Or will there be the occasional hijacked truck or plane?
    Who cares as long as we can load up the kids, drive south to live
    in a genuine, warm, Steinbeck-decorated pipe that used to be a drain.

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