Saturday, January 02, 2010


The day has become ten minutes longer since solstice. We still have the blue light mornings and evenings. Swept in the virginal snow the scenery is magic.


Amrita said...

Hmmmmm footprints in the snow.

I have heard that Europe is having sevre winters. But it also provides a beautiful landscape too, Enjoy the beauty of the snow and keep warm too.

It was a very cold grey day here, but we took the kids to the park for fun.

Annie Jeffries said...

Blue light, Elise? Something to be found in northern climes? I've never heard of this.

Debbie Petras said...

Beautiful photo! Felisol, I want to wish you a wonderful new year. I'm so thankful that we've come to know one another through our blogs. I love to visit your blog and see the photos and a peek into your world.

You are always so kind and I love each and every comment you leave me on Heart Choices.

Thank you for being my friend.


Mrs. Mac said...

Nice winter picture. Man and nature walking across the same path ... though not at the same moment. Just how much daylight do you have now? Any? I'll have to get out my map and see how far north Norway is.

Have a blessed weekend.

Terry said...

dear felisol
this picture here brought back a rush of memories to me.
when we were children, we used to sign each others autograph books and usually we put a little verse in there and this is one that i had written down a couple of times in mine by a couple of friends.
"your life lies before you
like a path of driven snow.
so be careful how you tread it,
because every step will show!"

oh if i had only believed this felisol as a child growing up, i am sure i would have been more careful but you know what, the day that i got saved at the age of 17, i learned that jesus paid for all of my missteps and all of my sins,... past, present and future!.
and now the path behind and ahead is clean and clear.
what a saviour we have!
of course i know i will still have to be careful how i walk. after all he did pay for those sins but this does not give me the license to sin, eh?
happy new year dear terry

Felisol said...

Norway is a long and crooked country with lots of wonderful variations.
North of the Polar circle they hardly have sun now.
We are living in the south of Norway, closer to Scotland than to the top of Norway. There's a big difference.
As for today the sun rose at 9.35 am and set at 3.52 p.m.

The hour/ Half hour before rise and set we call the blue hour, cause then the scenery and the sky are colored blue. Is pure magic.

John Cowart said...

Your photo reminds me of those footprints on the moon.

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Tikno said...

Happy facing the new year!