Monday, June 27, 2011
Midsummer with Serina
This evening we went out to revisit places from Serina's childhood.
The pictures are fresh from the oven. Shot just two hours ago.
I cannot name the midsummer bouquet in English. The red one is called St. Hans flower, equinox flower, in Norwegian. There's also Valerian root, which smells so wonderfully, and is said to turn around midsummer night.
At Aksnes beach; Serina is picking sea shells where we let her meet the sea for the first time 22 years ago.
Midsummer meadow; or angel meadow, as the Swede poet Taube called it.
The time is about 23 b.m. and the sun is setting.
Lifeline by the beach.
Red clovers growing by the beach.
St. Hans flower also close to the salty waters.
Dusk after sundown.
North west dusk
It's dark and just a few meters from home.
A deer calf is out seeking for water; bad, but rare shot.
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