Posted on April 26, 2018
serene morning by the shore/ stilla morgon vid havet
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Posted on April 23, 2018
5.47…here it comes
zoom in and you’ll see the city of Ystads landmark, the twin water towers
seconds later that moment was gone..but it sure was a beautiful sunrise
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Posted on April 17, 2018
15 000 years ago in connection with the end of the ice age this valley was created. The valley has great biological and geological value. Beech forest that has been allowed to grow wild and old. Frogs and reptiles flourish. Common and rare birds of prey thrives in the surroundings. All species of bats that are known in Sweden have been found here and red deer likes the area. The area is often called northern Europes best place for winter bird watching for eagles.
Fyledalen skapades för ca 15 000 år sedan då istiden tog slut. Dalen har stora biologiska och geologiska värden. Ädelträskog som tillåts växa vild och bli gammal. Grodor och kräldjur trivs. Vanliga och ovanliga rovfåglar stortrivs i omgivningarna. Sveriges olika sorters fladdermöss finns här och hjortar rör sig i marken. Området kallas för norra Europas bästa ställe för vinter fågelskådning av örnar.
if you want to catch some magical morning rays of light then you have to get out of bed early. Sunrise in these parts of the world happens around 5.52 ! Rise and shine.
Om Du vill fånga det magiska morgonljuset så måste du ta dig ur sängen och vara på plats runt soluppgång som är runt 5.52 i våra trakter just nu. Upp och hoppa !
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Posted on April 12, 2018
Since I had a few people showing interest in my exhibition I decided to open it up again just for this weekend.
Saturday 14 April beteween 11-3 o´clock
Sunday 15 April between 1-4 o´clock.
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Posted on April 9, 2018
We’ve had a couple of storms lately and I must say that while it was howling outside I didn’t have one positive thing to say about it. Now it’s totally another story. I must say that I’m quite pleased that we had some storms. All due to the fact that I’ve been finding pieces of amber every other day for the last two weeks. It’s such a joy to go on a treasure hunt along the shore!
Amber is fossilized tree resin and ows it’s existence to the defence mechanisms of certain kinds of tree. When the bark is punctured or infected, a sticky resin oozes out to seal the damage and sterilise the area. Some species of trees produce such copious quantities of resin that small creatures, as well as leaves and flowers from the trees themselves, get trapped.
It would be nice to make some jewelry out of the pieces, don’t you think?
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Posted on April 8, 2018
Spring is here and the birds are busy flying back and forth with material for their nests. The greenfinch are building their nests in our green “wall” behind our green house. I guess the green suites the greenfinch. But why is it called a greenfinch? The male is all yellow.
Posted on April 7, 2018
Today is the last day of my exhibition, A Journey into the Soul of India. I’m both happy and sad. Happy that quite a few have come to look and also happy that I had the courage to do this here at home. Sad that it’s all over.
I’m pleased that I have raised some money for one of the poor groups in India, the brick makers, especially the children.
It feels good to give back to some of the people that have taken their time to talk to me and let me take pictures.
Now I need to sit down and evaluate and see what I could have done differently so that I know until next time if I should decide to do this again.
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