Thursday, 23 February 2012

everyday life


He told me the stories of their traditional Christmas trips through this fairy tale winter forest. I was happy to finally experience it myself.


 She doesn't say much when we're out driving. She always sleeps.


The daybed is a lovely spot any time of day. It is especially inviting when bathed in bright winter sunlight.


I walked up the steep hill and was rewarded with the sight of the lake covered in dots.


Her cousin was eager to play her. Sara couldn't care less.


I regretted that I hadn't brought along an analog camera. The light and texture of the moss was so film worthy.

12 comments:

  1. Wow, the snow is amazing. Does the dots mean the ice is melting?

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  2. Hei Astrid! Jeg liker så godt gulvet i leiligheten deres (og alt annet også!). Hva slags gulv er det? Og så elsker jeg daybed'en. Virkelig nydelig! Har dere bygd den selv? Hvordan er den konstruert? Hilsen trofast leser:)

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  3. green trees look great, first seconds i thought they are painted!

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  4. Thanks for sharing your beautiful snowy mountain photos!

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  5. lovely set of photos, Astrid! Sara is growing up so quickly! so sweet!

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  6. Hei Astrid, kan du røpe hva slags gulv dere har og hvordan dere har tegnet og bygd den fine daybeden? Så fin stil dere har altså:) Birgitte

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  7. what a beautiful everyday life you have.
    love the photo of your babies fluffy hood with ears, so sweet.

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  8. wow amazing the sigh of the lake covered in dots!!!
    love it!!!

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  9. Åj, så fantastisk prikkete innsjø. Og resten av bildene var også fantastiske.

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