Arctic Mum Blog - Vintage hunting in the snow
gingerbread sounds good to me...love the snow but then I guess is very cold ( for me,lol)
Wow the sky looks lovely. I agree that there is nothing better than a crisp cold winter's day - I love sun, blue sky and cold. Although I am not sure I could cope with the cold as you know it! FOr Christmas - I've made some cards and some presents but will be going home to my parents for Christmas - normally I do a ham cooked in coca cola. Sounds horrible but is actually really nice.
Oh my god such beautifuls pictures. I can´t really figure out what contry you are from. At first I thought you´re from Lofoten in Norway, but now I think you´re finnish. Am i right?
I live in the coastal area of Northern Norway. And right now it's very cold!
Love your images - your skies are so soft & gentle appearing. Our son lives in Alaska & has similar light (& very short days right now:o))He is constantly out & about with his camera. You must be very hardy souls!! Here in Northern Wisconsin, we are "balmy" in comparison. We will be well below zero by the end of the week.Thank you for sharing glimpses of your part of the world.
for me you live in a winterfairytaleland, that light! (or need i to say darkness)I love your booties!Hope to see you next week at the CV!
Those are pretty spectacular colors!
Stunning photos and the colours are magical - it does look cold though! Hurray for warm boots! Gingerbread and a hot drink sound just the ticket! Take care
Sigh - it reminds me of when I lived in Denmark....lovely.We sweltered all weekend - a friends bbq in the backyard with a bazillion kids running around and cooling off with iceblocks and cold water.
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