Saturday, December 21, 2013

indoors

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I had snowflakes melting on my lens when I went to visit my friends. lucky to have a wood heater when there’s no electricity, this way I could simply enjoy the darkness, light a bunch of candles and stay close to the fire.

despite all the coziness, it makes me think about peak oil and other potential developments…

6 comments:

Jael said...

Har ni fortfarande snö där?

Petra said...

beautiful pics. I hope you stay warm :)

Anikó said...

it seems all the snowy weather went over to you, we have not a single snowflake here, just rain and galeforce wind. we might have to sit in the dark by candlelight too if it blows the cables down... i guess that's much more atmospheric than rain at Christmas time :) wishing you a lovely festive period! enjoy all that snow xx

sarapirat said...

jael, en hel del fläckar, och där det är skugga ganska mycket..men det smälter rejält hela tiden! ingen vit jul med andra ord... :)

petra, i try! :)

aniko, the past year has always been pretty cold and snowy again in the north area, right? it somehow made a comeback, the winters, cause for years it used to be like this year, and then the past years were snowy and cold again, and now, another drastic change! weird...anyhow. here it is melting away too. happy holidays, merry christmas!

Wallinskaya said...

God jul till dig också! Se till att få sticka lite nu i jul :)

annika said...

Brasa och ljus, allt man behöver. Har du gjort någon snöängel? Kramar