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Unbelievable, Extraordinary…

ÖSÖDERÅSEN NATIONAL PARK, SWEDEN //

We had an unusually heavy snowfall last week here in Malmö, not because unexpected, but because, from a driving rain and in just a few minutes it managed to whiten everything, accumulating more than five centimeters.
During the night then, the temperatures must have fallen below freezing point, so the next morning we had a clear and deep sky, bright sunshine and sparkling snow waiting for us and spurring us to get out.
We could not miss that chance!

Standstill

…LANDSKRONA CITADEL, SWEDEN //

Last Saturday we had a trip to Landskrona Citadel, around 40 km north of Malmö.
The weather was not the best, cloudy and maybe little bit too windy to go by the coast, but we are always trying to get another possibility to go out with our daughter before the long, dark and cold Swedish winter will finally settle down.
After a short walk in the quiet park around the castle, with its channel to protect it, we came back by the sea to enjoy another spectacular sunset.

Be Surprised

…YSTAD, SWEDEN //

Last Sunday (13-11-2016) I was in Ystad with my family, to take a walk by the sea while waiting for the Moon-rise.
I set my tripod and start shooting, bewitched by an amazing “red-dressed” Moon.
Then I turned to discover a fantastic sunset.
And then us, caught in the middle, enchanted from such a beauty.

Mother Nature, once again, delivered an astonishing surprise…

Know how to Wait…

MÖLLE & KULLABERG NATURE RESERVE, SWEDEN //

Know how to wait … Always.
In the belief that the best is yet to come.
In the belief that as it can not rain forever, so no darkness can prevent the light from returning to shine.
Waiting!
Being confident that great things and little great miracles are waiting for us, though if everything around us now is trying try to tell us the opposite.
Knowing how to wait … despite everything!

 

The Most Beautiful of All

It came to my mind yesterday ,as I was driving, so I went to check it in the evening: the twentieth anniversary of my first poetry has just passed by.
Nothing important, just a personal commemoration.