Wednesday, January 12, 2011

winter like this





it's time for sparkling morning dew and colors of fall, the light is a treat and the food a feast. partly because my mom is here and is making good stuff. like lasagna and cauliflower souffle.

see that third photo? i bought a second-hand knitted wool poncho i denmark (you can just about catch a glimpse of it) and i've been living in it ever since. i have another all black, but it doesn't have wholes in the side for the arms, making it cozy, but not very practical. well, this one has, and it's now my official winter uniform. how can you not just love to walk around like you're wrapped-up in a woolen blanket?

and i must admit, as much as i enjoyed the snow and the frosty winter in denmark, i like a winter like this. the air is clear and the light is bright, and you only have to throw a poncho on to go outside.

12 comments:

  1. I'm with you I like your winters too! smile....xo

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  2. ooooooooooooooooooh.
    love snow and crisp weather (even though it's grey, wet and miserable now) too. however, I also agree I'd take that autumn (oops, mean winter. yeah right. ha.) you're having without hesitation.

    love the pics. love the poncho.

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  3. Awesome picturs... I especially love the first!

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  4. beautiful,picturs....but i wish it will be snow
    here too

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  5. love this little photo series - the colours, the light... (is that a picture of your mum's cauliflower dish?)

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  6. I love winter woollens too and think a winter with no snow would be divine.

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  7. i am in awe for that quivering rim of pearly beauty around the leafs in picture one, and if you bring the cake, shall i pour the tea?
    oh yum!!

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  8. Wonderful. Thanks for sharing these!

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  9. That would be my kind of winter.

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  10. From where I sit (cold/gray/raining) your winter looks astoundingly good!

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  11. Want to trade winters? I am so tired of the snow. It is so nice to see something green, and the ocean...that first image is just SO appealing to me. Beautiful, as always.

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  12. Is that grass image, by any chance, from Latrun?
    When I lived in Tel Aviv, my husband and I picnicked in the huge Latrun grassy field.

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