Lately I’ve been on a stroll through the forest just after snow had fallen, a true winter wonderland! Knowing that I’ll have to make a ton of pictures, because every little branch would fascinate me, I took a camera with me and started snapping without shame everything and anything that came under my eyes! So I came home, having lots of snowy futtage on my camera and I decided to pick the best ones!
It was a gloomy day, the sky was nearly as white as the snow, which is visible in the lighting of the pictures. I left them like that, they’re prety much raw material, because I think it looks honest and pure just like that. I don’t mind the missing sunlight, and I hope you won’t too.
The snow was crunching under my feets, a sound that is truly unique don’t you think? I was absolutely happy just walking, looking up and down, discovering there and here something beautiful. I’m such a I-love-a-little-stroll-person, I want to go back so badly writing this right now!
The air was crisp and the atmosphere was cosy at the same time. Snow can make a whole city quieter, let alone a forest, so I think you can imagine quite well how calming it was. Walks like these give me the chance to fully relax, to think or to have interesting conversations and when I come home my mind is clear.
I think this year’s winter was a wonderful one. I know it isn’t quite over yet (In fact, it’s freezing outside) but meanwhile I also feel ready for the start of spring. I feel like I got my portion of winter for now. If it would getting warmer now, I would embrasse it. Do you know what I mean? The amount of snow we had was just right to dive into the winter spirit and I feel like this post brings it to a nice ending for me.
I’m out and about…