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Everything has its ending

the day
the summer
green leaves
the old table
death
the ultimate ending
or?

endings includes a beginning
something new
a new morning
spring
new green leaves
what about the table?

it may seem as if we are framed
in time
but go outside the frame
and you will get a new perspective
maybe even see  – the whole
the holiness

actually
there are no frames
we just think so
and there is no death
ever

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Framing summer

… and keeping as a memory

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Awake

I posted this on my Swedish blog, Despite the fact I wrote most of it in english. /Ninna

Min ostyriga penna

Tjuren FerdinandMinnen dyker upp när man tittar igenom sina gamla foton. De behöver inte vara särskilt gamla för den sakens skull.
Och man ser på dem och tänker, varför har jag inte kvar det där längre? Eller… Varför flyttade jag?

Men allt försvinner – förr eller senare – och det vore idiotiskt att binda sig vid materiella ting. För det hindrar en att gå vidare. Och även om man ibland skulle gå fel – kan det i slutändan ändå visa sig vara rätt.

Memories don’t have to be old to awake nostalgic feelings. Why did I get rid of that, those, them… ? Why did I move!

But nothing lasts forever. Shouldn’t. That would create hinder to further development.

At that time, just four years ago when I took this particular photo, I didn’t make any posters, images, leaflets, flyers or any other visual creations. I had never even tried to edit…

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Browsing the city…

… inside that folder hidden in my photo library
… finding that I don’t have that many photos
taken from walkabouts in the city
… not at all as many as I could have had

if I only…
would do walkabouts in the city

but ifs never accomplish anything

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… but I like this image from february 2015…
a brisk day, I remember

Weekly Photo Challenge: Rare

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Beans

When fresh – a  summertreat. Thus a bit rare, but how delicious!
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Once upon a moon

Neither from the apartment where I lived before nor nearby I could see the stars as bright, nor the moon as big and shiny as I do here. The air is quite clean to breathe, and there’s a magpie couple living in the birch just a few meters outside my patio.
It’s quite breath-taking!

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Sunset

More enjoyable than fun, maybe…
More beautiful than fun, maybe…
But the entire sky, every cloud there was, was pink, orange, golden…
even when I first saw the beauty, facing east
the photos don’t do the moment justice
WPC: fun

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Looking eastwards at 8.30 PM
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Westwards
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Now 8.45, went for a short walk – and I couldn’t resist playing around with this photo, also partly to “hide” the villa
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Fun, fun, fun

Working on the novel…
Having a 27 inch screen is marvelous! I can have three documents side by side if I want to (and need it) And still be able to comfortably read and write.

Oh, this writing is so fun!
… and yes! I have intentionally blurred the text…

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Between the raindrops

I was sneaking out for a wee drop of coffee between the scattered showers yesterday morning. Are you sure it isn’t October already?
Well! Yesterday was yesterday, today the rain is just pouring down. Constantly…

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Yesterday

If it wasn’t for all the green stuff out there, it would have been november. And it seems that only the west-coast in south of Sweden suffers from this non-summer-ish weather. Further north they have SUMMER! At least so far…

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Today – from my kitchen window this morning at breakfast about 9.30 AM

But it’s a lovely weather to sit indoors and reed, write and take naps in.