Monday, January 3, 2011

Stensjön

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NF Photo 110103

Idag tog jag bilen ut till Stensjön. Det ligger ca 11km utanför stan. Jag skulle kolla fågelmatningen, se föregående post, men såg också lite fina vyer i solskenet.
Today I took the car to Stensjön. It´s located about 11 km outside town.  I went there to check on the birdfeeding, see previous post, but I also noted some nice views in the sunshine.

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12 comments:

Lilsdolls said...

Roligt att du fick så fina vinterbilder. Vackert med solen som äntligen lyser på snön. Har ju varit ett par tre fina dagar nu!

Dejemonos sorprender said...

Hi! very beautiful vinter pictures.. seems to be a nice and cold morning..

Sylvia K said...

It does indeed look cold, but beautiful and your captures are terrific! Hope your new year is off to a great start! Looking forward to more of your wonderful photos! Enjoy!

Sylvia

Gary said...

Wonderful winter photos!! Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Randi said...

Helt underbara vinterbilder. Men så lite snö ni har...blir riktigt avis. Nu är jag jätteglad att jag har planterat jättehöga grässorter som syns ovan snön. Det mesta ligger under ett tjockt vintertäcke. Tröstar mig med att rosorna gillar läget just nu.

flutietootie said...

I don't know what it is, but I find it really pretty to see the trees popping out of the snow. It is as if they are waiting for the sun to come out again.

ladyfi said...

Stunning shots. Winter at its most magical.

Rolfs fotoblogg said...

Ja! Här har du fångat fina och härliga vinterbilder.
Jag önskar dig en god fortsättning på det nya året.

NatureFootstep said...

tack detsamma.

aka Penelope said...

Your camera captures a beautiful light over the landscape. Looks like the world you see is in a "snow glow". :)

Snowcatcher said...

So peaceful and tranquil. We got three inches before New Year's Eve, and it's almost gone now... So I have to live vicariously through your winter and your eyes!

NatureFootstep said...

:)