22 thoughts on “When Ducks Are Smiling

    • Querida Barbara. A veces me convierto abrumado con alegría en un día así. Y yo puedo garantizar que el pato está sonriendo.
      Abrazos, besos y finas como el papel flores rojas 🙂 ❤

  1. Well, I’m definitely smiling from your pictures! How stunning! I love this gallery. Have a beautiful week, Hanna. 🙂

    • Thank you so much, Jane. I always collect smiles 🙂 Not in a box but close to my heart 🙂 🙂
      Wishing you a great weekend ❤

  2. Hanna, with your pictures I can feel the taste of winter which we missed this year here in Toronto. It is still couple months more associated with winter and who knows what can happen tomorrow. However, for now we can enjoy winter through the pictures. Thank you for sharing your lovely galleries.

    • Hi Alexander. How odd to know that you are without snow. But maybe the lake are ready for ice-skating? …or have you been out to rescue birds on the ice.
      All the best,

      • The only place where I am skating is a skating rink. 🙂 We do not have any witnesses of winter. However a lot of people do not miss it. We’ll see what happen in February.

  3. Hi Hanna!

    I really enjoyed your blog…hopefully you will not be annoyed at my silly nomination! Yes, I have nominated you for The Liebster Award, one of several community awards fluttering around WordPress. The rules can be found on my entry here:


    I hope you will enjoy this challenge!


    P.S. If you feel that an “award post” will break continuity with your post feel free to just respond to the questions…have some fun!

  4. Beautiful gallery, Hanna! I can feel the fresh, crisp air and I love the sound of ice and snow under my boots. To see a smiling duck in the morning is definitely a good sign … 🙂

    • Thanks a lot, Hanne. The snow that squeaks under the boots is a wonderful sound. This means that the frost lasts a little longer, and so does the life-giving light from thousands of twinkling stars – ice crystals 🙂
      Big hug,

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