Happy Springtime

The weather changes between sun and showers on my walk. The wind is icy and a powerful burst containing hail almost makes me lose my breath. Then suddenly around a corner, I’m sheltered and the sun breaks through a dark blue-grey sky and nature sparkles and shines in the cold spring.

17 Comments on “Happy Springtime

  1. Your weather is quite unpredictable it seems but you describe it so beautifully and your pictures are lovely as always, Hanna. x

    • Jane, you never fail with your compliments 🙂 ❤
      Looking back at the first months of spring three words come to my mind: Wet, windy and cold with a few sparse sunbeams. Fortunately nothing stays the same 🙂
      All the best,
      Hanna

    • James, it is a lovely place though it lacks the view you have on the moor. If I need a similar view in Denmark I have to go to the sea to get the wide open space. I would love to take a walk on the moor once.
      All the best,
      Hanna

    • Hi Isabel. Thank you so much. It’s still very cold but the signs of spring
      is undeniable 🙂
      All the best and a happy weekend to you too

  2. Was that yesterday? The weather was crazy, so windyyyyy, the way down to Vestamager was tough, especially the end, in the open. And on the way back, I had time to be soaked by the rain and then dried by the sun before I arrived home ;D

    • Hi Samuel. Yes, that was yesterday 🙂 I can tell you had the full benefit of the weather. It is somehow fascinating with so radical weather changes over a short period. An umbrella isn’t of much use due to the wind 😀

  3. It’s always refreshing to see your posts and lovely pictures, Hanna. The geese look happy in the icy wind.
    Cheers, Alen

    • Thank you for that lovely compliment, Alen. The geese were very happy indeed, I think they were smiling 🙂
      All the best,
      Hanna

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