The north wind doth blow,
And we shall have snow,
And what will the dormouse do then,
Roll’d up like a ball,
In his nest snug and small,
He’ll sleep till warm weather comes in,
Traditional ballad, The North Wind Doth Blow
Posted on February 26, 2018 by Hanna
Category: #Nature, #Outdoor, Denmark, Environment, History, Landscapes, photography, Walks
Tags: #wintertime, Poetry, Winthe
Oj så vackert Hanna! ❤
Selv tak, Annica. Sneen lyser op i landskabet, når det behøves allermest ❤ 🙂
Hi Indah. Thank you! It really was enjoyable 🙂
Beautiful images, if a little cold, Hanna. 🙂 🙂 In our version it’s Cock Robin but it comes to the same thing.
I love that kind of weather, Jo. A blue sky and drifting white clouds ❤ That's a perfect weather to go exploring 🙂 though I wouldn't mind the coast of Algarve either 🙂
Speaking of Cock Robin Jo you should see this video from a fellow blogger Annica in Sweden
Enjoy your walks!!!
Oh dear! I’d have to hibernate, Hanna
Haha! Love your humour, Jo 🙂 …but impressive snow landscape.
Beautiful scenery. I also like the ballad!
That’s the best part of living in a northern country the changing seasons. So many colours to enjoy. Thanks a lot, Montucky!
It is an east wind for us….so far not much snow in our part of the UK but icy which brings its own hazards 🙂
David, I like your expression: Brings its own hazards 🙂 The wind here is also easterly. But the Northern Wind has a certain ring to it just as in the ballad. It’s usually very cold from those two directions 🙂 so I allowed myself a certain amount of artistic freedom 🙂
The end of Winter is looking beautiful in your place!
Thanks a lot for that, Alexander. I hope it’s the end of a very cold weather and not the start of an extremely icy spring. But only time will show 🙂
It should be added that the relatively small snowfall, making the light and the walk very pleasant ❤
We cannot predict what the weather behavior. However the pictures are beautiful.
Thank you Alexander, it was a lovely walk 🙂
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