The Shortest Day Posted on 21. December 202021. December 2020 by Hanna A nice memory to celebrate Winter-Solstice Share this:ShareTumblrWhatsAppRedditLinkedInPocketEmailFacebookTwitterSkypeTelegramPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Bright and beautiful, Hanna! Trying not to shiver. 🙂 🙂 Hope you had a lovely Christmas and wishing you joy to come in 2021.
Thank you, Jo. That snowy day would have been great for Christmas 🎄😊
I wish you the most Happy New Year !!!♥️
Thanks a lot!! ♥️
The light comes again Hanna, your picture is so beautiful. Hope you had a good Christmas and I wish you a happy new and creative year 2021!!
Thank you for your nice comment, Håkan. I do look forward to brighter days, literally – and figuratively speaking.
I have a quiet but lovely Christmas.
I wish you good health, lots of happiness, and a great 2021.
All the best,
A gorgeous photo, Hanna. Blessings of Peace from North Wales. Happy Christmas!
Thank you so much, Elisabeth!!
I wish you all the best for Christmas ♥️🎄🎆
Thank you, Hanna.
Feliz solsticio!!! Magnífica fotografía como todas las tuyas.. Un abrazo.
Thank you, Barbara. I send my best wishes for a Happy Christmas ♥️♥️♥️
Beautiful winter scenario! Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas to you too, Alexander!!
Will we ever have snow again in the darkest days? I do hope so….
Hi Anuscka. Maybe we’ll get a dust of snow over Christmas. We need lots of light and fresh air. Snow makes us feel like children again well at least that counts for me 😊
Wish you a very Merry Christmas!!
Thank you Hanna, wishing you also a very playful (and who knows: white?) Christmas!
I’ll never get tired of seeing snow-covered trees, it’s always a treat. And even if there’s precious little daylight, when the snow is all around, it makes for a much brighter night. And quieter, too.
Hi Robert. Valuable memories!!!
I shouldn’t use the word magic too often as it loses its power. But in silent nights, where the snow change the scenery, where one expects everything to happen, then magic becomes alive.
Thank you, Robert for reminding me about freshly fallen snow at night.
Longer days are here again!!!
Hi Ab. Worth celebrating!!!
All the best,
Min salige fader sagde altid at det var den bedste dag at blive gift, for så fik man den længste bryllupsnat – men han selv havde livet i gennem kun en bryllupsdag at tænke på og det var den 31. oktober. 😀
Jeg tænker, det er en god reklame for den 31. oktober, Drake 😉😊
Happy Solstice, Hannah. Lighting a bonfire tonight to help things along.
I managed without 😊
Just the thought of brighter days makes me feel at lot better.
The best bonfire I have experienced was an early morning by a river in Norway before the sun rose. We ate breakfast before we began fishing. We caught nothing, but the nature experience was unforgettable!!
Wish you happy days ahead,
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