9 November 2009

Gone Already...

Lost September #3
It feels like ages ago, but my calendar tells me that september is only two months away.
Lost September #2
We tend to curse this rapid change of season, but perhaps there is something deep inside us, that knows that this is how it should be. I don´t know.
Lost September #1

9 comments:

jasontinkey said...

i'll trade a copenhagen winter for a chicago one any year!

Anonymous said...

You don't appreciate something until it's gone, even if for a couple of months...

Adrienne Johnson said...

I really noticed it tonight. The two neighborhoods I pass through to get home in the evening were completely blacked out through all of rush hour. It was pitch black! I love the seasons, but I love the light and will welcome its return.

Mikael said...

Jasontinky: Really? Are you sure? :-)

Anonymous said...

The thing that stikes me about this picture is how beautiful the lady in blue is. Natural and graceful, whatever her age. So Scandinavian!

lars said...

anonymous: Yes, I like her too. And she has such a strong presence.

Kiwehtin said...

Ooooh, MIkael. Ooooh, ooooh, ooooh Mikael. I don't think you know what a snowstorm is... Oooooh Mikael.

You should try Montreal out for size....

Adrienne Johnson said...

We don't have snow in San Francisco ; P

Mikael said...

oh, not the old "my winter is harsher than yours" chestnut. i was hoping we'd avoid that this year.

i spent several years living in calgary. i know snow.

snow is snow. cold is cold. try cycling at a copenhagen -5 and with a wind at 25-20 m/second and you'll feel at home.