Saturday, December 12, 2009

Caroline

Caroline

Remember all the Vikings I showed you earlier this year? This weekend they have a historical Christmas market at the museum in Handen. I visited today with my flickr pal Jim and met quite a few people, and I will show you some photos from the event in the coming week. And here is the first portrait. Meet Caroline. She was selling ecological sheep skin rugs that she imports from Iceland. The rugs comes from meat lambs and comes in many varieties of shades and tones. Caroline is setting up her own business at the moment, it will be called Ekoviking, or in English Eco Viking.

12 comments:

PurestGreen said...

She's just beautiful. She has such a glow about her.

Unseen Rajasthan said...

She is looking very satisfied !! Great shot and nice post !!Unseen Rajasthan

Don and Krise said...

What a nice smile she has, and what beautiful rugs she is displaying. Good job once more Steffe.

Irina said...

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Jacob said...

Wonderful portrait, Steffe. And those sheep rugs are also gorgeous. Makes me think of the poor little lambs, though!

brattcat said...

She's radiant. I love those little rugs. Our daughters slept on sheepskin rugs from Australia when they were babies. In fact they are all grown up but they each have remnants of their 'lambies' hanging around.

MrsLittleJeans said...

I love Caroline : )

Kate said...

The rugs are truly outstanding. I wish her much luck in her enterprise!

Leif Hagen said...

Nice portrait! I remember the nice sheep skins from one of my visits to Rekyjavik to visit a penpal there. Good luck to Caroline!

Vogon Poet said...

Good luck with her new business. The Italian form of her name (Carolina) was killed during my youth by a obsessive ad about processed cheese. Nobody called girls with this name after that...

Clueless in Boston said...

She is a wonderful looking happy person. I hope she is very successful with her new business.

Amy said...

wow now that is awesome! I love historical events! She looks very happy!