Wednesday, December 02, 2009

Glowing Greenhouse

Another Sunset

December Sunset

December started with a very colorful sunset in Tungelsta. This was the view from my front door at Bergdalen yesterday afternoon. Looks a bit like the sunset I showed you two years ago. You are looking at a greenhouse that we built back in 1990. These days it's owned by Ingemar and Danuta at Blomorado, but just as back then this time of the year it's filled with thousands of poinsettia plants. Oh, and if you would like to see how the glowing greenhouses look from the top of the hill press here.

19 comments:

B SQUARED said...

Looks almost magical.

Leif Hagen said...

An absolutely fabulous, colorful, glowing photo ov the view! Are those your Christmas curtains or regular curtains? (My relatives in Angermanland change to special curtains for Christmas)

Halcyon said...

This is absolutely gorgeous! How lucky you are to have such magnificent skies.

Vogon Poet said...

There is some magic going on here. The second shot is even more spectacular of the first and very creative. Excellent images.

brattcat said...

A pair of stunning shots!

Olivier said...

la deuxieme photo est MAGNIFIQUE avec ce reflet

Amy said...

Look at those colours - the sunset wow!

Lois said...

What stunning pictures!

PurestGreen said...

I love how something can look so warm while surrounded by all that cold.

Gunn White said...

Two very nice shots!
(My favorite is the second photo.)

marley said...

Glorious photo! Wonderful light and colours.

Jacob said...

Delicious, Steffe!

Don and Krise said...

Wonderful from any angle Steffe, but you definitely have a great view.

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

Absolutely marvelous photo - gorgeous colours.
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Christchurch Photo Diary said...

Wow, these are really cool night shots! Beautiful colours.

sapphire said...

Very beautiful. The colors are so vivid!

heph said...

nice photos

White Oleander said...

What a stunning view! I never seen such a beautiful sunset before.

JM said...

The reflection on the window is as good as the real thing! Good work, Steffe!