Sunday, January 27, 2013

Winter in Sweden

Winter in Sweden Little Lake in Jordbro, or as we like to call it Lillsjön. You have seen it before and you will probably see it again. On this visit it was -10C, but as we had a blue sky you didn't really feel the cold, (sure you did, I'm just pretending to be a Viking). Anyway it looked very different from the photo I showed you just four months ago. Press here to see for yourself.

6 comments:

Barbara Farr said...

Both beautiful shots.

Judy said...

Winter is more beautiful in Sweden.

Jack said...

What a spectacular place and what a spectacular photo!

Bob Crowe said...

I'll take the older picture but bright sunlight on snow has its own intense beauty. I've become less tolerant of cold as I grown older. It leads to one of the few benefits of global warming.

Rob said...

Pretty scene in this blanket of snow. Quite pretty festooned in autumn colors.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Blimey that's a lot of snow Steffe, it looks like it just fell in huge lump from the sky!