Friday, February 08, 2013

Snow-covered roof

Snow-covered roof
A building at a horse farm in Lillgården. I will try to remember to go back for a summer version. The reason for that is that the roof will look very different in a few months time as it is a grass roof!

10 comments:

Honest Abe said...

When I was in Japan, almost all of the roofs were made from straw-like material. Sections of it could be removed and replaced quickly.

Hilda said...

Would love to see how you do grass roofs there.

VP said...

I like that ladder and the idea of grass roofs...

LONDONLULU said...

Very pretty scene - are the grass roofs similar to the thatched roofs in England I wonder? Amazing.

LOLfromPasa said...

Yes, I am curious to see what the roof looks like. Plenty of snow there - beautiful!

Mo said...

Yes do. What we love most about your posts are the season comparisons. They are so very different to anywhere else we see.

Stefan Jansson said...

I might have a photo of the grass roof at flickr, but I will try to get new one soon. I hope.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Do you mean to say there is a layer of grass growing under all that snow Steffe, imagine!

kostas said...

I have just finnished a phone call with my cousin in Upsala.She told me that you have too much snow and very cold!A very different image,we have sunshine and cold about 8-10C.
Have a nice weekend.
Kostas

Stefan Jansson said...

We had a very grey day today. I guess around 0C.