On the dike at Westermarkelsdorf. Love those walks on the hazy coast, and of course the evenings thereafter at the chimney fire with my sweethearts and some good black tea with rock sugar.
Back from a week on the coast. It was a pleasure to celebrate the christmas days there, again. Though the weather was very rough with rain and storm this year, we’ve had a wonderful time.
I’ll wish you all the best for the upcoming year. May all your dreams and wishes come true!
December is here, and donates the first frosty day.
God gave us memories that we might have roses in December
- John M. Barrie
More from the woods. Leaves are falling quickly now. Guess the indian summer won’t last long. Was short but nice this year.
Some autumnal scenes from today at dusk. Please click the Thumbnails for a larger size.
Autumn is really the best of the seasons; and I’m not sure that old age isn’t the best part of life. But of course, like autumn, it doesn’t last.
Time to harvest the fields, again. And as every year around this time, I remember that I’ve planned to make a four seasons shooting on one single location since ages. Well, one must always have some plans in the photo bag ;-).