Arriving back from Dublin – and going in for landing at Copenhagen airport, Kastrup – I could see that the winter had arrived too.
Also both heard on the news and read in the newspapers that Stockholm was hit with massive snowstorm a couple days earlier – everything stood still – airports closed and no trains moving.
But standing of the train in Landskrona was it very mild and even if there was snow … it did feel like winter. Saturday brought sunshine and it was quite mild.
So Sunday the winter hit us – with snow and storm – and it has been like that since then.
Had planned to travel over to mums on Sunday, but all public transport was all over the place – so
I did on Monday instead – no trains between some stations – but the buses made even if with slightly delays. The wind has been bitterly too – so I wasn’t too keen on taking the gloves of and get the camera out. But I manage some shots.
I started to take some photos from inside my apartment on Sunday and it was cozy to be indoors – warm and with my Christmas lights (only have a couple – not a Christmassy person), but I love all the light it creates during the winter. And I keep my up until the end of Febr.
In Lund around the station there was thousands bicycles that been in use for days – they looked very frozen too. It was impossible to bike in all that new snow and that strong wind
After posting the written cards – was it only the long leg and biggest foot first home to mum – it also gone too dark to get any good photos plus my batteries had run out. So I could keep my gloves on for a whole 10 mins. It was lovely warm at mums.
“Kindness is like snow – it beautifies everything it covers”