Now the temperatures are what they should be in March, clearly below zero centigrade at night and pleasantly warm during the day. The days are very bright, and photographywise the lighting is almost too harsh, at least to my taste. I love mornings and evenings, and yes, summer nights, too. In late winter, I find evenings especially magical. Do you know how the snow smells when its surface is melting during the day and refreezing at night?
In the morning photo below, the blue background is unfocused snow, not the sky:
Pussy willows grow close to the water.
"Soft kitty, warm kitty, little ball of fur..."
Since my recent, daylight photos are a little bit boring, I edited them for my mosaic. :) You can see I have already found some snowless spots near our home, especially under the trees!
The "mosaic tiles" are rather small, and that's why I wanted to add two of my favourite ones a little bit bigger:
Linking up with Judith
Have a lovely week!
PS Two weeks from today, I probably will not be able to participate in Mosaic Monday. The days start to be more hectic, when spring advances, and during the weekend I will visit our capital city.
The annual Spring Fair will be held at the Messukeskus Exhibition & Convention Centre in Helsinki from Thursday 26th to Sunday 29th March. What interests me most is of course the Spring Garden Fair, but there will be areas dedicated also to home-building and renovating, second homes, interior decoration, as well as organic and locally produced food. The displays are, unfortunately, arranged indoors (the climate!), but I will try to take as good pictures as I possibly can and to prepare some nice posts in the following week.
|Source: Messukeskus Mediabank|