Wednesday, October 29, 2014

When the sun goes down...



... I sit in the dark watching the pink shades disappear behind the apple trees. And I am amazed.
... my laundry hangs still and calm and the light from inside looks so inviting and cozy. And I suddenly feel a bit chilly.
... the moon makes his entrance, proud and almost full against the dark blue evening sky. And I feel thankful.
... then the kids jump high on top of the hill so I can practice shutter speed and silhouette photography. And I am loving it.

When the sun goes down I sum up the day and I feel lucky.

Kärlek
Annette




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21 comments :

  1. Wow! Wonderful! Yes you are lucky!
    Isabella

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  2. Wow - that last photo is fantastic. :) x

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    1. Happy to inspire. Thanks for visiting.
      Xxx
      Annette

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  4. Nice post, I also just published similar:-)
    Annette, see my blog post today.

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    1. Thank you Clare. Have a lovely day.
      Xxx
      Annette

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  6. Lovely photos. Your home looks idyllic.....much darker, chillier and generally more miserable looking here in England!! xx

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    1. Hi
      You never know when the sun might appear. We have many dull and grey days here too. This just happened to be a good day. Thanks for popping in.
      Xxx
      Annette

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  7. :) Love the silhouettes of the kids :)

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    1. Yes! It is a great picture. I am so pleased with it. Thanks for visiting today.
      xxx

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  8. I especially love the one of your children's silhouettes jumping in the grass against the sky! Nice picture story-telling!

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    1. Thank you Sandra. I love telling stories with pictures. Thanks for your feed back. I appreciate it. I have to practise more on night photography though... Slowly I'm learning.
      Xxx

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  9. Вот это фотографии! Класс!

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  10. Beautiful.....love the one with the silhouettes :)

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  11. Night time photography is difficult - you've done very well.

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Kärlek
Annette

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