Everything's going well here. I hope things are good for you as well. Been keeping busy and am finally getting the planting wrapped up. (things I bought last FALL!) You've done a beautiful job with your Cubit!
The days, they rattle past me, like a tunnel 'round a train.
amazing. how long does it take for someone who was not born there to get used to the changes as far as day light and night time. (did i say that correctly) see, i don't even live there and i am confused.
Beautiful Souls like Frank leave lasting memories in the hearts of those he touched .
Frank - I have no idea ..... maybe you don't get used to it .... I've lived here most of my life and I still think the winters are too dark and I always get slightly "manic" in summer because of the bright nights .... I find it impossible to go to bed early. Not because the light is keeping me up, but because I don't want to miss it I wouldn't mind hibernating in January to be honest ...... if it weren't for all the lights around Christmas I don't know how I'd get through the winter ....... people are even starting to keep some of them up until February when the day finally starts to get longer .... I did that this year and I think I'll do it again.
I really like this one - the light was so magical with the sun filtering through the clouds and the heavy snowfall ......
anyone care to guess what time of day this is? It was taken on January 6th 2007.
Frank - I hear ya! Traveling is a pain, but I think it's worth the trouble if you have the funds to do it - there are so many places I'd like to see with my own eyes I know you have your reason for not flying so I understand.
A cubit about the challenges of gardening and living in Iceland. The climate, the plants that can be grown here, beautiful gardens, beautiful scenery, a bit of culture and history and daily life before and after the economic collapse.