February Photoblogging Challenge - today: Warm.

February Photoblogging Challenge - today: Rise. It’s only 8:30 and the sun has already risen, summer is soon here.

February Photoblogging Challenge - today: Attached. When the headset was attached to the actual phone

February Photoblogging Challenge - today: Plain. Just a plain wall

February Photoblogging Challenge - today: Sign. Sigh, yet another sign of global warming: +6 in February

February Photoblogging Challenge - today: Lull. A moment of peace

February Photoblogging Challenge - today: Contrast. Low contrast morning today

Umeå

February Photoblogging Challenge - today: Above. The building where I spend too much time

February Photoblogging Challenge - today: Plant. I see these “symbolic” plants all over the university and can’t stop thinking “do they feel lonely?”

February Photoblogging Challenge - today: Hide. Look the sun has stopped hiding in the morning

February Photoblogging Challenge - today: Spot.

February Photoblogging Challenge - today: Reflect. The vinter sun reflects in a car window

February Photoblogging Challenge - today: Sight. A fairly common sight right now

February Photoblogging Challenge - today: Open. I’m trying to convince my sons cat to go out … but she thinks it’s a silly idea

Det finns säkert en intressant historia…

Two older women walking along the street discussing what happened during the weekend and why one of them didn’t attend an event. In other words much like any teenager … humans are pretty much the same despite the age.

Good morning world

Welcome home

It might be gray and dull during the day (basically 10-14) but during the sunset it has been VERY colorful the last few days

Yep, today is one of those gray days when you really want to curl up in to sofa and do nothing. Please let it become cold soon … with some fresh, fluffy snow

I really like those clouds, they are so beautiful

Afternoon walk

Winter with some snow

You see that yellow thing in the distance? It’s the sun and in 5 months it will be up in the sky for almost 22 of 24 hours