10 November 2011

Scandinavian Autumn - November in Norway




November is a special month. It has a subtle character and if it were a person, I am sure it would have been classified as a melancholic introvert. The early days of November open themselves to the first shy frost and the sea, wild as it is, slowly prepares itself for more substantial cold. As days progress it gets calmer and calmer.

November is a month of reflections. It is the time of the year when quietly the leafless trees look down to the mirror-like water and mourn their bare branches, falling slowly asleep. Some of them have kept their apples just to make sure they will have feathery visitors for just a little while more. 

This month I am starting a linky party in which you will be able to share how YOU see nature and the progression of the seasons, so I can't wait for you to link up! Just scroll to the end of the post to learn how to do it.

And now, enjoy November in Norway as I've seen it in the past few years. 

 


To see previous entries in the series, click here.

Read more about Through the Looking Glass project here.

For the first time today I invite you to share YOUR photos using the linky tool below. 





Kanelstrand




How to join:
  • Create a new post, or link to a post you have already published on your blog. It should have one or several photos showing the beauty of nature through the seasons. It is up to you to decide whether to write anything or not but it always is great to know more about the story behind the photo.
  • Make sure to link back to the party in your blog post (you can grab the button or include a text link).
  • Enter your post to the linky by clicking the button that says "Click here to enter".
Make sure you link directly to your Through the Looking Glass post. You can do this by clicking on view post on your edit post page or by clicking on your post title. Then copy the URL and paste it into the linky.

Visit as many blogs on the list as you like and share the love by commenting from your heart.

The linky will remain open for 2 weeks, until November 24th.

I can't wait to see your photos! Link up, don't be shy!