Travel Theme: Winter




There are such a lot of things that have no place in summer and autumn and spring. Everything that’s a little shy and a little rum. Some kinds of night animals and people that don’t fit in with others and that nobody really believes in. They keep out of the way all the year. And then when everything’s quiet and white and the nights are long and most people are asleep—then they appear. /T.Jansson/


Ailsa’s Travel Theme

18 thoughts on “Travel Theme: Winter

      1. Tatsat

        Long overdue 🙂
        Plus as they say, if you can’t agree on Christmas, when can you?

        I tweaked the original saying, but makes sense 🙂 A merry christmas to you Ese, in advance.


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  3. Pamela

    Popped in to see the red-eyed snowman Ailsa mentioned and glad I did! Love all the shots but the banner I find particularly impressive; I can feel the cold wet on my face; can smell the air and remember many an occasion when I walked that road – or ones very much like it. Happy New Year, all.


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