What the sun did today.

I think the sun was in a playful mood today.

First it (he?she?) was playing hide-and-seek, then it was playing peek-a-boo and after that it seems to be laughing. Yepp, our sun was super happy today.

You see the first picture? It was very strange, I could look right at the sun without any kind of filter, could see its shape and everything. For a moment there I got confused and thought it was the moon. So that is where it was playing hide-and-seek and it was trying to hide behind the clouds.

On the bottom pictures it was playing peek-a-boo πŸ™‚ Big dark & heavy clouds all around it with the sun peeking out every once in a while. And then there it was, in all its glory, smiling upon us and turning the sky blue. It went from a yellowy glow to blue skies. There was also a light snowfall which made everything glitter πŸ™‚

That is what our sun did today! πŸƒπŸƒ

~ Rebecca ~

http://www.wildernesslife.se

Categories: Arvidsjaur, Landscape, Lapland, Living in the wild, Nature, Photography, Snow, Sunrise & sunsets, Sweden, Swedish Lapland, Wilderness Life, Winter in Lapland | 8 Comments

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8 thoughts on “What the sun did today.

  1. Wonderful photos and a great write up πŸ™‚

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  2. Beautiful Rebecca! Love the golds!

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  3. The photos are amazing. Really beautiful.

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  4. Gorgeous photos. It’s as if the sun has a mind of its own. But so do the clouds. Are they competing or playing?

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  5. Thank you for your light and simply words! Thank you for your vibratory and delicious pictures!

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