Just a small reminder (to myself) that under all those puffy blankets of starry snow, green things do happen. Just a bit later.
Greetings from happy drawing hands,
1. Reykjavík, 2007 (Happily walking home with a bagful of nice comics from the best library.)
2. Þórsmörk, 2004 (The hottest day of that summer, glaciers were melting so quickly and we were a bit worried if we get over a river.)
3. Hveragerði, 2004 (Walked as long as the hot and cold rivers were combining the water perfect to swim. Ate pie laying on the grass.)
This time of year is always the hardest - no fun festive things anymore, just winter stretching out while you're aching for spring. It is coming.ReplyDelete
Thank you for this touch of green, it has helped stave off the winter doldrums!ReplyDelete
Stunning scenery - I long to go into the country now and see the wilderness.ReplyDelete
Those are beautiful photos of such a gorgeous land! A very welcome bit of green in the midst of the snowy season.ReplyDelete
I saw these and knew instantly where they were! I just got back from a winter trip to iceland, and I long to go back in the summer.ReplyDelete
Wow, what a beautiful scenery! It must be very inspiring! Thanks for posting.ReplyDelete
It always helps to think about spring when it's white outside. We're not too far from it now : )ReplyDelete
hello my dearestReplyDelete
wow...very spectacular photographs
and i love the yellow flowers, so joyful
Oh I love these photographs and the feeling of rambling through the beautiful landscape of Iceland.ReplyDelete
Also - I *love* your illustrations.
Oh wow! I want to go there now! It feels like its never going to stop raining here in Australia.ReplyDelete
lovely green! the last shot is dreamy. :)ReplyDelete
i am so happy happy happyReplyDelete
a beautiful envelope from Finland was brought by the postman today :o)
i will email you later
big warm thank you hugs xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox
voila: it is like to be hair cell or a month, no TV, no radio, no computer with tea, chocolate, a sketchbook, some pencils and my family. Thank you for making me dream again!ReplyDelete
oh my, how beautiful! you are so lucky to live in such a gorgeous place!ReplyDelete
hi anna, i´m so curious about what your happy hands are drawing.:):):) lovely greetings from berlin, lotte.ReplyDelete
Amazing view! I love these photographs, beautiful especially the first one.ReplyDelete
Glad I found your blog!!
i'm thrilled how beautiful a country can be! thank you for showing these pictures. i want to go there...ReplyDelete
W O W. nature is so beautiful. love these!ReplyDelete
Ive had the pleasure of finding you through Millie Meadowsweet's blog - your work is wonderful, I am inspired and happy to have found you.
Julia x x x
Good morning, Anna Emilia...so glad I found you today (through Millie). Your posts are filled with so much love and joy and make me feel so peaceful...ReplyDelete
What a beautiful country you live in. I'm looking forward to my next visit and getting to know you better.
Hope your day is cozy and wonderful...
I started seeing your blog and than... I just couln't stop!!! Totaly love your work!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much everyone, happy that you enjoyed the small moment of spring and summer with me.ReplyDelete
Hello all the new here, welcome!
Hearts to you all!