Tuesday, 13 November 2012

The nightless summer nights



Dreaming about the nightless summer nights, when 

the sun rays caress the lake and the forest thoughout the night,
the bonfire sends tiny little sparks up in the air, 
the soft silence falls in the small hours of the morning as the birds go to sleep,
the serene peacefulness surrounds you ...

When you're just enjoying in this moment,
the precious nightless night.


teksture by Kim Klassen
-kristin-
kimklassencafe

20 comments:

  1. Good memories for Bryan and me, Nina! I've been thinking a lot about you, since you and Bryan share a birthday tomorrow! I have a day off today and so made him a special birthday surprise of Karelian/Karjalan pies... another reason to think of you!
    Thank you so much for investing the time and energy to write this blog... we enjoy it very much! Happy Birthday from Oregon! Tina

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    1. Thank you Tina! And Happy Birthday to Bryan from all of us! How nice to hear from you, I hope you all are doing fine! Oh - Bryan must be so glad for the Karjalan Piirakka - We are so happy that you were able to come to our wedding! I still remember the delicious & lovely decorated birthday cake you baked to me back in CTS ... and your card inspiration with stamps and stencils - now I'm able to buy stamps here in Denmark :)
      I'm happy to hear that you like to follow my little blog - I relax by baking and taking pictures (making cards, knitting...) and this blog is a nice way of sharing pictures and a little bit of the daily life :)
      Lots of love to Your & Bryan from all of us - and greetings to the girls!

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  2. what a peaceful and beautiful pic! :)

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  3. I love this - with the oar extending into the picture. Great color!

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  4. Beautiful. I can almost hear that silence...with a soft sound of oar. Lovely shot and texture.... I must start joining in with this again!
    Jenni

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    1. Thank you Jenni ... rowing is lovely, just the sound of the nature and oars.

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  5. What a lovely peaceful scene.

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  6. What a beautiful, peaceful picture!

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    1. Hi Debbie, the picture is taken from the lake close by my mom, a little village, lots of forests and lakes.

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  7. Gorgeous picture and your words are beautifully evocative too.

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  8. Nina, I have never heard of this quote...beautiful!
    Laurie

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    1. Thank you Laurie, I like Pablo Nerudas poems, somehow they are very thoughfull, expressing a lot with a few sentences.

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  9. AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH... mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!

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