The temperatures are fluctuating wildly… One day starts at -20°C and my thermometer hits +18°C when the sun shines on it in the afternoon. Don’t believe me? Here’s proof:
I took both pictures on the same day at the beginning of March. And of course, when it was so nice and warm outside, I couldn’t stay inside, so I took a long walk around the village to Grössjön and back home again.
The ice on the lake was still thick and strong enough to walk on it, so I took the path over the ice.
When the sun slowly faded it became cold quite quickly so then I went on my way a little faster to get home before it would get even colder!
The road was incredibly beautiful and the sun was shining so brightly, being reflected off of the snow, that I could hardly see where I was going.
When I arrived home, I was cold and enjoyed the evening with a little fire, some tea and a good book.
There has been more warm days since then, some of the snow has melted away, but on other days more snow has fallen down. I love how the landscape and everything looks and can’t get enough of the weather and climate up here in the north. Even though I (still) don’t want winter to end, I can’t wait for spring and summer to come around, to see even more facettes to the beautiful nature and landscapes here.