high voltage

…sunset at the railway cross. “Livsfarlig ledning” means “Hazardous high voltage”. I took these walking home today and yesterday. Snaps on the go. Probably the last snaps from a walk at lat 60 for a while. Heading south and across the ocean to the North American winter at lat 4o and thereabouts. People have warned me for the winter there, that it can’t be that much of fun to travel in the mud and slush there, but a Polar Bear has no problems with such. The only thing I fear is the lack of preparation for snow. Here we’re quite used to it (even if some politician seems to forget that this is a country that gets snow in the winters too). Thus I’ll probably not get time or opportunity to post more than a snap or two the coming weeks, but I hope you’ll not give up on the lady dandelion blog even if it hibernates for a few weeks. You could always leave a comment below and tell me what you’d wish me to write about. So: À bientôt. And don’t forget that it is not good for you to eat yellow snow.

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7 Responses to high voltage

  1. Leah in NC says:

    I hope you have a wonderful time visiting us. Maybe the weather will cooperate and there won’t be any travel issues… I’m looking forward to hearing about your trip when you get back!

  2. Tony says:

    Hope you’re having good time over there. I am looking forward to the return of Dandelion and miss the posts.

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  4. ArchiMark says:

    Very nice pics and have a wonderful, safe trip over here on our side of the pond…..

  5. Gentian says:

    Have fun on your trip! :D Really love the last photo.

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