A morning stroll out on the pier



Actually I think I was made for warmer climate. I always thought that I was supposed to be Brazilian. In every way for the warm and all the fun. But it seems to me that I continue to be Swedish even tough I dream of a house with a pool and palm trees. But since we started to be long periods in this cottage in Dalarna my feeling for winters have changed. It started with skiing. There is no things so fun as skiing and I feel like the best parent ever. We do great stuff together out in the wild, the kids get roses on their cheeks and we are outdoorsy! Then I also started to wear warmer, cause worthy functional clothes – works like magic for a freezing person like me. And yeas I know this is no rocket science. But also just having real winters makes me love it even more. I mean just look at the light and the force of nature with the ice!
These images are taken on the 620 meter (2034 feet)  long pier in a village called Rättvik in Dalarna!

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9 Responses to A morning stroll out on the pier

  1. astrid January 4, 2013 at 19:39 #

    How beautiful, i walked on that bridge two summers ago. it´s so special up there.

  2. Jenny Brandt January 4, 2013 at 19:43 #

    så snyggt!

  3. http://cirkusiskogen.blogspot.se/ January 4, 2013 at 20:34 #

    Skidåkningen har frälst mig med, den på längden. Sen har jag alltid tyckt att världen blir mer som i en saga med massor av snö, den som uppfann snö hade verkligen bra fantasi. / Sanna

    • Isabelle January 4, 2013 at 22:14 #

      Jag har inte provat på längden än- inte sen jag var barn. Vallningen skrämmer mig lite. Men har tänkt att nästa år så… Snö är verkligen magiskt!

  4. Carina January 5, 2013 at 08:45 #

    Wao, sååå snyggt!

  5. Rita Laranja January 5, 2013 at 15:13 #

    i’m just in love with your blog :)) lovely pictures!

    • Isabelle McAllister January 5, 2013 at 23:45 #

      Rita! So glad to hear this! Thank you! Xx isabelle

  6. Madeline January 6, 2013 at 01:51 #

    Truly beautiful photos of a Northern Winter. I often think that I should live in the Mediterranean, for sun and warmth, but I do love the Winter for frost and snow. Never been skiing but I do like to go sledging (all wrapped up in snow gear). We just don’t get enough snow in the UK though.

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