Imaginary Karin - winter scenery

The photo above is not black and white, nature just lost all its colours that day. I love when the frost clings to the trees and make everything white, it’s so pretty!

I always take a lot of photos of nature, but especially in the winter (and autumn). IMO, snow and ice makes everything look just a little bit more magical.

Here’s a photo dump from the past month or so. Scroll to the bottom if you’re just here for the dog. πŸ˜‰

Imaginary Karin - winter scenery

Imaginary Karin - winter scenery

Imaginary Karin - winter scenery

Imaginary Karin - winter scenery

Imaginary Karin - winter scenery

Imaginary Karin - me and Zappo

^ Here’s evidence I could never be a fashion blogger.
This is basically what I look like from November to March: nothing but thick sturdy (and shapeless) winter clothes, usually matched with a face flushing red from the cold.

I like pretty clothes as much as the next girl, but when you’re in the middle of a Scandinavian winter and the temperature drops below a certain threshold, all thoughts of being stylish goes out the window ?

Imaginary Karin - my whippet Zaphod

Imaginary Karin - my whippet Zaphod

The photos of Zaphod are taken by Markus. He recently bought a new camera and borrowed some kind of fancy lens from work, so he has been practising using the dog for a model. I think the photos look really good, I might have to learn how to use that thing too.

Slightly off-topic, but I can’t believe the dog will be 12 years old next month! He used to have a black face with just a white strip down the ridge of his nose, and now he’s all white! But he’s still beautiful, my old boy. ❀