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WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Future tense/ Futurum

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flowers, Göteborg, Weekly Photo Challenge

Veckans bidrag till WordPress Photo Challenge är Futurum. Just nu längtar jag några veckor framåt i tiden, när askens lövtofsar lyser gröna och koltrasten slipper frysa i vinden.

Light has returned to Sweden, but we have had temperatures below zero for weeks and months now. We need to be reminded of what is waiting ahead. For the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge Future tense I’ve picked an old photo of mine, probably from May. The tree outside my window,  the mild air arriving, a blackbird on a twig – finally. I added another May-photo (or perhaps June) with rhododendron plants – I just had to.

There are very few links to music/youtube-videos in this blog. But there is a poetic, delicate young Swedish singer named Laleh (Pourkarim), who grew up in Göteborg. Here she sings about spring. The video is lovely, I think.

koltrast_ask2_web rhododendron_web

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Beautified photos of Swedish everyday life. Graphic designer making pictures mainly in Stockholm and Göteborg, Sweden. Grafisk designer som promenerar och fotograferar. Och gör världen vackrare.

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