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Dag 16 - Vinter Ikon


I dag tog jeg mit Nikon D300 med et Sigma 70-200 mm f/2.8 zoom (svagt lys udefor i øjeblikket) og gik en lang tur sammen med Lucca. Forhåbningerne var høje - nu skulle jeg finde et fedt "dagens foto". Men himlen var grå og en kombination af vind og kulde satte sit præg på dagen.
Det er nærmest som om alt levende holder vejret og venter på bedre vejr. Mit blik søgte op og her fik jeg øje på en klase blade der hang løst i en anden gren og bare ventede på at gennemføre det sidste fald til jorden og forrådnelse. Et værdigt "ikon" for vinterens barske greb om Danmark og naturen.
Ellers har jeg arbejdet med at pifte designet på bloggen op. Jeg håber, I kan lide de små ændringer.

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