Natural elements & green

DSC_7126DSC_7150I can’t live without green or natural elements.

These pictures are by Christian Houge.

Love those raindrops. The dark blue. And the deep green.

The green picture on top is me,  in a pond surrounded by lilies.

So proud of that picture. So glad for the opportunity.

The pond was so cold (!!!), that grey day in september, several years ago.

Well. A great memory to have hanging on the wall!

Love it more and more.

PS. Can you spot the original bottle opener? Found it at a flea marked. Too funny!

Wish you all a lovely weekend.


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Thanksgiving. Be thankful.



Happy Thanksgiving.

Be extra thankful today for what you have. Be thankful for others. Thank others.

`Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more.

If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough.`

Opera Winfrey.

Enjoy, Signe




Roses from the Rosendal Barony garden.  A beautiful place in earth.

Read more about it here

Golden details. Slow pace.


DSC_7199Taking time. Time to do nothing.

Just be.

Golden straws from the garden remind me of warm sunrays…

Taking time doing what I like to do, not what I have to do.

Or should do.

There is a difference.

Think about it… and then!

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The brown vase is an old favorite, brand PLUS. The small white and blue vase is Kråkerøy Keramikk. Both found at a flea marked.Tivoli chairs from Montana. The table was bought at a barn sale years ago. The lamp Evergreen is new, from Northern lighting. The small round porcelain candlelight holder is from Rosendahl. 

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Secondhand stuff

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Spending time in my house.

Location Rosendal.

Jumped in the fjord this morning.

Felt rather refreshed afterwards. You can imagine!!!

I´m using the rest of the day rearranging and capturing motives with my new 50 mm lens. Love it already.

Have so many secondhand objects waiting to be used.

And I do love mixing old and new!

Do you?


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The photographies on the wall are by Christian Houge.