Snow today! When it is cold these mobile street-restaurants attracts people. They sell warm sausages and soft bread with mustard and ketchup.
This image is from the beginning of November. Before the general election for the local communities. That is the reason for the posters with politicians.
Sne i dag! SÃ¥ synes jeg at det var pÃ¥ plads med en pÃ¸lsevogn….
In November we got:
26 hours of sunshine
27 days with rain
7.3 deg C in average -Â that’s Â 2.6 deg more than normal
Data from DMI
I november fik vi:
7,3 grader i gennemsnit – det er 2,6 grader over normalen
Data fra DMI
Happy Thanksgiving to all of you celebrating this today.
Here in Denmark we don’t have this tradition. Today was ‘Just another thursday’.
As you can see November isn’t just gray and dark. This is from a path to the lake you saw earlier this month.
Jeg havde nÃ¦sten glemt Sunday Stills. Her er mit bidrag til ‘Heste’.
I almost forgot Sunday Stills. This is my contribution to “Horses“. This couple were scared by a rock-band playing in the central Prague.
Scott Thomas har udskrevet endnu en udfordring.
Denne gang er temaet: “November“. LÃ¦s hans korte instruktion og deltag. Jo flere, der er med, Â jo sjovere er det.
Scott Thomas called us for the last time this year – perhaps.
This time the assignment theme is: “November“. Read his short instructions and participate.
Scott has an extraordinary sunset with magnificent colors. That is not my kind of November. IÂ think of Â November as one of – perhaps the darkest months of the year.
Late sunrise, early sunset.
Most days are gray and rainy. At least this year.
The storms effectively rips off the last colored leaves and lets the trees stand naked until spring.
But, even the wind has to rest. Then it’s good to take a walk in the woods and to the lake.
I like when nature is in this mood.
The wind hasn’t needed a rest yet. Until then we’ll have to settle with this image from ’08.
Photoshopping? Not this time..
Photoshop? Ikke denne gang…
Not all the buildings in Prague are old and traditional. This one is called Fred and GingerÂ – or The Dancing House.
Ikke alle bygninger i Prag er traditionelle. Denne kaldes det dansende hus, eller Fred og Ginger .
En gentagelse fra 2008. Dette er det ABSOLUT mest besÃ¸gte billede pÃ¥ min blog. Jeg er altid glad for kommentarer, isÃ¦r vil jeg godt vide hvorfor der er flere besÃ¸g pÃ¥ dette, end der er pÃ¥ alle de andre tilsammen. Nogen af jer ved hvorfor. Lad mig det vide ogsÃ¥…
Here is a reprise from 2008. This is by far the most visited image on my blog. I’m always happy with the comments I get. In this case I’d like to know why this image has more visits than all the others together. Some of you know – please let me too.
Den Gyldne Stad er sÃ¦rligt synlig om natten.
The Golden City is visible at night too.
Et indlÃ¦g til Scott Thomas’ udfprdring “vand”.
Another contribution to Scott Thomas’ challenge “Water”.