My ROD journal is being filled up, mostly with pictures of the snow we’ve got this winter. It has been an extraordinary winter for us here in Bergen. Usually we have some snow a week or two, the rest of the winter is dark, grey and WET. But this year the snow came at December 19. and it is still here!. At the most we had 63 cm snow on flatland (officially), in my garden it was more than 75 cm. We have not had this much snow since 1917 and 1918! But now it looks like the spring is comming, we haven’t had frost for several days, and the snow is melting every day. So there is still hope. Here are some of the pages in my ROD journal:
My head has been filled with a llittle too much lately, and I’m trying to finish some of my projects so I can concentrate on new ideas. «Wet crows don’t cry» is the title on an altered book I’m working with. The title is from a tv-program I had the audio-design on some years ago. And after working with this program, I really started looking at the crows in a different way. Here are two pictures from the book:
I’ve been making myself a new Sketchbook, filling it with many kinds of paper. My youngest daughter fell in love with it imediately and ordered one for herself.
I’m really satisfied with the result, and it was fun making it too.
I’ve finally had time to get started with my blog. Winter is rather hard here in Bergen, Norway this year. The snow came on Desember 19th, and since then it’s been frost, and more snow. And more frost. The result is heavy pollution, we have the highest results in Europe, nothing to be proud about. Here is no wind so all the pollution is laying safely in the valley between the mountains.
I’m also trying to arouse my creativity after the Christmas break. I have many loose ideas, hopefully something will come out of it all…
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