Some or maybe all of my photos may be to dark to see for those of You that can´t tilt Your screen towards or away from You. I´m sorry about that but the morning was rather dark because of the fog.
It´s one of these mornings when it´s impossible to decide wether it´s cold or warm and how the day may progress. The night has been warmer than most summer nights, but now has the temperature dropped some and does that mean that it´s going to be a cold day?
The fog is laying thick around us and the humidity is so high that I can hear a constant dripping from the vegetation and our homes. But since there´s no wind it feels kind of pleasant to be out there walking. The only thing that can be heard is some cranes in a field nearby and some of the smaller birds waiting for me to fill the feeder.
My dogs are soaking wet after our walk and Teodor is quite dirty since he laid down and rolled on the gravel road when he saw us come back from the walk. Bertil however would never do such a thing, he knows he´s the king of the cottage.
I can feel the smell of smoke in my kitchen. I started a fire in the stove, not because it´s cold but to keep the high humidity outside the cottage. I have a cup of tea by the computer and when looking out the windows nothing moves out there. It feels like I might be the last person still on this planet.
Have a great day now!
By the way, do You know that the english word Window actually comes from the swedish language? Long ago we called windows for Vindöga (wind eye) here in Sweden. The english language borrowed that word and changed it to window. We swedes however stopped using that word and borrowed the word Fenster from the german language. We now days call windows for fönster :-)