Every now and again, it appears as if mother nature finds it prudent to remind us that she’s in control of things. Some times, she throws a temper tantrum. Some times, she goes for spectacular. And some times – well, she goes for something a little more subtle.Read More
Having grown up by the sea, I never cease to be transfixed at the sight of a beautiful, quiet sunset. Perhaps it’s nostalgia, perhaps it’s something else; still, one will be hard pressed to argue that a front row ticket to this view wouldn’t simply melt stress away.
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I‘ve said it before and I’ll say it again: few things brings rest to a busy mind in the same way mother nature can. This time around, I’d like to draw attention to the recent work of a fellow Norwegian, whose movie shows off some of Norway’s most spectacular scenery, and an arctic light phenomenon which – as of yet – apparently has no name.Read More
There’s something peculiarly soothing about the stillness of a lake – and perhaps even more so in the morning, just before the world wakes up and starts moving at breakneck speed, annihilating the possibility of enjoying a quet moment.
This reminds me of camping as a kid, when digital distractions were nowhere to be found. All we could do was talk to each other, and – once we ran out of words – just listen to the silence and the birds.