Yesterday was so beautiful, wintery, magical and after all really sunny, that I thought – why not go out and take some nice pictures. I don’t have any specific equipment, but I took some nice ones, just with my phone. It only proves one thing – you don’t need much to do much. So, enjoy my pictures from Hamar.
I decided to go by the Mjøsa, my usual destination for small walks. And it was the best decision, due to the beautiful view of half-frozen lake, and the Sun which made it all glitter and shine. There were a lot of folks just wandering around like me, enjoying the peaceful scenery.
I decided to step up my strolling game, and went for a little island, which is only avaible during winter time (when the lake is frozen and you can manage to walk through it). There were already some footsteps, so I thought it should be easy to get there. And how suprised I was, when I discovered what’s on there (not only the view).
There were only two small trees and a mysterious stone on the edge, which, from the distance, looked just like a random one. But I decided to go and checked it out, because I thought it was too random for this little island.
With a closer look, the stone was actually some kind of sculpture with a whole looking like a human figure. Underneath there was a poem by Lars Saabye Christensen. Actually I could understand it quite well, so I think I will make another post with translation of it and a little research, since I don’t want this post to be too long.
While turning to the direction of the city centre, I came to this scene, which, I thought, was quite cute. The ducks were so brave, that they came just by the people to get their share of food.
Well, I hope you guys enjoyed my little photo session. I plan to do the revealing of the poem on this friday, so stay tuned!
Have a nice Sunday.