North & South | #20

Winter Tree Sweden

Autumn Tree France

This series is about pairing two photos with similar textures, colors and composition — one from the North, one from the South. I’m looking for contributors! If you want to share your photos, you’re welcome to post a link in the comments or to email me. Do feel free to interpret “North” and “South” creatively: the difference in latitudes doesn’t have to be extreme!

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North & South | #14

new leaves, north sweden

new leaves, south sweden
I traveled to Stockholm, where spring greenery got a head start on our Västerbotten garden. But it’s coming, it’s coming. Here are some new leaves, North Sweden and South Sweden.

This series is about pairing two photos with similar textures, colors and composition — one from the North, one from the South. Would you like to share your photos? Great! You’re very welcome to post a link in the comments or to email me. Do feel free to interpret “North” and “South” creatively: the difference in latitudes doesn’t have to be extreme!

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North & South | #10

forest

leavesDrops of ice and rain, captured by Riri in Sweden and Guadeloupe. I call this perfection. Thanks, Riri!

This series is about pairing two photos with similar textures, colors and composition — one from the North, one from the South. I’m looking for contributors! If you want to share your photos, you’re welcome to post a link in the comments or to email me. Do feel free to interpret “North” and “South” creatively: the difference in latitudes doesn’t have to be extreme!

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summer memories

leaves, flowers and water
I think I might have caught a cold or something. You know, headache, sore throat, chills? That kind of thing. But, admittedly, life could much be worse. I’m sitting by the wood stove, wrapped in a cozy blanket, while yet another batch of thyme-peppermint-nettle-ginger tea is getting ready. And I’m gonna put honey in it, I’m telling you. In the meantime, digging into my archives to find something suitable for this week’s photo challenge, here’s what I’ve found. A glimpse of a warm, delightful, happy summer day. Gone, but not forgotten.