I went out to do the weekly photo challenge, Refraction. If this tells you nothing, check out The Daily Post 😉
I solemnly swear to do the challenge every week from now on!
(or at least until the new year)
Because the world is even shinier through the viewfinder.
I’ve been consumed with work lately. Written like that it might seem dreary for people who don’t enjoy their work, but for me: It’s WONDERFUL!
I only wish the days were longer… while they’re literally getting shorter. Høstjevndøgn in Norway falls on 23. September. It’s when the day and night are equally long. (Called equinox in English, according to Google Translate.)
And on the Thursday closest to this date, a magical event finds place to remind us that the dark season is full of light.
4,000 torches light up the Akerselva river.
Akerselva is decorated for the night walk.
In the dark, you find artsy stuff – like this poem.
Some places along the river are very dark. Most of the electric lightning is off for this night.
Choir in the dark.
Join the shadow play.
Dancing in the dark
More about this event – yeah, #2lazy2write