Long-time readers of my blog will know that I have been an enormous fan of Patrick Rothfuss since his first book, The Name of The Wind, was published back in 2007. The first part of an epic fantasy trilogy, I was breath-taken by his beautiful and poetic way with words and the way he combined so many disciplines of thought in his writing to create a story which was genuinely unique – a rare feat in this day and age. The second book, the even more epic thousand pager The Wise Man’s Fear was at least as good as his first novel, achieved huge critical and commercial success and has for years left many of us patiently waiting for the final part of this story.
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This weekend me and my family drove some 1000 km up to more northern parts of Sweden to attend my uncle’s wedding, here are some photos from the adventure, filled with breathtaking nature and a gorgeous wedding couple!😉 Warning for photo overload & click for bigger versions.
Hope you enjoyed the photos! Now it’s time for bed (as it has been for a few hours now..)
One of the things that fascinated me with London was all the green places, especially the unkempt ones. I noticed when I got back home that most of my photos weren’t very typical London tourist photos.. but that also represents this trip very well – it wasn’t one of those trips. It was a magical ten days of exploring. On many levels.
When I decided to colour my hair I wasn’t sure for how long I’d keep it that way. I’m still not sure of course, but it has really grown on me, even though I loved my blonde hair this new red just feels.. like me. As if I was born with it. Either way I am really happy with the colour and the fairytale sort of vibe that it creates
Hampstead Heath was one of those places I just really wanted to visit. And as it turned out it was a magical place, it felt like we were walking around in a fairytale all day.. Click the images for a better view
So this post was mainly just photos from our visit to Hampstead Heath but I really just liked them all so much and wanted to show you what a beautiful place it is!