Dark and rainy

Dark in the morning when I go to work.
Dark in the morning when I go to work.

It is a bit repetitive saying it is dark when I go out in the morning and it is dark when I go home in the afternoon but that is how it is. On Saturday I went exploring mostly because I had to kill some time waiting for my smart phone screen to be replaced. I had been thinking all week I wanted to get on Rya ridges to see a view over Borås but felt too tired on Saturday morning. But whenit turned out that I got an hour to kill I decided to walk a bit up on the ridge and managed to get a look out over Borås a little obscured by trees before returning. There are viewing points further up but didn´t feel up to it.  So I finally got the see a piece of Rya ridges.

The weather has been rainy but above the freezing point. As you can see in the pictures it is wet, but I think there has been a short glimpse of the sun every day even though the weather is rather grey and dreary. Today on sunday I looked out of the window at the right time and caught the sight of the sun glittering in thousands of waterdrops in the tree in front of the house. But the sun soon disappeared and it was as usual in November grey and dull weather.

More pictures on Our World Tuesday and on Skywatch.

 

Walking home later than usual as I worked until 19.00 on Thursday.
Walking home later than usual as I worked until 19.00 on Thursday. The little path through the copse does look spooky.
On Rya ridges.
On Rya ridges.
A view of Borås obscured by trees.
A view of Borås obscured by trees.
Small brooks murmured on the ridge.
Small brooks murmured on the ridge.
Fallen trees on the ridge to help the wildlife and the wild flora.
Fallen trees on the ridge to help the wildlife and the wild flora.
A short glimpse of the sun glittering in the waterdrops in the tree in front of the house.
A short glimpse of the sun glittering in the waterdrops in the tree in front of the house.
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