Sun through the fog

It’s that time of year when the word Påskestemning starts getting tossed around a lot. Translation: Easter feeling/mood. What it truly represents: The coming of spring.  It is best known as skiing in your t-shirt because it’s warm and sunny and winter is ending. This is most often experienced in the mountains at Eastertime (Påske) and involves a stay in a family cabin (hytte). You might have to take the good with the bad – a day of very foggy skiing before your day of glorious sun, but you might also be lucky enough to see one of my favourite machines – the snow machine that grooms the trails.  It’s a mean machine.  (Skeikampen, Gausdal, Norway)

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Published by Outspoken Images by Marie Warner Preston

Creating illustrations for sustainability, stewardship, and science communication.

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