Sunday, January 10, 2010

Returning to the End

Seeing the World's End during summer, I wanted to go back and see how it looked in the winter.
We have been having a cold spell, making for wonderful crisp light, but hard to outside in. It makes it hard to breathe and your eyes burn.
But worth it, don't you think? I got there just in time for sunset and that special rosy colour it makes during winter.
Eventhough the rocks are smooth from centuries of wind and sea, snow always finds a way of sticking to it,
making wonderful icy sculptures.
And the everchanging lights.
The statue of the fisherman's family feels more suited to this kind of weather, feeling the icy wind buffeting you around,
staring into yet another sunset, all alone.

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