Sunday, May 19, 2013

a day of nothing much at all


it's that time of year again. the rapeseed fields are in full, buzzing bloom. it's that yellow that makes you feel a bit dizzy if you look at it directly. they speak the language of danish summer. short, fleeting, but intense.


today was filled with slow tasks. picking violets to make violet cordial. getting enough of them takes time and there's no way around it, you just have to pick them, one at a time. it was cloudy, but still and warm, so picking them was a pleasant, rather meditative task. it worked rather nicely to clear my mind and funnily enough, i didn't really think about anything at all in particular. some days, that's precisely what you need.



4 comments:

Bill Stankus said...

Do the wind mills (generators) blow rapeseed pollen?

Tracy Golightly-Garcia said...

Hello Julie

Beautiful,beautiful colors!! Makes me happy. :-)

Sandra said...

Beautiful. I have wild violets but not the patience to pick them. I imagine the cordial is worth the effort.

Rainy Soul said...

Sounds like a wonderful day, I could use one of those.

Thanks for sharing the images!