Moment to Moment
A photographical journal
Sunday, October 21, 2012
On a warm october day/ En varm dag i oktober
On the warmest october day in Denmark in 135 years we went on a bicycle ride around our new neighborhood to see what we might find....
All so close to home, so lovely...
Friday, October 19, 2012
A Walk in the Woods
“There is a pleasure in the pathless woods; There is a rapture on the lonely shore;
There is society, where none intrudes,
By the deep sea, and music in its roars:
I love not man the less,
but Nature more...”
― George Gordon Byron —
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Inspired by the season
Autumn is upon us, with grey skies, lots of rain and winds.
I am inspired to take walks along the country roads by our house,
in the woods or by the lakes,
gathering bits of autumns beauty and bringing it inside to warm our house
along with lots and lots of candles...
Monday, August 13, 2012
Nøkken; A children's garden. Nøkken; En have for børn.
Nøkken is a Waldorf garden-preschool located in Copenhagen.
I read about Nøkken
when I first got interested in the Waldorf approach to
early childhood "education" almost nine years ago, and now for the next year I will be working there.
Funny isn't it, that I should now be caring for other peoples children as I have just sent my own off to a Waldorf school for the first time as well.
I feel it is good and right for my children to be spending a few hours a day in a lovely
Waldorf school, they love it, and I must say that I am enjoying this opportunity to
work away from home for the first time since they were born.
Nøkken, I feel, is a very special place. So much to learn here, such potential for growth as I sink into the tight rhythm which, I believe, allows for the peace,
calm and sense of security that this little garden and the children in it permeates.
I feel very fortunate indeed for this opportunity!
Lots of preparations happening for the coming of the harvest fest..
Apples from the garden is strung in the trees, made into apple sauce for lunch, cooked for a syrup
or pressed for juice...
On the daily walks we always bring something to busy our hands, straw to make wreaths
for the harvest fest, and berries to string and decorate also for the harvest fest coming soon.
The bucket below holds the butter knives that the smallest children
use to "carve" with when we stop on the walk