Winter cabin

With Christmas out of the way, and still some months of winter to experience, there is more to winter than the year end holidays. 

The world offers immense beauty during the colder months of the year. 

From decorative barren tree branches, to the snowcapped mountains, the beauty of the season is an ample playground of new games and viewpoints to explore. 

Living in London means we get small glimpses of winter prettiness in the parks and from buildings offering high views accross and over the city and suburbs. 

Over time I saved photos of winter experiences I would love to materialise on winter cabin on Pinterest

Before making another dream come true in northest north of Norway, here are a few shots of winter beauty others inspired us with. 

An Oregon Wolf, Profiled

The stoic biologist, places the first tracking collar around the neck of a tranquilized wolf OR4 and the juxtaposition of the relationship dynamic begins….

via An Oregon Wolf, Profiled

https://www.outsideonline.com/2255971/very-old-man-wolf

I am intrigued by the relationship of man to animal, and how 80% of animals on earth have been domesticated.

And in the 21st century, being a competent wolf isn’t enough to stay alive. You must also—impossibly—know your place.