torsdag, september 15, 2005

Seasonally inappropriate HNT


Yes, I know. I'm cheating. I'm not half-nekkid. The ground isn't half-nekkid. In fact, absolutely nothing in this photograph is in any way half-nekkid.

However, it fits the weather. After a reasonably sunny and nice few weeks, today was gloomy, somewhat grey, a slight amount windy, and at one point really rainy. It's not that cold, and it's not snowing yet (and won't for a while - Copenhagen isn't that far North really)...but I can feel the colder darker times a-comin'.

So, this photo, taken last January during a hike in the woods behind where I live. In my defense, let me point out politely that we are all half-nekkid under our clothes.

12 kommentarer:

Jenny sagde ...

Thanks for the AWFUL reminder that winter is coming---:o) Happy HNT!

Lance sagde ...

I used to live in that sort of climate, hang on till spring

lecram sinun sagde ...

It's still a pretty picture. cheers and happy hnt!

Rachel sagde ...

Brrr, that looks cold. Makes me think of what is to come, waaaaaaaaa!

clara* sagde ...

hell i love the title of your post. i'm going to cal things seasonally inappropriate all the time, especially when it makes no sense. happy hnt!

FunkyB sagde ...

With that kind of cold, that's where nekkid SHOULD be; buried under layers of wool and down!

Happy HNT!

addict sagde ...

I have a terrible snow allergy!
Great picture, but now I've got to go grab a sweater!

Osbasso sagde ...

Yeah, I could have done without the winter reminder... In spite of that, I'll bet you really ARE half-nekkid under there!

BTExpress sagde ...

Thanks, now I have a chill.

kimananda sagde ...

Oh, no! My inappropriate pic seems to have triggered some kind of anti-winter reflex. Quick, think skiing, think snowmen, think snowball fights - really, it's not that bad!

Daphnewood sagde ...

this will be my first winter in a while. Southern living does has it's perks minus the hurricanes.

Chibithulhu sagde ...

Humans don't understand cold. Humans have not romped in the ice-fields of fungal Yuggoth, where the sun is but a distant glimmer in the sky, where the ice is so sharp it would disembowel lesser beings.

Humans have not been sealed, against their will, in the lightless depths of the ocean where their telepathic powers are dampened by the volume of salt water around them. Oh, wait, h umans have no telepathic powers.

Chibithulhu thinks humans are too attached to the warm sun, their frail little meat bodies unaccustomed to proper comofortable cold. Chibithulhu misses the ice-fields of Yuggoth.