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A couple of days ago I woke up and when I looked out of my window I found out the hole world had turned white overnight. It being my day of, I decided to make the short 10 min. drive to an (by Dutch standards) old coastal Dune forest aria, were my wife and I like to walk. This forest is part off a world heritage aria that is well protected and is aloud to grow more or less wild. Here many old Hawthorn can be found. And Scots Pines grow over the remainings of old second World War bunkers, that were built to defend our beaches against old enemies, that now lay on these same beaches every summer as our friendly neighbors who are more than welcome to visit . And because the sun was starting to shine brightly on all that frosty snow on the trees and scrubs, it would be a great opportunity to take some pictures, wile enjoying my walk. I made it a extra quick breakfast, because I saw that the snow was already melting on my trees in the garden. By the time I arrived at the edge of the forest, most snow was already gone, leaving only small blankets of blueish white in the more shaded aria’s, beneath the trees. This gave more color nuances to the pictures I made and the now fast setting sun is to thank for the magical back lighting part.
The pictures were made with a standard Kodak EasyShare DX6490
I hope you like them,
At the end of this road the beach begins.
”BUNKER HILL “
”A RAY OF LIGHT”