A winter sunday in Haverdal
After my class in kayakbuilding for Studiefrämjandet (a study association for adult education in Sweden) I drove to Haverdal over the weekend. The planning did not include paddling, so I left my kayaks in Lund. The sunday was a beutiful winter day, a couple of degrees below zero, sun from a blue sky and no wind.
The bay was partly covered with floes of thin ice, pushed around by currents and open water in between – light and darker blue streaks in a diagonal pattern.
7.30 sunday morning and the beach in front of the house in frost. The sun is rising behing cliffs and begin lighting up the coast and reef to the north.
Low water south of the pier
The point west of the rock
Dry grass at the reef off Jättastuan (a gigantic boulder)
The coastline at Båtabacken. At the horizon Hovs Hallar. In the far left the lighthouse off Tylön.
Water from the rocks create magnificent icefalls. The local boat club forgot the garden furniture…