It’s January

Damn you, January.

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Photo by Eivind Senneset (© All rights reserved) / I have never understood January.

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Photo by Eivind Senneset (© All rights reserved) / I like biking. I have biked three times in the last 15 years: in 2008, 2010 and 2018. 18,812 people have biked past this sign so far I 2019. I’m impressed. Also horrified.

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Photo by Eivind Senneset (© All rights reserved) / A winter coat of many colors. All of them black.

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Photo by Eivind Senneset (© All rights reserved) / The name of this boat is «Sunrise» in Norwegian.

7A

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Photo by Eivind Senneset (© All rights reserved) / The first of seven landscapes

Seven landscapes seen from seat 7A during the last seven minutes of flight DY617.

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Photo by Eivind Senneset (© All rights reserved) / The second of seven landscapes

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Photo by Eivind Senneset (© All rights reserved) / The third of seven landscapes

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Photo by Eivind Senneset (© All rights reserved) / The fourth of seven landscapes

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Photo by Eivind Senneset (© All rights reserved) / The fifth of seven landscapes

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Photo by Eivind Senneset (© All rights reserved) / The sixth of seven landscapes

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Photo by Eivind Senneset (© All rights reserved) / The last of seven landscapes (coming in for landing now)

Eclipsed

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Photo by Eivind Senneset (© All rights reserved) / The eclipsed moon as seen this morning from a backyard in Bergen, Norway.

According to the ancient Mayan calendar, January 21st, 2019, is the day that a reasonably young man in Bergen, Norway, were to goof around in his garden with a cup of coffee, a really long lens and a thermal skirt borrowed from his girlfriend. The Mayans sure hit pretty close with that prophecy!

(Photo from my backyard, 6:40 this morning. I had this sneaking feeling that I hadn’t posted anything to this blog for a few months, and just realized «a few months» actually meant 16 months…)