The first rainbow of the year in the northern sky! The position of rainbows is highly seasonal here, but at this time when the sun is low over the southern horizon, rainbows are in the north.
As the moon re-emerged from the eclipse this morning in the west, this was the view in the opposite direction!
Several days with snow showers and we now have the deepest snow for this time of year since 1986!
Under the thick layer of snow the soil is unfrozen, a good winter for the plants! Difficult to believe I harvested some 15 plants from the garden earlier this week!
The sun finally appeared today briefly above the southern hills and I saw my first sun shadow this year!! Whoohoo! We made it through the long night again!
A flock of some 150 jackdaws were having fun this morning playing acrobatics in the wind!
I don’t have to wake up in the middle of the night to see the sunrise, now at around 6 am!
So good to get back (last night) and wake to this….sunrise is now around 6 am and its position is now moving steadily towards south each morning!
(P.S: Pstereo is the name of the music festival going on in Trondheim just now!)