Approaching a small village – ever so cosy but the weather was a bit sinister.
Even their barns were amazing.
very inspirational, I hope you feel a story coming on.
It does look very interesting. And sinister.
There has to be a body in that barn. It is easy to look sinister in a country where it gets dark at 13.00 in the winter. 😉
I’m amazed by the detail on the window in the barn. Ours are so utilitarian, except of course for the hex signs.
Dorte – Oh, those lowering clouds really do add to the menace! Yes, Norman’s right; there is a body in that barn. There just is. Or maybe buried in a shallow grave right outside the barn…
I would never have dreamed that was a barn if you hadn’t told us. Beautiful!
Tracy: I did, but as it was a novel of nearly 80,000 words, it will take me some time to translate it for you 🙂
Clarissa: amazing what a spot of rain can do to a beautiful village.
Norman: I am sure there was, but I didn´t check – I was on HOLIDAY 😉
Barbara: so are Danish barns, but old Swedish farms have the most impressive details.
Margot: well, actually I found the bodies in the nearby cemetery 😉
Kelly: yes, isn´t it?
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