January in Denmark can be a very mixed experience. Mostly winters are moist, rainy and foggy with temperatures just around 0° Celcius. Snow is not rare, but rather a volatile guest, especially welcomed by the children.
However, today we have snow – just for a few hours as usual. It changes the look of my garden and reminding me of feeding the birds. The glass house, where I spend so many hours during spring, summer and autumn, is quiet and looks somehow frozen in time.
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