Springtime in the Eastfold also means windflowers or wood anemone (according to Wikipedia, these are colloquial English names for the “anemone nemorosa”, which Norwegians call “hvitveis”). These flowers carpet the forests, and though these awful overexposed iPhone photos can’t capture the magic of this sight, I still wanted to share them because they’re an irrevocable sign that spring has sprung.

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