Happy news – my knee is (almost) back to normal! I walked up and down Funäsdalsberget to test it and I didn’t have any reason to be worried about the knee any more. It feels a bit odd on occasion but I’m totally going to ignore it and just do what I want to do. At this point, trying to somehow spare it will only make it weaker again. So all things considered, it wasn’t a big injury but it gave me a lot of food for thought and I think in the end something good came out of it. And it’s not like I needed any more encouragement but now I’m more determined than ever to do some exciting things this summer!
Today however was not a day for one those exciting things. Unless you count precariously balancing on a steep slope to get the best angle to the Anderssjöåfallet waterfall. Only to find out that it wasn’t the best angle. I really wanted to get a picture of the fall that the world and their brother don’t already have, but this is of course too early for the wideangle landscapes so I ended up zooming tight on the fall and now it looks like, well, like any other waterfall. But I hope that the world and their brother don’t have these specific compositions of this specific waterfall as yet… 😉