This work is part of my ‘Every Evening’ series. The works from this series derive from an interest in the way we look at and write about nature. The symbolical meanings of natural elements often seem to be predetermined: Every fox is a sly and cunning being, and every winter there will be a thick layer of snow. The basis of this series is a poem, in which I sum up these symbols, phrasing them as promises or prophesies. Upon reading them, the reader might question whether these natural symbols match the way we experience and know nature ourselves.