12 January 2015

On a Snowy Day

A light snow is falling.
I remember trying to photograph a rabbit hopping into the hedgerow. Alas, the hedgerow of  honeysuckle, wild roses, maple saplings, and red twig dogwood is gone. I'll be burrowing into my woven throw like that rabbit in the shelter of the hedgerow....after I brave the cold to do an errand. Until then ... I seek the cough drops. In the winter especially, I never go anywhere without them, just in case.

12 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful snowy scene. Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog post, so kind of you. I hope you have found the cough drops, and that you are keeping cosy.
    Helen xox

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    1. Hello Helen
      Your work is beautiful and inspiring. I look forward to your new book.
      Cough drops found in the desk drawer. :)

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  2. This year we have yet to have any snow accumulation.. just an inch here and there.. i'm not complaining.. but i would like to have one proper snowfall... to build and snow man and have a snow ball fight.. then the snow and winter may go away.

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    1. Hello Hena,
      I'm with you, I like proper snowfall, just enough to feel like winter. Today in this area maybe an inch or two total, ground cover snow.
      I hope you have a chance this winter to build snow people, and take your beautiful photographs.

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  3. Ooh the snow looks lovely. I just want to jump in it and make a snow man. :) Beautiful photo.

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    1. Hello Erika,
      I love your create art everyday sketchbook! You are a good artist. I look forward to see more of your artwork.
      Thank you. Overnight another inch or two of snow fell. Its very wintery out here now.

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  4. There is something wonderful about a snowy scene ... Till it goes on for too long! :)

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    1. Hello Jenny,
      Your blog posts about your trip to Japan are the best!
      Too long...yes indeed, by March the snow won't look as pretty as it does today. lol

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  5. Much prefer snow to sleet! Been alternating between the two, here.

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    1. Hello Quinn,
      Prayers for new Tsunga's new kid in 3 months. I say about 17 April.
      There is nothing I can think of that sleet serves a purpose for on this Earth.

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  6. Dear Maywyn - gorgeous winter photo friend. I think you are wise this time of the year to carry those cough drops too. Thanks for the tip. Have a lovely day. Hugs

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    1. Hello Debbie,
      Thank you. I have another tip I learned today...HP OfficeJet runs out of black ink, you can still get a print using the Color setting. Its fuzzy but legible.
      Stay warm!

      WTG Ohio State!

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