Sunday Morning in a Beautiful World
Sometimes I wake to beauty
that I am out of bed and out of doors
before my first sip of coffee.
The Ever~Patient Contemplates a White World
Today was just such a morning.
May you walk in beauty every day.
Some nice shots. It hasn't snowed here yet in England, plenty of rain though.ReplyDelete
Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.
Thanks, Andrew! I have to say that I prefer snow to rain! Have a great week!Delete
Thank you, Dawna! Have a good one!Delete
Now that is a frosty snow! Great shots.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Alex! Have a happy week!Delete
The snow looks so fluffy and you got some great shots. Love the little cottontail. And the pop of yellow in the fire hydrant makes a great photo. It's great that you can still get excited about the snow. LOLReplyDelete
Thanks, Peggy! I like how the yellow popped too! One of my earliest memories is the magic of seeing snowflakes fall from the sky. Have a great week!Delete
I'm glad snow is pretty much over around here.ReplyDelete
Lucky you, Adam! Two of our best snowfall months are March and April. Actually I'm all for big dumps of snow because millions of people depend on our snowpack for water. Have a good one!Delete
Uggg tired of snow but it really can glow, as the bunny hops aboutReplyDelete
I have learned that you aren't a big fan of snow, Pat!Delete
My husband would agree with you on that!
Me, I'm a little nuts!
I love snow, no buts!
Have a happy day,
at your hopefully sunny bay!
Thanks, Linda! I hope you are enjoying your week!Delete
Beautiful photos. When the snow is freshly fallen, it is spectacular. There are so many amazing things to be found in every day. We just need to look!ReplyDelete
Hi Martha! Thank you! I had to come inside the house and warm up twice getting the photos. The next day (yesterday) it was warm and sunny! Good thing too because I found something to photograph that I've been looking for for a long time! Happy looking to you ~ although little gets by you, I think!Delete
So very beautiful, I would have been out the door with you.ReplyDelete
Hey GT! Thank you! I hope all is well in your corner of the world!Delete
Beautiful photos! The bunny is so cute. The frost/snow'ice always makes such interesting shapes and textures for pictures. Stay warm!ReplyDelete
Hi Michelle ~ and thank you. I've only followed your blog for a little while, but I know you are really tuned into shape, texture, and light! Take care!Delete
Thanks Jackiesue! Have an awesome day!Delete
It's amazingly beautiful. I love snow although I do realize it brings a lot of inconvenience and hardship soReplyDelete
I won't complain that we only had one hour so far this year!
One hour! That is so funny! I had such a laugh I can't even be envious! We haven't done badly here just east of the mountains, but it's snowing now and we're supposed to get 3-6 inches (7.5 - 15 cm.) tonight. My poor sister-in-law who lives in Breckenridge has had 335 inches (8.5 meters) this winter! She's mighty tired of shoveling! Have a good one!Delete
What absolute gorgeous pictures. The one of the yellow fire hydrant is outstanding and I loved the bunny pic:)ReplyDelete
Thank you, Sandra! We have such cute bunnies around here! Have a good evening!Delete
Lovely pictures coated with some white magical dust..ReplyDelete
Thanks Trudessa! I got a kick out of Pat's latest Bora Bora cartoon ~ The one where you two were going to be bored to death by the Grammar Nazi. You must be a very good sport with a great sense of humor to put up with his funny stories! He makes me laugh every day! Hope tomorrow is great for you!Delete