Photos and musings from coastal Maine
...to dance beneath the diamond sky with one hand waving free....
It is a thing of beauty, though I can be difficult to capture. Lighting and temperature play a big roll. Quite beautiful, though I'd love to see a daffodil or two right about now ; )Let's hope the rain on Monday doesn't cause flooding!
Amazing how clean everything looks after a new snow (but I think I'll keep our 60+ degrees, thank you.)
The poem was perfect for the pictures. Thank you for boosting my day with the beauty of your thoughts.
Well, you know - that's really pretty.
Thanks, friends, for your comments! I wasn't sure if my photos accurately represented what I saw or not. I agree, daffodils, tulips--all seem 'feet' away.... xo
Out here is the land of Sunshine we had a rare glimpse of the white stuff yesterday. Very weird indeed. I had to drive over the mountains to a meeting and felt a sense of panic as I gripped the wheel the entire trip. I remember the night I drove to your house in a blizzard of white stuff. I could barely see 3 feet in front of me as I inched down the highway. I was no sissy back then. I had laundry to do.Love you dear friend. cb
While I'm not fond of mud season (just around the corner!) these beautiful spare images remind me why I love winter with its wondrous light and shadow. You have captured that perfectly!
I'm thinking that sure is a whole lot of pretty snow right there. If I wasn't so sick of all the pretty snow that is. LOL! ~Lili