Posts tagged ‘Photos’
Many of the leaves on the trees have not yet turned color and fallen, yet last evening was our first snow of the season. The photos below were taken around my home and studio in the early morning light.
The echinacea plants are wearing tall, snowy caps.
The yew bushes simply bend.
A view from my studio window. Snow was sifting down in the early sunshine, giving the air a dreamy quality.
A few minutes later, the sky was intensely blue.
Now, in the early afternoon, the snow is melting away.
Transitory pleasures, but certain to be repeated. This is just the beginning!
Check out the Seussian-looking fire tower on the hill!
Hover your cursor over the photos to see place names and elevations.
Textures and lines.
Taken on a rainy North Carolina day (yesterday)
Today we walked the back 26 acres, and then visited the city.
Photo of the gardens and the back of the cottage:
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From the country to the city: reflections in a window:
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During last winter, I took photos of a snowy, ice-lantern-lit labyrinth in 9 degree F weather with my digital camera. The camera never recovered from that experience. I had been limping along with it since then, so imagine my delight when I found a new ELPH camera under the tree!
Here are a couple of ornament photos taken with the new camera.