Wednesday, February 6, 2013

White Wonder

I took a little stroll around the back yard while feeding the birds to capture some of the white wonder that snow brings ~
a long ago faded hydrangea, an empty bird house and an old rusty garden gate. . .
 
 
a run down birdhouse, a lonely fern and a watering can I forgot to put away for the winter. . .

 
 a solitary blue jay, an apartment bird house and my sleeping garden shed.
 
  
Do you ever think of snow as a cozy blanket that nature snuggles in, like we cozy up in a warm comfy knit throw?  I often wonder if nature likes this reprieve from the hard work of growing and blooming and reproducing.  I think while nature is hibernating and resting, I will do the same. 
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Linking with
 
A Southern Daydreamer for Outdoor Wednesday
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6 comments:

Carol L McKenna said...

Enchanting and beautiful photography ~ Beauty right in your own back yard ~ Wow! ~ Carol of (A Creative Harbor) on Blogger ^_^ visiting from Outdoor Weds.

Maureen said...

Beautiful! I love winter... and yes, it is a big blanket for nature. The best feeling is snuggling up on a cold day under a blanket of my own.

Awesome photos!

Grandma Barb's This and That said...

You found some beautiful things to capture in your winter garden.

Lucille said...

A wonderful, cozy way to look at winter! Lovely photos!

Liz said...

Beautiful winter scenes! It almost makes me like the snow. I need to search your blog for pics of that great garden shed in the summer.

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

Beautiful thoughts and photos!

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