I am tired of taking snow pictures, but it seems that each one is more beautiful than the previous one. Normally we have a couple, maybe three during the entire winter season. This winter, Ive lost count. This first picture is from my computer looking out the front window. You 'll notice the background on my monitor is a snow picture from an earlier occasion.
This next one is taken through the storm door as I look to my left. I am surrounded by winter's bright beautiful wonderland.
Y ou can see how the snow is stuck to every branch. The temperature is falling so it will stay this way for a little while.
Looking skyward from through the storm door.
Out my window again.
I'm sitting here sipping on a hot cup of coffee, warm and snug as a bug in the rug. Have a pleasure filled day everyone, your friend, Bill Mitchell
I finally have successfully rebloomed amaryllis that were saved from last years winter blooming festival. I've tried before without success. I have learned the process and I have pictures to prove it, if you believe I am truthful. I wouldn't fool my good friends here on Garden Guides. I have shared a few with Mitzi Lou and a neighbor. These pictures are all from last years bulbs.
These last two show a double blossom.
Up close and personal.
Have a great day, remember to love your friends and your enemies.
Usually I photograph the blossoms up close and that shows the intensity of their beauty, but it isn't what I see as I eat breakfast every morning. I see the total grouping of them as they stand tall on my counter top. I thought I would share this view with all of you. The snowy landscape is still with us in this part of Kentucky, but the flowers in the house keep me distracted.
Tw enty degrees right now. Try to stay warm and have a great day, think love and forget anger.
I wanted to do a blog for 1-11-11, so as I looked out the door of the living room, I saw the birds around the feeders and on the ground. Using the telephoto aspect of my cheap Kodak, I took these pictures.
The birds are female and male Cardinals, American Goldfinches before their summer color change and a black and white capped sparrow .