Sunday, January 10, 2010

...1.10.10...



there are
your fog people
and your sun people,
he said.
i said
i wasn't sure which kind
i was.
he nodded.
fog'll do that to you, he said.
~ story people
i love that.
welcome to coffee hour.
welcome to this Sunday morning.
just BE.
robin.

11 comments:

frayedattheedge said...

Lovely photos! Swap the coffee for tea and I'll join you!

Really Rainey said...

Great shots... Love the coffee in the snow...

~Really Rainey~

Jonny Hamachi said...

I know that's your SS down below, but, Wow, Beautiful Series! I had to expand every shot.

thorgun said...

Love the icicle, fantastic colour. have a nice winter

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

Hello Rob,

What a wonder prose & winter shots. Goodness a cuppa makes everything warmth.

Thanks for dropping by as always.

xoxo

maryt/theteach said...

Love your shadow shots, Robin! And the chickadee in the snow! :)

Carol said...

Great photos! I like them all! Love your composition, you have a good eye. Nice light and shadows.

Enchanted Moments said...

I love your snow and ice photos...I love reading your mums stories of the snow, I know she hates it so....but I live in Australia, 43degrees hot here today...walk outside and you feel like you will desicate in a second...Never seen seen snow...so I love to see your photos...x

Patti said...

I love your shadow photos. They are all so peaceful to view.

I would have loved to share a cup of coffee with you in the snow!

madrekarin said...

Beautiful shadow shots! Your mom popped by my blog and left a comment on my snow post. Well, my rather pathetic snow post. lol I do know what it's like being inundated with the white stuff. Most of my childhood winters were spents making snow forts and snowmen and then running inside to quickly strip of snow clothes, go potty and then have a cup of hot chocolate or chicken noodle soup!
I would say if you need to thaw out you could come here but, this year, we are having one of our coldest winters I've seen!

Sweet Repose said...

I've just accepted that winter 'is what it is' and actually I haven't minded it, no grass mowing and weeding, though I still miss it...what I dread about winter is the heating bills, as I sit in my woolies and try to invent new ways to keep Scratchy warm, as my heat will not move above 60!

Beautiful surroundings lil' Sister, we are so fortunate in so many ways!

Hey Tilda, don't know why, but I think of you when I put on my wool socks...it's a homey thought!...ha!