Thursday, November 17, 2011

Listen

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18 comments:








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barbara@sparrowavenue

said...

lovely photos

so introspective which is nice this time of year





Annie

said...

One word: sublime x





Margie Oomen

said...

into the mystic is the song playing in my head while viewing these marvels





Brittan

said...

not only do you knit the most beautiful things (that I could eat up with a spoon!), but your photos are spectacular and really sink into my soul. so graceful and alluring...

xo
brittan





Nichole

said...

i hear the crunch of frost and soft shush of cold breeze through those branches. these are gorgeous.





Aurore

said...

Thanks for your last two posts, which brought peace to my mind.
You are so lucky to live near such a wonderful place! A few years ago I made primitive camping in a quebecan park, and I think that's the only time I approached nature so close.





evergreenknits

said...

This time of year has such a spare, understated beauty to it. It takes a special person (and a special eye) to appreciate it. Thank you for capturing it for us! It brings me right back to all my years in Vermont. I live in Arizona now, and I miss those textures so much.





Ness

said...

Beautiful!





Geninne

said...

Thank you for these sublime images Nicole :-)





the greenhorn knitter

said...

Great images. What camera/lenses are you using?





michele

said...

these images are so beautiful. i especially like the textures in top tree photograph and the dark lines in the tree photograph near the bottom.

the photographs feel so quiet and calm - as if you took completely to heart the purpose of the silent weekend.

i've had a few intensely busy, noisy days and seeing your images reminds that i need to 'reset' my being.





blabla, etc

said...

my english is not so good to tell you how much I'm in love with your nice pictures...





Jen

said...

Listening with your eyes is a magnificent experience!





Cozy Memories

said...

these are photos I could have taken
(which means I totally love them & that they speak to me, btw !)
perfect retreat for taking those wonderful macros
xoxo





abby

said...

so quiet. (beautiful!)





melissa

said...

beautiful, nicole. really quiet and delicate.





Anonymous

said...

I just came across your blog and how happy I am that I did. I'm inspired by your beautiful photography and knitting. I connected through the bookhou site, I think, and was thrilled to discover that you live in Ottawa. I live just up the street from the Museum of Nature, in the Glebe! I read many blogs from around the world, but what a treat to find one so pretty and so close to home. I am going to seek you out on ravelry as I have some knitting queries for you. :) Stephanie