Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Little bursts of colour

Even in winter, you can see brilliant bursts of colours. You just have to know where to look... margie weekend_346 margie weekend_343 margie weekend_340 margie weekend_338 margie weekend_336 margie weekend_334 margie weekend_331 margie weekend_328 margie weekend_342 margie weekend_351

Thanks Margie for a magical winter walk! And thank you to everyone for the kind birthday wishes! You make my heart swell.


31 comments:








The A.D.D. Knitter

said...

Such gorgeous detail, nothing finer than a winter walk:)





Geninne

said...

Wish I could've walked along!





Anne

said...

What beautiful photos of things that most of us would just have walked past and such crisp, clear light.





Bonnie K

said...

Gorgeous colors and photos! Love the yellows and blues. The chickadee photo really touches my heart.





Annie

said...

Gorgeous, can I come next time ;D

And hang on, the bird sat on your hand !!!!





harmony and rosie

said...

Such beautiful, colourful photos, isn't Mother Nature amazing? And that little bird, oh my .. how lovely that is!!





Margie Oomen

said...

it was magical indeed especially the matchstick lichen on the old wooden fence, the chickadee talking up my offer on hand to land on even though I didn't have any food and last but definitely not least your wonderful gentle spirit.





P R I M O E Z A

said...

these are beautiful. the light and the background are so clear the colours really pop.





Sonia / Cozy Memories

said...

each photo is so special & gorgeous, Nicole, and like Geninne, I wish I had walked along with you girls.
Another time, another place, I guess.
xoxo





Jacqui Dodds

said...

Beautiful swatches of colour in amaongst all that white :-)
Jacqui





Greenorchid

said...

Beautiful images, fantastic light... I love lichen too!!
Many thanks for sharing





Karen L R

said...

I found you via Ravelry. These photos are amazing. So lovely...





Zill.y

said...

Your pictures are truly gorgeous. I'm so very much seeking the sun here in the Pacific North West right now... What a delight to take a sunny winter walk via your photos.

Best, zill.y

PS: Happy (late) Birthday! ♥





melissa

said...

gorgeous! all of it. the bursts of colour and that lovely sweater or margie's :)





Solenn

said...

Lovely pictures, really! Belle soirée...





Lori ann

said...

loving all these photos, and the bird in hand most especially. fills me with longing. xx lori





meredith MC

said...

I love the gorgeous lichens you've photographed. And the little bird-very charming. Thanks for sharing the beauty you find in the world.





julie

said...

This has been my happy place, today :) I hope your birthday was extra special, because you are, so much that, and more. xx





madder

said...

Magical!





Jacki

said...

What beautiful photos...it is as though I am walking with you on my quiet Saturday morning before the house awakes.
Thank you...





Andi

said...

Wonderful walk, did my heart good. The sweet bird really put me over the edge, so sweet!





craftivore

said...

Gorgeous photos!! And that adorable chickadee, I'm dying.





federica

said...

Lovely little bird! F.





Monica

said...

Gorgeous, fresh, inspiring photography. This post made my day!





Lisa (Needles and Wool)

said...

beautiful photos of the Spring to come! I love the picture of the bird so cute.





Alex

said...

Really gorgeous pictures, Nicole.
I'd like to move to Canada.





v

said...

beautiful...





joanie

said...

I'm seeing these rather late as I've been moving house but they are so wonderful, lovely colours indeed. Happy belated birthday Nicole.
The chickadees look so similar to our coal tits here in the UK, but they seem much calmer our coal tits are a bit frantic.

Hope you're well :)

Jx





Modern Crush

said...

So so pretty!





Disneyrollergirl

said...

Hi Nicole, thanks for your message. Alas I'm not planning on selling the knitting book but if I change my mind I will let you know :)





olga inoue

said...

these pictures
are so beautiful