I hope you all had a lovely Merry Christmas. Mine was filled with food, family, laughter and love. It also contained an amazing surprise that I had a hard time putting down. I am still in shock that even with tons of help from my husband who knew he was responsible for my quandary, we had everything ready for our guests on time.
Well, everything except me. I was clean and groomed including my makeup but I was still in my tee-shirt and jeans when folks arrived. I faced photo ops I couldn’t pass up, time for which were not on my “to-do list.” I thought about slipping away and changing quickly, but in the end remained in my casual attire and had a very lovely day. Any of you who are photographers will likely understand my priorities.
The Beautiful Christmas Visitor
With that being said, you can read about my early morning surprise at Totally Random Shez.
Today’s blog is another photo essay at Totally Random Shez. An amazing display by nature of what the world looks like when it is encased in white crystals. I’m sorry to report that there was an “oopsie” in yesterday’s link. If you are interested in actually looking at the photos please…
…check out Frozen Fog Photos at the following link:
Please, let me know what you think of them. I do enjoy hearing from you. Wishing you a great week as the holidays are upon us. Magic happens everywhere.
Be careful what you wish for, you might just get it. My friend dollyknickers recently commented on a post I did on Totally Random Shez. It showed some amazing light from the window. She wanted to know what the window looked like.
A couple of months ago I had taken photos of that window, because in one view there appears to be six very different scenes. I will post them here in order and the final one which depicts the window in total. Since the photo was taken indoors and the light outside was bright the window appears to have very dark stained wood moldings. In truth all of the woodwork is a very bright white. The camera can be so good at fooling us, when we think it always tells the truth.
Upper Left Close Up of Yellow/Green Leaves
Upper Middle The Dark Branch Swag That Always Fascinates Me With Its Deeply Draping Boughs.
Upper Right Is a Large Old Upright Branch Showing Off It's Moss and Lichens
Lower Right Is Above a Lush Tree Top Canopy
Lower Middle White Birch Branches Appear Against the Green
Lower Right Is a Tangle of Branches from Many Trees
The Upper Half of the Etched Panes Window
To check out the light see my blog post at Totally Random Shez. I will add the link tomorrow. In the meantime, I hope you enjoyed this little window gallery of photos. It will be fun to take the same shots now that the leaves are gone. What would the window vignettes reveal?
Oh, please don’t forget to leave a comment. I do love to hear from you.
Hop on over to my other blog where I just posted some pictures of a small remodel my husband and I just completed.
I’d certainly love to hear back from you on what you think.
All the Best to all,