Sunday, February 26, 2012

It Started with a Shadow

 

shadow diptych 1

 

shadow diptych 2 with logo

 

 

This morning started out bright and sunny but very cold.  Check the thermometer.  Minus 15C is too cold to go out with the camera.    But, the sunshine coming in the windows provided me with a lovely little shadow in the hall.  Out came the nifty 50 lens and in no time I had some photos to share for Mosaic Monday with Mary.   Hope you are having a little sunshine where you are.   Valerie

22 comments:

Crafty Gardener said...

Lots of sunshine here, but very cold. Lovely photos today.

Pamela Gordon said...

We're having cold sunshine here today and I guess we'll be awaking to your -15 temp. tomorrow morning. I thought the deep cold was done for this winter!! Your mosaics are beautiful. Have a great week. I hope it warms up. Pamela

Catherine said...

Pretty photos! Hope you are keeping warm. Thank you for visiting me today! :)

Pat said...

Beautiful!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love the beautiful sunshine..but that is COLD! OH MY! It's hard to believe how cold it is there when you live so far away! ♥

Vee said...

Lovely little shadow... It has been quite brisk here today, too, and windy.

Kim, USA said...

Same here it's very cold but it is sunny. Your photos are so pretty.

Kim,USA

Snap said...

Too cold for certain, but let the sun shine! Wonderful light in your photos. Stay warm and enjoy your week!

Judy Bigg said...

Great photos with the light coming in. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a message.

Judy Bigg said...

Also I am your newest follower.

Teacup-In-The-Garden said...

Lovely pictures!
Have a wonderful week,
Markus

Naturegirl said...

-15..Brrrr!!! I have enough sunshine here in Az to spread around hows 25C sound...I do know how those shadows can warm your heart on a c-0-l-d winter day!
P.S. I am reading your profile and I will have to contact to you about gardening in a sandbox...my home in the Ontario woods is very sandy...when I return to Ontario I'll be interested in planting ideas for sandy soil.

Georgianna said...

Hi Val! Oh, my, that is too cold to go out. But you got lovely images – thank goodness for the sunshine. Hoping the coming week is warm and sunny, or at least, warmER. :)

Lorrie said...

It's cold, but the light is so beautiful shining through the windows onto your objects. You've captured that clear winter light wonderfully.

eileeninmd said...

Cold but sunny, sounds like a nice day to stay inside where it is warm and toasty. For us this past weekend was cold and windy. It is nice Spring will be here before we know it. Have a great week!

GrandmaK said...

Wow! What beauty "developed" with that one shadow!!! Well done! Cathy

Linneas Atelje said...

Wonderful photos!
Linneas Atelje Photography

Pondside said...

Lovely! I wanted to reach into that patch of sun and take the bouquet...my kitchen is looking a little drab!

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

Hello, thanks for stopping by my neck of the woods. Great sun light shots. I do like that meme. Keeps me aware of the sun coming in and new photos for Sunday. I been browsing your blog and like what I see. Look forward to knowing you better.
QMM

kiki said...

Great sunshine pictures! Hope spring will come soon!
Have a great week,
Kiki

Brenda said...

I love your thermometer, but it is way too cold where you are!! Your Mosaics are very nice today. I love how the sun is shinning in the window. Beautiful, just beautiful.
Brenda

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Sweet images and I love the Lavendula, cannot wait for the fragrance of Lavender to fill my garden's air~