2.15.2015

Yea, Sunshine


the sun drenched life in winter warmth today


entirely unusual for February
48F


we all take note at the lack of snowfall and cold days


wondering what nature is up to

 and look at this unusually shaped conk!


nature wants us to have a double dose:


ending with magical light


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38 comments:

  1. fabulous images. LOVE number 6

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  2. Isn't the weather crazy. I have a friend outside Boston who has had 80 inches of snow since mid-January! Here in the south it's been typically cold, and our typical once a year snow/ice storm might arrive tomorrow. Your pictures are gorgeous and make me wants to be outside in the freshest of air.

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    1. 80 inches is a lot of snow! I hope your storm is good to you!

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  3. Such gorgeous images of your beautiful part of the world. They take me on a lovely journey of nature and beauty away from my city environment!

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  4. the sun drenched life in winter warmth today...
    these few lovely words under that magnificent photo make a piece of art
    :-)

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    1. thank you for taking that to heart Yael.

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  5. We would have to make a monument to sixth picture !!.
    It is not only beautiful but it gets into your mind.
    Have a good one, Tammie.

    Tomás.

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    1. i love the 6th photo too, i maybe should have lead with it. Good one to you too!

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  6. So beautiful - glad you are getting some warmth .

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  7. No snow in your part is kind of scary but oh it's still so gorgeous!

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  8. immensity!io ho fatto una foto di una Betulla che sembrava fare palloncini con la bocca °_°, ^V^ heheh

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    1. that is so fun Manu'
      i had never thought of that!

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  9. So beautiful. The sun and the snow and that blue, blue sky.

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  10. Beautiful images once again ! The weather this winter is puzzling :/ last weekend we were 75° and this it was 16° and 8 inches of snow. I worry about the summer temps.

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  11. Such a radiance of blue! Really lovely.

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  12. I LOVE these--I fell in love with the whimsical conch you found--it looks like he's either made a heart, or is looking at one!!! :D SO pretty--so comically whimsical, and this fills my eyes to the brim.

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  13. Joy for the eyes, feast for the soul, delight for all senses - the awakening of nature! Gorgeous photos, dear Tammie, as always!:))

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  14. Wow, beautiful! You are having some great weather and taking full advantage of it!

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  15. Fabulous Tammie, while the east coast drowns in snow, you get a taste of spring. I still wish that I could see your place just once in my lifetime. Not a possibility but still I live in hope of seeing such beauty.

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  16. Such a lovely day, Tammie. Beautiful sunshine, but cold and crisp I'll bet, away from the sun. Love the reflection scene.

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  17. Wow Tammie, I am totally blown away by these pictures, I can't believe how stunning it all looks! I hope you're keeping warm!
    Jess xx

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  18. Your last photo is a poem full from your creativity.

    Yannis politopoulos

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  19. What lovely skies to accent your wintry days, Tammie. That conk reminds me of an old ear trumpet.

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  20. And this blog too -- Your photos are always the most remarkable -- beautifully composed, well photographed, terrific color and wonderful places! (Jeanie from Marm. Gypsy!)

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  21. I’m happy for you, Tammie, that you could be soaked in sunshine. White world of snow is so beautiful but when sunshine and blue sky are added, it creates the most beautiful world; these photos prove it. In my part of the world, the average highest temperature of a day in Feb. is 8C (48F) so far, and warmer days are forecasted toward the weekend.

    Yoko

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  22. So lovely. And utterly springlike. We're in the deep freeze still.

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  23. Oh so beautiful! I love the first and last photos, most of all. Hope you're having a wonderful day Tammie! :-)

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  24. What amazing photos - I love those clouds :)

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  25. I say "wow" so many times as I look at your photos. We had similarly crazy warm and dry weather around when you posted this. That has now changed for us with a big snow storm whirling outside. Has it changed for you?

    I adore the cloud reflection photo.

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  26. Tammie Ha, not so much snow and not so cold but sunny
    But your photos are beautiful and show how beautiful it is there with you,
    Here it is cold but no snow .......... I enjoy it here with you nice photo, s,
    Kind regards Christiene.

    Ha Tammie, niet zo veel sneeuw en niet zo koud maar wel zonnig
    Maar je fotos, zijn prachtig en laat zien hoe mooi dat het daar bij jou is,
    Hier is het koud maar geen sneeuw..........Ik geniet hier mee met jou mooie foto,s,
    Lieve groetjes Christiene.

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  27. What a truly stunning series of photographs. The scenery you depict is magnificent.

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  28. Beautiful as ever Tammie.
    "As soon go kindle fire with snow, as seek to quench the fire of love with words".
    William Shakespeare

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  29. all your pictures are magical! i really love the bare trees against the mountains & blue sky in the first shot! enjoy the sun!!

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  30. Was für eine wunderschöne Landschaft. Ein Genuss für Auge und Seele sind deine Fotos. Danke dafür ...

    liebe Grüße von der Waldameise

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  31. It is surprising to not see more snow but it still is winter wonderland!

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Warm greetings to you~

Thank you for visiting and also for sharing your thoughts and feelings. Seeing through your eyes and heart mean so much to me!

Tammie