last night was starry
which means that it got cold
20F when I awoke
the morning was frosty
sparkling and full of rainbow lights
the ponds froze over
as i admired the surface of the pond
i thought it appeared like a foreign language
script carved into the ice
a temporary story
perhaps written for the fish below
or a tale
for the world above
What wonderful images of the frost and ice! The patterns in the ice do indeed look like some sort of symbolic language that nature has invented! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
yes, some sort of symbolic language.Delete
Water writing perhaps.
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I love those crystals.ReplyDelete
P.S. Nice front yard.
i love my yard too! thanks.Delete
Perhaps it is a script for both worlds. It tells the world below true stories of what goes on above, and it tells the world above lovely stories of what goes on below. We can only imagine. And grin at the very thought. :DReplyDelete
Wonderful to consider and sure, why not!Delete
What a lovely story that pond tells!ReplyDelete
When reading it also a little bit of cold gets into the body. (Just kidding).ReplyDelete
A very romantic way of seeing the frozen ice! I like!!
Great pics again :)
It is getting much colder here too, not my cup of tea! LOL!
Keep well and warm!
That is so beautiful.ReplyDelete
Nice photos! The language of winter.ReplyDelete
IMPRESIONANTE ESE HIELO!!!!ReplyDelete
QUE PENA EL PESCADITO.
Beautiful photos and I like the idea of "Pond Writing" ♥ReplyDelete
Oh Tammie, I love that thought. And the photos are simply lovely!ReplyDelete
Love the winter photos! Yes, that does look like writing on the pond.ReplyDelete
We are getting more fall-like weather. Rain this morning.
Sorry about the petition.... as you say, darn!ReplyDelete
It is so crucial, they should open up to everyone round the world, I'll try to contact them.
Thank you anyway, Tammie, enjoy your week :)
I just went to their website, many people are signing in from all around the world, including americans... ;-)Delete
Warm hugs :)
I will try again. Thank you.Delete
une maison comme dans un conte... hänsel et grätel.. tu connais?ReplyDelete
Yes, I agree Elfi.Delete
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Your images of the ice on the pond are delightful, Tammie. We are getting our first heavy frosts of the winter this week. I'm struggling to keep water available for the birds, and the hedgehogs that have not yet hibernated.ReplyDelete
If you're wondering about my deleted comment, I suddenly realised that I'd mis-spelled your name!
Best wishes - - - Richard
Thank you Richard,Delete
I hope it works out with water and your birds. Things freeze on and off daily here. We are going into some deep cold, so everything will be frozen.
Oh yes you are so right, those marks on the ice could well be messages or script, such beautiful markings to enjoy, I love how you capture the magic that is all around you, so great to see your little cabin again, what a peaceful and special place it must be to live in! It will be so cosy and magical when you get your first real snow falls!ReplyDelete
Fun that you also can see how the marks could be some sort of message.Delete
Thank you for enjoying the photos. We have enough snow now that I don't think that it will go away till spring.
How delightful, to have a pond.ReplyDelete
How delightful, to view a pond, in all weather.
How truly delightful, to view a pond, in winter.
Thank you for sharing...
Hi Luna C. ,Delete
Yes, it is wonderful to have ponds, to see them change all day long. So interesting and beautiful. Thank you.
Great photographs with a whimsical text. Well done!ReplyDelete
Hi David, thank you for enjoying the text and photos.Delete