17 thoughts on “out of hibernation

  1. Nice to see you back again! You manage to make the winter weather seem appealing somehow. I miss the lovely scenes as you portray them, but not the snow, the ice and the cold. Hope you’re staying warm and cozy and that spring will come around soon.

  2. I love this beautiful array of your images. And congratulations on inclusion in the lovely book too. You have a way with words.

  3. Welcome back, my friend. What a lovely group of photo’s from your most homely holiday seasons. Each one a gift to the viewer. I especially love the Frog Pond as you captured the red helmet flying by and of course Mozart planning a special meal. It looks like he might have found one that he thinks he might enjoy. All the light that you gather brings your photo’s to life. You have a unique gift for making me feel at home when I visit your streams. Happy 2018 Susan…

  4. Fabulous! So good to see your images like this. 🙂 What a wonderful blog you have. ❤
    I'm looking forward to following you into the future.
    Best regards,
    Dina-Hanne x

  5. With writing and images, you celebrate a whole world…as much interior as outdoors, but a place where both are important. I like that. Congrats on the magazine, enjoy those cozy meals, and don’t stop creating! 😉

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