The sunrise starts off
In lilac tones,
But soon it turns
Into a blushing dawn
With bursts of orange
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The early winter light
Is all about long, warm shadows;
It’s about painting frozen trees
With golden lace
And transforming the sky
Into a wonder of pink and gold.
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No matter how you look at it —
Or without a dog:
Winter is beautiful.
(I’m filming away from home this week, so may not be able to reply to your comments.)
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Just popping in to say hello and to share this glorious view
Of frozen birch trees in a glowing winter sunset.
(It was about minus 16 C.)
Life is still very busy with house unpacking stuff so I apologize in advance for not getting round to your blogs.
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By the time you read this, we will have received the keys to our new (and bigger) house and I’ll be busy moving.
We’re not moving far – only 2.5 km away – but the lake won’t be right on my doorstep. No more rushing out in sun and rain to record my favourite jetty.
We will still be living near the same lake (but further south) – it’s about a kilometre walk away from the new house. So, I hope to find new views to photograph and share with you.
This jetty has been such an inspirational part of the last sixteen years and I’ll be sad to move – but happy that we have found something more suited to the needs of our family now.
The next week or so will be very busy, so please forgive me if I don’t get round to visiting you. In the meantime, please do keep in touch with me via Facebook. You’ll find me here: Lady Fi on Facebook.
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Christmas Eve heralded its arrival
With a burst of colours
And joy at dawn.
Life is busy, so I won’t be able to reply to your comments or visit your blogs.
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The geese flew away
Can you see them in the top left-hand corner?
Like falling leaves
Leaving behind the grey beauty of the jetty.
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Call the clouds what you will:
Or pink candy floss.
They are still just as beautiful.
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A misty dawn
In lilac and blue;
A swan floating
Serenely through the mist;
As dawn ends, the fog disperses
In clouds made of pink tutus.
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Isn’t it amazing how quickly Nature can change?
One minute trailing soft ribbons of pink
And the next surprising the eye
With blueberry swirls and orange pop.
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