To all who were affected by the blizzard, I hope this finds you safe and well!
We only received a couple inches of snow this time (more to come Sunday).
I enjoy the routine of going out every morning to feed/water the animals.
It is a great reason to be outside and stretch a little.
Taking deep breaths of fresh air is good for the lungs and refreshes the soul.
Each day brings different or new sites to see in nature and at times, I am amazed at the beauty that lies within our little farm.
I don't consider myself a photographer by any means, but I do enjoy taking pictures. Here are some things that captured my interest Friday morning that I want to share and hope you like.
Little pockets of snow on the pine trees.
Looking closely, some resemble cotton, others look like pearls.
I love how the dormers look blanketed with snow.
The weather vane bottom is covered in snow.
The sky is a shield of grey.
A cardinal perches on bare branches.
There is just something about the natural beauty of cardinals.
"Yes, I have been a good girl. Now give me the bone!"
"Let me just try it first to see how cold it is."
Looking at this, I am reminded of a warm summer day....going swimming, but checking the temperature of the water with my toes first ;-)
Single file. Easy does it.
"Bread for breakfast...yum."
Proof that the ladies are doing fine in the cold.
The brown eggs nestled in the white snow is a beautiful monochromatic picture.
Cashmere is sitting and pondering whether she is ready to go out yet.
She didn't hesitate to come out when she saw me heading toward the barn. She loves her morning hay and food.
Bogo (always the hog) says to Amelia, "Hey, do you have more than me?"
Each day is a gift. There is always something to be thankful for!