Thursday, December 31, 2009

trees in sleeves of silver

don't you just love winter bling?
may 2009 end gently and 2010 shine for you all.
happy new year, dear friends, and thank you for making each day so joyful!

30 comments:

Birdman said...

I love this one, Kitty. The ice, the red, the barn all work and make this a keeper.
Happy 2010!

Yvi said...

Great photo!

Happy 2010!

Greetings
Yvi

Kate said...

It looks an awful lot like Minnesota! May you have a wonderful 2010, and thanks for sentiments as well as your many visits.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

Best wishes for the New Year for you and your family. Thank you for your many comments on my Daily Photo site, which have enhanced the experience of doing a Daily Photo site.

Hilda said...

Pretty! And thank you too for such beautiful photos of a wonderful place!

Wishing you and your family a peaceful and love-filled new year!

MCCasey said...

every time you post such a beauty I remind myself to take a trip to your unique state. Plus I love the cheese!

Sunny said...

A lovely description of nature's beauty.
Happy New Year, maybe we can make it to Northampton in 2010.
Sunny :)

Elenka said...

The tips of the frozen branches seem to be reaching up their cold fingertips, searching for newness and growth. A nice image for the new year.
The very best to you and sweet mr. Brat, and your family in the coming new year. Meeting you guys was one of the highlights of the year.

Leif Hagen said...

Yes, I love "winter bling!" I've never heard it called that before but I guess you're just a trend setter!
Wishing you and yours a very Happy New Year - 2010!

Rambling Round said...

It's a joy just seeing your photos every day! Happy New Year!

Birdman said...

You know Kitty, the more I look at this glassy barn roof-- if there were 6 ft. of snow below this barn(there will be soon) and I was 10 again. I bet my brother and I would try to find a way to the top and take a life-defying, icy ride off that roof line. Ah... just a couple of crazy boys out of Mom's sight!

siu said...

I thank you for all your great photos as well as for sharing your thoughts with us, dear Brattcat, and I wish you a very good 2010.

GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

This could be a Hallmark Card. Crisp, cold winter. Hope we can continue our virtual visits in 2010.

In the meantime, here's some old world music to ring in the New Year!

http://jimmysturrhomepage.blogspot.com/

All the best. It's polka time in Greensboro,
Jan
GDP

Greg Dimitriadis said...

Great photo! I wish you all the best for 2010 and for the new decade!

Gunn White said...

GODT NYTT ÅR / HAPPY NEW YEAR to you and yours!

Andreea said...

Happy New Year and all the best in 2010.

Anya said...

HAPPY NEW YEAR
and a healthy 2010
Thanks for your friendship...
Keep blogging :-)

(@^.^@)

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

Lovely red and blue/green in the eaves. Happy New Year dear Brattcat, and may the coming year bring happy and joyful moments.
Cheers.
Melbourne Daily Photo

Vogon Poet said...

Wonderful closing image for this year, you placed Brattleboro on the map for us!
Happy New Year!

Tulsa Gentleman said...

Here is to 2010 and happy blogging to us both.

Fio said...

What a lovely photo!
Happy New Year :-)

Rob and Mandy said...

Great shot! In Catalan, they say: bon any!

Amin said...

Happy New Year!!!

Sharon Creech said...

Such brilliant silver sleeves! Happy New Year, brattcat!

B SQUARED said...

Best wishes and a very Happy New Year to you.

Frank said...

Your posts have been a joy and highlight all year long. I just love your photos and words.

Happy New Year!! I look forward to Bratt in the year ahead.

Paula said...

The same to you, Brattcat. Have a great New Year's Eve and sail into the new year with joy, V! Much love, P

Thiên said...

AH, beautiful bling! I love it and wish we had some bling here in south Texas.

Thank you for the visit to Seguin! I am enjoying your blog very much.

Kim said...

Wow, what a SHOT!!! This caught my eye and drew me right in. You make the cold look so beautiful!
Wishing you a very Happy New Year, Brattcat!
-Kim

Paula said...

I like your titles as much as I like your photographs - and that's a lot.