Tuesday, January 17, 2012

little red berries

press their cheeks into pillows of snow

13 comments:

Doug Hickok said...

Such a poetic post, wonderful writing with the imagery.

Sharon said...

Ah...you are so right, a niced contrast between our two photos. Love those berries against the snow.

Kate said...

I like the idea of snow! Very little in either Mn or NM! Either too little or too much. Never the t'wain shall meet, I guess!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Beautiful wintery image Brattcat, when you pull it in closer it looks even better.
The Garaldton Wax flower does have a lovely sweet smell that drives the bees crazy!

Lowell said...

Gorgeous! Perhaps these berries help the little critters who live in the woods get through the winter?

Virginia said...

Well that's pretty gorgeous. I've missed seeing your wonderful photos my dear.

I"m squeezing every drop of Paris this last day. I'll be back to visiting soon.

Today I visited a dragourie and ALMOST bought a knitting kit for a mohair black kitty and was going to beg you to knit if for me, for pay of course. Mary got a grip on my and said by the time I added all the postage etc. It would be a $30 kitty, plus labor!

Hugs from Paree,
V

Rob and Mandy said...

Very poetic, very nice

Malyss said...

Like those people who are always searching for the fresh place on the pillow...

Sharon Creech said...

Who would think of such a poetic accompaniment to this photo? You, brattcat, only you.

Jack said...

You caught the snow while it was still very fresh. Maybe you can find some way to ship New England snow to the readers from other regions who miss it!

Madge @ The View From Right Here said...

I agree with Doug... your poetic caption is so descriptive ...

JM said...

So beautiful!

Jilly said...

Ooh how absolutely lovely.