Thursday, January 7, 2010

The day comes to light on a world of shining beauty.

We woke Her early, because of the featherlight dancing of snowflakes in the early morning light. We walked. Lapwings and sunrise in a beautiful world. Words are unecessary when there is so much beauty.





















For a moment the moon looked out between the clouds. This day is such a blessing.

30 comments:

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Such beauty !
I smile everyday I visit your blog. It brings back memories of my life in the Wye Valley, serene, peaceful and one of the prettiest areas in Wales.
The gingers seem to enjoy their snowy walks ;)

Karen L R said...

this post is a sanctuary. thank you.

Kat_RN said...

Lovely, a little bit of beauty and peace, just what I needed to start my day. Brrrr, now go get warm.
Kat

amy said...

Such gorgeous pics! The light is magical!

The Curious Cat said...

Oh my, how magical...stuff that dreams are made of...it lifts the soul, it really does...xxx

petoskystone said...

such wonderful colors!

Ann said...

I am breathless with happy tears-Mother Nature at her very best-thank you-Angie

Morning's Minion said...

I love the pawprints in the snow and the single-file procession.

Anonymous said...

Happy New Year to the Morrises (human & feline). Looking forward to another year of reading this wonderful blog. xx

JC said...

Love the pics ...
Esp seeing the prints in the snow ..

Elizabeth said...

Your posts and pictures really lift my soul...the Gingers look like flecks of sunshine on the landscape... so lovely! A great start to the New Year.

Eliz, Cricket & Lily

moreidlethoughts said...

Such beauty!
(As I write this we are having a HUGE downpour and the temp has dropped to about 20deg C It's 5am)

Marlene said...

A blessing indeed. Thank you

Sara said...

Ginger cats look especially lovely in the white snow, and glow goldenly like the sun!

B R Wombat said...

How we love to see you out walking in the snow whilst we skulk indoors in the warm.

Love from Tuppence the Ginger and his friends up here in frozen Perthshire

Mr. R.W. Emerson said...

I'm in awe. Just gorgeous.

Laura J. Wellner (author pseudonym Laura J. W. Ryan) said...

Snow is such a magical element, I love it, photograph it like crazy while it's here, but I don't much care for driving to and from work in it! Ginger cats especially glow bright in it!! Thanks for sharing your morning walk!

Frostbite and Sunburn said...

More lovely sunlight firey moggies - very pretty. I like the one of the cat balanced on the fence post - did he jump onto that little landing pad on his own?

Moira said...

Ginger cats are my VERY favourite, what a beautiful blog!I have been owned by one most beautiful ginger in particular, his name was Sparky, Im following you......

June said...

Achingly breathtaking pictures.
The fifth shot stopped me in my tracks for a long time.

Imo said...

Gorgeous as ever!!!

Dartford Warbler said...

Thank you for another beautiful post.

Claire^Monkey said...

Gorgeous pictures. Just beautiful. wow.

Lydia said...

This is my favorite post ever at any blog. It is all the things each of these comments says it is, and more. Thank you for this treasure.

Deb Morse said...

So beautiful.... the world is magical, Jackie, and you translate it for us... through the prism of your consciousness you focus our gaze on the beauty..... thank you.

Amongst The Oaks said...

So cold yet so beautiful. It appears Mr. Griffith's house has been freshly painted. It look so fresh and clean.

Tuikku said...

Beautiful pics... and ginger cats!!

Chatters said...

Ohhh my god, your cats are sooo gorgeous. The place where you live looks beautiful.
Thanks for sharing. I have enjoyed looking around your blog and reading your posts

Kitikata-san said...

Wow BEAUTIFUL is the word. Your orange fun is so beautiful on the desert of snow.

skippinginthemeadow said...

Oh, Your blog is like a Magical Wonderful Story book. I am totally enchanted and can't stop Smiling :o)