Friday, January 10, 2014

Staying Warm As Best We Can


Last evening as the sun was setting and shining through a window 
and casting a warm glow through the room,
I just couldn't resist capturing this.

Hope this gives much needed warmth to all who need it.










12 comments:

  1. Beautiful! I love the texture of the paint too

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    1. Hi Kathy! Always amazed to see you here with everything else that you do!!
      The texture, and of course the colours, is what attracted me right off the bat.
      Have a great weekend.

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  2. Our weekend will be quite mild! I hope it is for you, too, Jim. As long as it's not raining, I hope to go on a photo shoot in the country!

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    1. Ours is predicted to be the same Martha.....with tons of rain I hear! Ever tried taking photos in the car when it is raining? All sorts of effects you can get. Have fun and I hope you get to the country.

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  3. Just lovely, the colors are so warm I'm sure those freezing right now will appreciate them. Here it's 20F in the morning, 60F during the day. A huge difference in temps and still very dry. I'm off to read about Halifax now. I'm so mad, I have forgotten the name of that really good book I read about the explosion. I wanted to include it on my best books list, but it's gone from my memory. Not the story, just the name.

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    1. Wish it was 60F/20C here all the time! My fav temperature.
      There are so many books about this city and particularly about the explosion. Hope you remember it. A local woman, Janet Kimber, wrote 'Shattered City' a few years ago. Good luck in remembering Inger.
      Have a great weekend in all that balmy weather!!lol

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  4. It's supposed to be in the 50s tomorrow (with a lot of rain) after a week of bitterly cold weather.
    This is typical New England. That picture captures the light so well.
    And a happy belated birthday to Ron!

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    1. Ron thanks you for the birthday wishes, Coop.
      You know, I think being in such close proximity of the ocean affects our weather extremes here and New England.
      Thanks for stopping by.

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  5. The golden glow that the low slanting sun sends to objects in the house is magical. It was caught quite well in the painting. Nice look!

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    1. Thanks Sthis.haron. I hope it has warmed up for you....a bit.
      Yes, I just had to photograph

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  6. Thanks for the glow and the flowers! It's trying to blow me away here in Breckenridge. Stay warm. (I think I need some purple boots!)

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    1. LOL! I think Sophie can spare them Barb!
      Hold on tight against that wind and think 'warm thoughts'.

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