“To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them.” — Elliott Erwitt


Thursday, February 5, 2015

Still Vegging

 Cold air and deep snow.

 After chores it felt good to get back in the house.
Sally brought these tulips last night and they sure brighten up the kitchen.
 I'm tellin' ya, I turn into a wet noodle when I'm by the fire.
So do my buddies.

 We had sunshine much of the day, but it did not have much impact on the temperature.
Went out for evening chores as it started setting.

 A simple supper.
 Another Saint Tim salad with leftover corn chowder
 and grilled bread.
10 degrees and plunging.
Night all.


  1. Snowed here all morning and cold too. Going down to somewhere below zero tonight. Love the pictures of your buddies by the fire. The tulips really do brighten up the room, beautiful.

  2. Looks good inside, toasty warm
    Lily & Edward

  3. What a blaze of color! Our sunset was beautiful in pinks and oranges last night. Bitterly cold and windy, but today? 30? Go figure. Tomorrow is supposed to be 40 and then we get some rain.
    Beautiful tulips and what magnificent photos!

  4. Another 'banner' banner for you. LOVE it. Ah... corn chowder it was a staple on winter Friday nights for our Catholic family. Sooooooo much more delicious than fish sticks! Yuk.

  5. I love the horse in the snow header photo!


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