The trees were so magical, it felt as though an artist had made a charcoal drawing with the trunks and branches and nature had done the rest.
My walk continued around, along with other people taking advantage of the fresh snow and untouched look to take as many images as possible. All commenting on how beautiful it all looked.
Narnia was well and truly here!
I took so many photos until my fingers couldn't feel the shutter anymore. They were frozen through!
When I got home that afternoon, Mr Teenager was really excited about something he had found in the waterbutt in the garden. Now, I was a bit trepidacious (is that a word?) following him outside, he does like to shock me with spiders and such like but this time I was very impressed. Look at what had formed inside the edge...
Aren't they amazing!
Now then, no more monochrome, let's have some colour starting with my gorgeous Coco by day and by night. During the day she has been surveying the garden, eating bits and pieces left out for the birds (really annoying!) and getting suitably mudded up! By night, well, butter wouldn't melt would it (I can you hear you...'ahhhh') as she cosies up in her bed and
here. Have a go...they took me a couple of days and I am a novice at crochet.
The pink baby ripple blanket is almost there. In fact I think tonight is the night of the bobble stitch around the outside and it will be another 'Ta Dah' moment.
Did you catch it? Yes, a shot of pink in this very plain post! Here's another pink moment for you. Whilst composing this post there is a heavy scent in the air from one of my hyacinths. I leave this beauty with you and I hope the rest of your week goes well.
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