Kendal, nestled against Stella’s back.
The first caress of morning sunlight on a snowfield.
In February our redbud tree is draped in hoarfrost, a beautiful sight to behold. Soon it will be festooned in gay, lovely pink. At either time, it is a blessed sight.
The understated beauty of an overnight hoarfrost.
In February, black and tones of white, grey, and brown dominate the palette. It becomes necessary to look deeply and far for colour. This barn and shed well off the road added some welcome reds to the scene.
A most marvellous hoarfrost occurred overnight. Among many other acts of grace it performed, it turned the commonplace – in this case, a clothespin and clothesline – into beautiful works of art.
Waiting for the summer season and its crowds of people, parties, activity. In the meantime, it marks time as winter continues.