So, as I look out the window at the whitened landscape of snow. Trying my best not to get snow blind (heh). I decided as a homage to the coming spring (we all know it’ll get around the seasonal corner sometime!) that I’d post my profile photo here, of the lovely cherry tree where I used to live. 🙂
Very bright and springy for sure. 🙂 I miss the tree, and I’m glad I have photos for me to remember it by. I’ll post more of them as I can. Here’s to hoping for spring, and may everyone’s day be bright and sunny! Even if there’s snow on the ground like where I am. (Just try not to get snow blind.)
Enjoy! 🙂 If you like leave a comment, to tell me what you think! I love comments. 😀
So I found some pictures I had taken where I used to live that I’ve decided are too good to just keep to myself. 🙂
This tree was probably thirty-five feet from our house, where we used to live. It was beautiful and I loved it. A quiet small serene place that made for reading, writing, or drawing. And looking up at this tree while setting at the base — gave you an amazing feeling of being one with nature.
I have more photos like this — of nature and places of quiet serenity where we used to live that I have just found on my camera card. I’m hoping to upload more in the days to come. 🙂
A nice cozy fire for getting though a cold December night. I have more photos like this that I might decide to post later as well, one I was inspired to even write a poem alongside the photo itself. So that’ll be fun; I hope to post it soon as well. But in the meantime all enjoy the warm ambiance of the cozy December Fire. 😉 Marshmallows and coco anyone?
So… This is what happens when you’re up in the middle of the night and it’s raining. Being inspired to take random photos can come up with some interesting images. This was taken last night and although I’m not a fan of how it came out it did strike some inspiration and I thought that well, maybe if it gave me inspiration you never know when it might give someone else inspiration too. So here’s to sharing inspiration. 🙂