Thursday, February 04, 2010

A Day In The Life Of...

 

The setting moon

 

the rising sun

 

the frozen pond

 

the day begun

 

a snow filled nest

 

some wings of white

 

the sinking sun

 

and so, goodnight.

13 comments:

Tabor said...

Nicely done. Almost a prayer.

Sky said...

the beauty of this day through your magnificent gift of images...
and the day is done.

Marion said...

This is a beautiful prayer, Pauline, a wonderful song to end the day, along with your peaceful photos...

TomCat said...

Beautiful pics. Superb presentation.

Barbara said...

You live in such a beautiful place. I hope you don't take it for granted!

herhimnbryn said...

A mantra. Beautifully done P.

Dick said...

A glorious sequence of pictures, Pauline. A good eye and beautiful surroundings.

Molly said...

Lovely. Chilly looking, but lovely!
Will put soda bread recipe on cooking blog tonight.

Meggie said...

Wonderful to share this, when it is so thundery and sticky over here.

Molly said...

Oh, and too late for the green, which I don't even like---it's kind of a pond scum shade! I went with the monosyllabic one's vote and bound it in purple today! It looks more lurid than ever I regret to say....

Pauline said...

Thanks, Tabor - on reread, it seems that way to me, too.

and thank you Sky - it was a lovely day from moon set/sun rose to the setting sun.

Marion - glad you enjoyed it :)

Thanks TCat - my little camera isn't the best nor am I a photographer but I'm having fun documenting bits of my life.

Never, Barbara!

Thanks, HHB!

Thanks Dick - there are many ways to compose a poem, yes?

Molly - it was the least cold day in a sequence of cold days and I enjoyed every second of it.

Meggie - I could have used some of that heat last week!

Molly said...

It worked! Now it's giving me your latest posts instead of ones from a month ago....Thanks!

Land of shimp said...

Pauline, those are a lovely grouping of pictures, and I greatly enjoyed the words that went with them. Together they convey a sense of peace, and really would be perfect before bed.

Sort of an adult "Goodnight Moon". Very nicely done.