Sunday, 12 January 2014

Frosty Footsteps

Today was a 116 mile trip to see my son play rugby it was 0 that's cold I lose all function it the cold sometimes. I still have wonderment at how beautiful and breathtaking nature can be and while I was waiting for the pitch to defrost I took this picture. Nature has a continuing canvas , everything has a purpose and commands your attention.

Here was a cloudy day but I see beyond the clouds and look can you see the blue sky in the middle ?

I love quiet , I love solitude I love being with me , if I turn the corner will you be waiting for me ?

Times past of cabbages and kings and time for tea upon Edwardian splendor.


  1. I can indeed see the blue sky - it is important to always look for the blue sky. Love that house!

  2. thats a hell of a long way to go to play a game of rugby, hope they got on all right. Well worth it for the photographs though. What a nice place to live

  3. Made me cold just looking at the frost on the leaf. Brrrrrr
    Hope you've warmed up now. ;)
    Lovely pics.x

  4. Lovely pictures.I like the clouds reflected in the windows of the house. Popping over from #whatsthestory

  5. Fabulous photos Claire. Love them all but especially the frosty leaf, that's wonderful. Hope your son got on alright in the rugby and it wasn't too cold. Thank you for sharing with #whatsthestory

  6. I love a frosty morning! Beautiful photos.

  7. Wow, that house at the bottom is so wonderful, can you imagine living there? Wonderful frosty leaf shot, they're really difficult to capture aren't they?


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