Enchanted . . .

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In the early weeks of February —as skies begin to blush earlier each morning and light lingers longer in evening— winter takes on a certain softness. Traces of pink, peach, lavender and rose paint the horizon at dawn, and whispers of powder-grey fog stir the valley’s hush. Overnight snowfalls dust the forest with a fresh a coat of sparkling white, creating a magical scene by daybreak. Enchanted.


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6 Replies to “Enchanted . . .”

  1. Deb Weyrich-Cody

    Oh my! It’s almost like living on (a wintery) Mount Olympus, isn’t it?
    “Up above the clouds so high…” xo D.

  2. Michaela

    Thank you, Amy. These are mostly iPhone4 photos —including that frosty window there— grabbed on the run. I agree! Impossible to go even a day without recording the beauty of the season. Enjoy! xx

  3. Michaela

    Hi Karen, I confess that I have an unabashed love for winter. Perhaps this is because I love snowshoeing, tobogganing, skiing, and well, you get the idea. Also, I work so many hours, spring-fall, that I enjoy the rest and quiet of studio time. I think it’s unusual for a gardener to love winter as much as I do. But, that said, I can not deny that I am indeed enchanted by, and ever-always looking forward to spring! xx M

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