Hello February . . .
Hello, friends. It’s been awhile, hasn’t it? I missed you and I hope you’ve been well. I decided to take a brief sabbatical from bloggingÂ during the month of January,Â in order to focus my attention on painting. Well, the days spilled into weeks, and before I knew it, an entire month had passed. Here we are, in February.
Â Sunlight in My Snow-Covered, Secret Garden
Although it’s still winter, there’s something about the increasing light that makes this month a bit less brutal in the northern climes. The weather has been very cold this year, but the atmospheric conditions have made for some spectacular winter walks. How have you been? Do you embrace the season and get outside on snowshoes, skates or skis to enjoy the sparkling, snow-covered landscape, or do you prefer to curl up inside with hot chocolate, seed catalogs and gardening books?
I’ll be here a bit more this month; sharing images from around the garden, forest and beyond. Thanks for stopping by!
Â Blue Shadows and Sparkling Ice-Clad Branches (Acer palmatum ‘Bloodgood’)
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