" I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape-the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it, the whole story doesn't show".
In reality, I prefer those warm, sultry summer days. This quote evoked the proper image and I identified with it , so here it is for you to enjoy. If you think about Andrew Wyeths paintings, you can really hear him saying this.
The morning after Thanksgiving, our weather suddenly changed to what it was supposed to be this time of year, COLD. I went downstairs for my coffee, looked outside, grabbed my camera and without putting on my shoes and socks, I walked in my bare feet to take these pictures. Sometimes I just have to see what it REALLY feels like.
I am thankful for my ice cold feet and for all of you wonderful people I have met in Blogland
............among many other things.
Happy Belated Thanksgiving!!
"Herbs" Woodcut by Karen Cole (1970's)