Artistic pics...and thought-provoking when one reads the ironic title. Great!Very stylish template.Suki, thanks for your comment. My heart just went flap flap falp!Caaw caaw!May all your moments sparkle with joy.
Just the same folowers are we have right now :-)
Wow! Suki just now I could see the picture you've put in your header... That beautiful barn... So lovely... I've always loved it.. the contrast between snow and its color ... the trees... Amazing.
Thought I ventured onto someone elses blog here.. All was black. I had to look at your photos for a minute to GET the FLOWERS.. Finally the ice cicles came into view. I think the black took my 'sight' away for a minute. LOLThey are beautiful. :)
Cant see the barn in the header. Might take awhile for it to come up for me. How do you do that header? I cant figure it out.
I like to fool around with the blog colors. Cris, blogger has a new feature now. If you click on the "header" link for the sidebar stuff they have an option for putting in the photo so that it isn't huge as it used to be but sized to fit. IE click on the link you used to write in your title and you'll see what I'm talking about.
Thanks suki for the info on doing the header. I will check it out later. your picture finally came in and it is big. I love that photo.. good choice.
Oh my god Suki, these are awsome pictures. When I looked at the first one the first time, I thought it was a painting of birches wich had the lower part of their truncs cut! Then I realized that is is ice! Great pictures, very artful!And I thought the same thing as Cris did, that I had ventured to someone else's blog:) I like the black, it is a great background for all the pictures,.AndreaPS have a good weekend
PPS thank you Suki for putting the Miss Doodle logo on your webside, I am glad you are her fan:)
You ARE a poet, seeing flowers in these icicles over the windows. Quite an eye you have.
Goregous shot of the Barn on top Suki. I love it! Nice new angle on it too.And the icles as your flowers are terrific too. I too thought I was looking at trees or bamboo at first. Interesting how eyes need to adjust to the changes. Very arty all of it.
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