Friday, 8 January 2010

Winter Wonders & Winter Comforts


joanne May said...

Hi Jasmine,
So very beautiful... I love your snow photos and the vibrant rainbow scarf.
I hope you are keeping warm in this cold weather.;)
Have a wonderful weekend.
Love, Jo.x

Lickety Splitter said...

I heard through the grapevine that the United Kingdom was being snowed upon. Lo and behold, they were right. Thanks for sharing!

Simstone said...

That pic at the top of the page looks very much like a sculpture. Nice lines and form. i luv old gnarly trees at night with lights on them. They look like some kind of creature.

Phoenix C. said...

That looks like a beautiful area - is it a botanic garden? Lovely photos.

Your scarf is glorious - I love those colours, they really glow.

Titus said...

Lovely photographs, fabulous face on the snowman (great nose in particular) and yes, that rainbow scarf is to die for!
Keep warm and creative!

Caio Fernandes said...

the title coundn't be more perfect .
what a wonderful post !!
i real travel for me .
thank you for this Jasmine ....keep spreading magic and joy !!

Seth said...

Beautiful shots. I love the twisted brances in the first photo especially.

Jasmine said...

Joanne - Thankyou :) I will have an amazing weekend. I go to visit my best friend in London on Sunday and will meet my fairy god daughter for the first time. You don't get better than that x

LS - Snowing everywhere except Anglesey, I'm sure :)

Simstone - That was my favourite tree, I'm glad you like it. There is something quite contrived about the horizontal banches that makes it stand out.

Phoenix - Yes, its the Birmingham BVotanical Gardens. I love it. Although the dye garden was covered in snow with no sign of vegetation below. Do I have a onr tracked mind? :)

Titus - Thank you. We came ill prepared, the eyes were made from pennies :)

Caio - You are so sweet. I'm working my little piece of magic for you right now :)

Seth - Thank you, I think that was my favourite tree. Very quirky x

ArtSparker said...

The robin looks so brave. Ah, I'm totally anthropomorphizing. He does, though. Beautiful light. Was the snowman your work?

Celeste Bergin said...

wow those are some sublime photos, you have a great eye...I want the scarf.

Renee said...

Sweet Jasmine, this blogger is tossing me out of places left and right and then on the other half I am having constant pop ups and need to log out. Have of the people I follow are no longer there.

Someone else mentioned these same problems but say they are fixed now. Maybe that is what is happening to us.

So I saw you won Karin's giveaway, she is so dear and so amazing and so beautiful.

I love the tree you did.

Happy New Year darling.

Love Renee xoxo

Ryan Sutton said...

Love the pictures, winter can be so very very breathtakingly beautiful if we stop to look, and you have captured that beauty well. Thank you for sharing!

Poetic Artist said...

Wonderful photos and I love the scarf...It looks so cozy and bright.

Assayya said...

sweet little robin on the picture.
your yellow felt work let the sun shine between the snow:))

lettuce said...

lovely light in your snow photos

and the scarf is great - it looks as warm as it probably is!

lynne h said...

oh my goodness, look at those rhododendron buds... and the scarf...

love to you, jasmine and thank you for these images. : )

Gwen Buchanan said...

I really enjoyed you winter landscapes ... hope it is not too difficult to get around