Thursday, 31 January 2008

Snow storms

Truely atrocious weather has hit us and I enjoyed looking at it from my cosy studio. I took some pictures through the window as it was much too wet and windy outside and I did not want to expose my camera to such conditions.

As the window was covered in water droplets I unwittingly achieved quite an interesting effect, taking pictures through this. It seems to have made the pictures quite vintage looking although I can assure you I did not move back in time. They really were taken today!
Can you see all the birds in the picture above. We spend a fortune in bird nuts and seeds but in return I get a great view from the studio at all the birds and sometimes we have literally dozens of them.
We also have a bird bath although in this weather I'm sure they are not silly enough to dive in! It looks lovely covered with a layer of snow!

And by the way, amazingly this is my 250th post since I started blogging. I want to say a HUGE thank you to all my regular readers. I really appreciate your visits and comments. Blogging has truely enriched my life and I love sharing my artful life with all of you!

4 comments:

Colorfuldayz said...

Wow! Those photos are gorgeous, especially the closer one of the birdbath. They look very old, and a little spooky ... make me think of some of the really old creepy houses in the southeast of the US, like in Savannah, GA or Charleston, SC. I love watching the weather go crazy from the inside of my home, too.

Angie Hall Haviland said...

WOW Frieda!! Beautiful pictures!! BURRRRR glad you are inside and cozy! and WOW 250 posts!! HOW FUN!!

spiralsun65 said...

And it's a pleasure being able to come and share your blog! Thanks for inviting us! Those photographs are beautiful; I love that layered effect created by the veil of droplets on the window.

Trudi said...

Amazing Frieda! Yes I see all of the birds and love your fabulous view from your studio - how inspiring it must be! You've inspired me to go fill up the bird feeders! Thanks - I enjoyed reading and will visit again!

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