Wednesday, December 9, 2009

The Bay... 6* Fahrenheit!
The Winter Fairy's Wand...

Log with ice crystals

Frozen tideland

Washed ashore; now sporting a
fashionable winter hairdo!

Even salt water freezes at 6*!


An icy flounce on the skirts of the bank

Joining Susan for
and Kathleen for

"He casts forth His ice as fragments;
Who can stand before His cold?"
Psalm 147:17


LV said...

I enjoyed seeing all your great ice scenes. I am thankful we have not had anything like that yet. Even tho I am not for ice, the picture with ice cycles looks like hanging on cloths line.

The Watts Family said...

Absolutely beautiful ~Thanks for sharing those pictures ~Blessings & Merry Christmas ~Heather ;D

Christa said...

Beautiful pictures! Was that a tennis ball that washed ashore?
I hope you are having a wonderful Christmas season.


eileeninmd said...

Loved your icy shots, wonderful photos. My dog loves to play with those tennis balls.

LDH said...

Dear Lady Farmer,

These pictures are beautiful! The ice crystals on the tennis ball and the icicles along the bank are most amazing. Beauty even at 6*!

Thank you for enduring the cold to capture these photographs and sharing them!

Kindly, ldh

The B's said...

Thanks for taking me on the walk with you! I miss it! The beautiful bay farm...


Mary said...

Your photos are gorgeous, but they had me reaching for my sweater. I hope you are having a great Outdoor Wednesday - inside :-).

Eve said...

Such a fun group of photos. I especially enjoyed the tennis ball with his icy halo! :)

Marqueta said...

Dear Lady Farmer,

Thank goodness, when it's cold, at least it's beautiful!

It's supposed to get five below zero tonight, so it should be REAL pretty!



Nadine said...

brr...but so beautiful! We just can't seem to warm-up at our house. Our poor little woodstove has been working overtime to keep us warm!
Thank you for sharing such beautiful photos!


Anonymous said...

Dear Lady Farmer,

The coldest it has gotten here is 16 degrees ~ brrr! 6 degrees.

The pictures are lovely...I can feel the quietness and the beautiful solitude.

Thank you for sharing and braving the cold to capture it all.

I hope you had a nice, hot cup of tea afterwards :)



Olde Dame Penniwig said...

Six degrees F is insane!!!

Love the pix, tho...

Vivianna said...

I love your new blog background!

Have a blessed Merry Christmas!


Cass @ That Old House said...

Haha... "Ice flounce!" Love it. Love the tennis ball, too (that is a tennis ball, right?) -- wow. Six degrees. Really? YIKES... gorgeous, but holy moly that is COLD. What does January bring? Or shouldn't I ask?

Sharon said...

Dear Lady Farmer,

Thank you SO MUCH for sharing these beautiful photos! I hope that you were able to warm up afterward. Isn't everything so beautiful, the Lord took glitter and sprinkled it :)

It is 2 degrees right now, so I am sitting in front of the woodstove with a Hot Cocoa with Homemade marshmallows :)

have a blessed day my friend :)


Rebecca said...

Hey Sweetie...Thanks for visiting again...

The Stocking are made with quilt batting and different kinds of vintage fabrics. I love old damasks (tablecloths) as they work up lovely. Vintage trims and laces make them shine! I'm glad you like them. time you are at a sale grab some of those old linens and things. You'll make good use out of them for sure.

Hugs to you~

Love, Rebecca

Abounding Treasures said...

Great pix!

By the way, I love your header and how the snowflakes appear to be falling over your blog :o)


Camille said...

Dear Lady Farmer ~

Your photographs are lovely and you've captured it all so beautifully. What a wonderfully CREATIVE God we serve! His handiwork is amazing no matter what the season ~ just imagine what Heaven must be like!

Have a blessed Christmas!
In Him,

Anonymous said...

Beautiful shots, Raeann. I hated the fact that you have to endure such cold temperatures in order to take those shots!


Karen said...

Beautiful pictures!! Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!! Karen

Diane Shepard Johnson and Sarah E. Johnson said...

Dear Raeann,

Your lovely photograph of the icicles over the water along the bank remind us of Mrs. Tiggywinkle's wash!

Your kindred spirits,
Diane and daughter Sarah