To see my other winter 2011 macros click here.
MUSINGS, DOINGS AND DABBLINGS OF A CITY GIRL FROM TEXAS LIVING A DUSTY LIFE IN THE WILDS OF OKLAHOMA... nature, food, travel, garden, photography, family, a bit of style and a heaping helping of silliness... just for the hilarity of it all...
PS. I love pinecones! Love your pictures.ReplyDelete
These are beautiful! Great job. I wish I could of seen some snow this winter.ReplyDelete
But I'm so looking forward to spring!
Great macro's! I love the first one.ReplyDelete
I am so ready for summer.
What beautiful photos! I am ready for summer too. I hadn't seen this blog of yours yet, and I'm looking forward to exploring it.
Thanks for stopping by to say hi yesterday. I hope that you have a wonderful weekend!
Great snowy photos. I wish our winter lasted 2 weeks and not 5 months.ReplyDelete
Beautiful shots but I am with you. No more winter, I want Spring! xxxReplyDelete
Thanks for the visit by the way.
Beautiful winter macro shots!!!ReplyDelete
Oregon Kathy: Hi! I'm so happy you found my other blog-- this one is for all my other interests besides books-- plus lots of Talon for family.ReplyDelete
Those are really pretty Lesa! What lovely pictures. You only had winter for 2 weeks? I am so super jealous!ReplyDelete
Thank you so much for coming over to Communal Global and following. We are happy to have you!
We have been doing this for over a year now and having a great time learning about each others lives!
So pretty- I love pine conesReplyDelete
I enjoyed your final winter macros! Your photos are really beautiful. My favorite is the last one. I love the little piles of snow on the branches.ReplyDelete
Kaishon: Oh no, we aren't so lucky! Winter is about 4 months long-- it is just that the last 2wks were so extreme with 3 back to back ice/snow storms and temps below zero. We usually get 3 or 4 winter storms the entire season so that was like having the whole shebang in two weeks!! Way too much winter at once for me!!ReplyDelete
These are beautiful pictures!you sure know good shots.Like them all,but the 2nd one is so nature formed,not a manmade touch to it.Put more on.ReplyDelete
Thanks for all the visits and lovely comments!ReplyDelete
Oh cool! So you're an original East Texas gal! I had seen by your headline that you were a Texas city girl. Yeah, I lived in Dallas for 10 yrs, then got out to Rockwall area for 8 yrs, then further out to Kaufman County near Cedar Creek Lake area for the past 9 yrs. Really really like this area for the oak trees, sandy soil, affordable land, and we've been blessed with lots of beauty and great neighbors too. :) I'm originally from Wisconsin, but this place in NE Texas is my heaven. :)ReplyDelete
Yep-- about as original E Texan as it gets unless you count the 7 months in W. Tx as a baby. So glad my parents moved to E. Tx-- Pine trees are much prettier than tumbleweeds!ReplyDelete
I grew up in Longview and have family around the Palestine area.
Don't think I've been to the Cedar Lake area but your property looks lovely!