Last week looked oddly like springtime. It felt so strange to lose the snow so quickly. I didn't take photos then.
Here are some of the wintry photos I've taken in the past week or so when we did have snow. The forest walk that Meeko and I take once a day and occasionally twice is restorative for me. About 35 to 40 minutes surrounded by nature is a joy. Meeko bounds and leaps and then waits for his less rapid companion who is usually off taking a photo somewhere. We both revel in the sights and sounds of the forest, each other's company as well as occasional encounters with fellow nature lovers, both two-footed and four-footed.
|Airborne! 'Superdog' in his head and in my heart. :)|
|If you look at all of the frozen water, you get a sense of why we can't walk here for three seasons.|
|Wrap yourself up. It's getting cold.|
|Autumn and winter. Soul mates.|
|Love in the forest.|
|Gorgeous spiky frost on the marsh. It reminded me of a feather boa.|
|Touchdown after leaping over the log!|
|Frost-tipped echinacea in my garden. (The only photo not from the forest.)|
|My beautiful heart tree. When I was trying to find it again, I actually said|
'Where is my heart' out loud and then 'There it is'. My heart.
|More leaf love.|
|Is there such a thing as too much leaf love. I don't think so.|
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