Sunday, January 7, 2018

Sunday Stroll: Slightly Tempid

When I got up today it was 27 degrees warmer than yesterday. A real warming trend after many days of bitter cold. The sun is trying to break through the clouds, but it is suppose to snow later tonight. I am headed to a feast tonight with my son-in-laws family. It is a never ending array of courses, today is the Orthodox Christmas.

I liked the cross formed when I was shooting the  sun coming through the clouds and trees. It is actually three different trees that made this.

A frozen world everywhere one goes.

I just liked the color on the landscape of this light colored tree and was rewarded with an eagle roosting on the left top I didn't see. The one that got away, I found it only when I got home.

Old Snowflake is content with a large bale to last a few days.
Not if we can help it. I'm starved!
They are so ba-a-a-ad

Visit Marcie the originator of Sunday Strolls. Her Quiet Country House in Michigan is always a treat to visit. 


  1. Hi Steve - looks wonderful .. but yes the light is getting a little longer ... so a lighter life ahead - but fun to see your takes - and enjoy that feast tonight - it's certainly a special day - cheers Hilary

  2. Lovely selection of photographs.
    Loved seeing Old Snowflake and the sheep.

    All the best Jan

  3. I see you have also had a heatwave! lol Enjoy!

  4. You have some very dull gloomy weather.

  5. Our heatwave is coming today. I see the windows look like it rained over nigt

  6. Love the sights of your bleak midwinter with bright spots to cheer the heart, like sweet Buttons and the sheep!

  7. That eagle was well hidden wasn't he?
    I always enjoy the critter commentary:)
    Stay warm.

  8. We're enjoying a warm-up, too. But they're talking about more snow on the coming weekend. Another nice Sunday walk. Some great shots in this series.

  9. Such beautiful scenery! and what a great shot with the!

  10. I see the Eagle! Lovely pics of the sheep, too. I have one blog friend who raises Jacob sheep and then uses the wool to make lovely rugs, table runners etc.


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