Ice-covered branches on a misty country morning. (Shot back before Christmas, but too pretty not to share).
For the next couple months likely, our water will be in the frozen, fluffy white form.
Fall sunset along the creek.
Anybody able to identify these pretty pink posies? They’ve popped up at the corner of the driveshed. I have no idea whether they’re wild or domestic. I do think they’re extremely pretty, however.
Papa, mama and baby toadstools in the west meadow
And yes, that is old horse manure they’re growing in.
Reeds at the pond
New green shoots are starting to stretch up around the shore of the pond, but last year’s reeds still tower high above, their feathery tops fluttering in the wind.
Mossy stump on a damp morning
The idea and the title for the snapshot post comes from Joan at For the Love of a House, a beautiful blog that chronicles an inspirational and exceptionally thoughtful renovation of an antique farmhouse in New Hampshire.
Joan also has an affection for tree fungi, or, as she calls them, “conks.”