Country Winter Walk

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Country Winter Walk


This afternoon was cold, gray, windy and damp.

 sepia rope

I don’t really know why I wanted to go for a walk but I did.

daisies sepia
It’s always amazing to me what you can see on a walk
that you might miss just driving by.

Percy, our dog, followed me all the way of course.

countryroad sepia

It’s always nice to have a companion on the road.
 sepia tree

Sometimes…we just have to take a little closer look to find beauty in the dead of winter….

Truly, truly, I say to you, Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it stays alone: but if it die, it brings forth much fruit.  John 12:24

Have a lovely weekend…

Linking with Cottage Flora Thursday and My Romantic Home’s Friday Show and Tell.


Fishtail Cottage said...

What beautiful pictures.....thanks so much for linking up to Cottage Flora Thursday's.....I really enjoyed looking at your post! xoox

Donna said...

Thanks Tracie!

Fishtail Cottage said...

Oh, Donna! i feel so honored...i am so glad you did this post (i don't see it linked though?)..let me know if you need help! i would hate for anyone to miss this beautiful photography you shared! xoxo

Ky said...

I love this post!
Don't you ever say that you're not good at taking photos. They are great photos!

You have a great weekend too Donna! xx

Photography said...

I love your images!! Walks are always so refreshing. I passed an award on to you :-)

Anonymous said...

I found you on Show and Tell in My Romantic Home blog. I like your photos of your winter walk with your dog. Visit me at Mel's Cabin and see what I've been up to.

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous photos Donna, I agree...I love a nice walk just to soak up the beauty!! Percy is adorable too! I hope you too have a wonderful weekend my new friend.

Breathing In Grace said...

Oh, I love the "sepia" pics!!! They're great!

Hootin Anni said...

I enjoyed walking with you on a cold, wintry day. These kind are always so refreshing.


Kim @ Home Is Where The Heart Is said...

Beautiful pictures, Donna :) We are getting more and more and more snow today...I keep telling myself that we're getting closer to spring each day :)

Kerrie said...

Great photos! I wrote a poem about the "Colors of Winter" a couple of days ago and will be posting later today. I love the links you have at the end of each post as I always discover one I have not seen before! Hugs!

GlorV1 said...

Oh Donna!! I've got to try this. Awesome photos!!! Ayeeeeee! I want to do this. I hope you won't think I'm copying you if I at least TRY to take pictures and and and and hehehehehe copy you. tee hee. Have a great weekend dear.

Needled Mom said...

Beautiful pictures. I love the sepia tones.

Donna said...

Of course not Gloria..sepia is an option on anyone's photos. I've always loved regular color so much that I never tried to do this. But my winter photos from yesterday came out so bland that I thought I'd try this for things with lots of contrast and texture and that seemed to have a lot of interesting composition.

I have another set from the same walk that are very colorful. But these seemed to beg for sepia. I bet, as an artist, you could do some pretty amazing things. :o)

Caroline said...

Oh, I love these photos!!

Victoria said...

Those are lovely pictures, what a nice walk that looks like:)

Julie Marie said...

Hi Donna, what a beautiful blog you have and I loved taking a winter walk with you today... Jack and I take a daily Nature walk I post about often... you are so right, there is so much beauty to see if one just opens their eyes and their heart... xoxo Julie Marie PS I found you through Tracie's party at Fishtail Cottage!

Trudy said...

What amazing photos. You have a gift for photography. Love the sepia effect.

“There's nothing half so pleasant as coming home again.” ~ Margaret Sangster

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