Woods Country Cove

Love Of Nature, Photography, Gardening And Country Valley Living

Thursday, February 20, 2014

A Beautiful Morning

 

The weather yesterday was warm and sunny the temps  got up to +4 or 39°F which is what it is right now so far .  This time of year  temps this warm melt a lot of the snow  . When the temps rise and as the snow melts it gets damp and foggy  and as the temps lower over night you end up with a hoarfrost . It wasn’t a big hoarfrost but just enough to cover everything and make it look pretty and mysterious . So of course out I went in my jammies to take photos . The air was damp with a little chill in it bit the sun was rising and all the birds and critters were busy and the chatter from them all  that echoed in the air over the valley was wonderful .

                               Warning heavy on the photos .

              Still only a few photos here that I took lol ! I get snap happy and taken away in beauty like this lol

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                   I know  , I have been waiting for spring but this beauty just makes the winter worth while for me  !

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                                 Yup our Easter Blue birds are back ,Papa and I saw them yesterday evening !

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The background of these photos had a purple pink huge to them , the sun rise light reflecting in the sky through damp chilly air !

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     Look who else graced us with his presents , Mr Robin , they came back a few weeks ago then disappeared looks like they are back now as the temps warm up !

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                                      Miggs trying not to fall through the snow as there is a crust of frost on top !

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                                                                                 Frozen berries on our tree !

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         A flock of Canada Geese flying by in the light of the sunrise as they head to the river  I love the sound of them honking as it echo's in the sky as they fly by .

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                                A light mist over the valley as the sun rises gives off a very mysterious yet beautiful sight  !

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                                           Sun was  rising in the  south east and the moon setting  in the south west !

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             Miggs waiting to go for her walk .  So I packed up my camera  felt wonderfully refreshed  after  being outside as the sun was rising   seeing, hearing and capturing some of  the nature and beauty first thing this morning  . I then went in got dressed and we went for a nice walk !

                                               Later today it is to be  raining , but for now I will enjoy the sunshine ! .

                                                                         Until next time my friends !

                                                                                   Country Gal

18 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

lovely.

Patsy said...

Nature is wonderful, never tire of your photo's.
Sorry about the shoulder and boy do I know about getting old.

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Spectacular photos, the hoarfrost is amazing.
We've got temps in the seventies today, sadly warmer weather brings tornados in the South, so we are under the dreaded watch.
Spring Bluebirds....so exciting.
~Jo

Shirley said...

The snow is coming down. It was thunder, lightening, rain and hail earlier today. Now they say snow and the winds. Just what we wanted. At least most of our snow was gone so we will have some place to put it if we get that much. I like your pictures. Have a wonderful day and enjoy the sunshine. Hugs and Prayers from Your Missouri Friend.

William Kendall said...

Hoarfrost looks amazing!

We're due for some snow this evening, possibly changing to freezing rain or rain, depending on what the temperatures do.

Primitive Stars said...

Afternoon, always enjoy visiting your blog, Beautiful pictures, love the moon and Miggs, Blessings Francine.

Tessa~ Here there be musing said...

Oh!!!! Hoarfrost! I love, love, love the effect of that. Such lovely photos, it provides. Mmmmmm... Thank you for going out and capturing it.

All your photos are lovely, but I do, do, do love hoarfrost! :-)

Jane and Chris said...

Lovely pics! Not so pretty today..dull,dull ,dull...it's quite miserable.
Jane x

Pamela Gordon said...

I hoar frost is so pretty. Lovely photos. I like the sunrise one. Still sunny here in Calgary but it's going to be much colder the next few days and snow on Saturday. (just a bit) :)

Amy at love made my home said...

Your pictures are of course so very pretty!! I bet that you are glad that the snow is starting to melt rather than being added to, spring WILL come soon!! xx

Faye Henry said...

Lovely pics as always.. You are an early riser, eh? xo

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Again, your photos are amazing and a perfect way to start the day--I hope the rain (that we're getting on Friday) hasn't and won't dampen the spirit of your day -- I have a feeling it didn't! :-)

Linda said...

I am like you, Elaine....
Out and about with my camera...still in my housecoat and hair sticking up everywhere!
I also got a morning shot of the moon....over the Gulf...
Awesome♥️
Love your photos....bravo!
Cheers!
Linda :o)

DeniseinVA said...

Hi Elaine, whenever you say 'photo heavy' I always get happy as I love to look through your photographs. All beautiful as always :) Have a great weekend!

Margaret Adamson said...

HI I Love the shots of Frozen Berries and of course that last shot of Miggs, take the biscuit! Have a great weekend.

Gill - That British Woman said...

I do hope those blue birds hang around as maybe Spring might actually arrive sooner rather than later!!

Great photos, especially the last one!

Anvilcloud said...

School buses are cancelled here this morning although it doesn't look bad out there.

Knatolee said...

Such pretty photos! love your beautiful doggy.