Sunday, January 9, 2011

Through The Trees Part II




Bare trees along the way
Make for such a dreary day
But for the sun peeking through
It can break your heart in two

27 comments:

LC said...

Part 1 for good morning; part 2 for good night; both for calm and thankfulness for God's beautiful world. Loved the header tree, too.

Karin said...

That header tree is gorgeous - wish ours looked like that - NOW please!
When the sun peeks through the trees, my heart gets filled with joy and peace! Have a sun-filled week!

George said...

I like your pictures of the sun shining through the tree branches. I also like your poems.

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Beautiful tree photos Ginny! When the trees are bare in winter all sort of details are visible that couldn't be seen when they are full of leaves. Sometimes I think they look just as beautiful this way!

PS: I did not go inside the bakeries as to not be tempted by the cookies and pastries :)

Mildred said...

Very beautiful Ginny.

SquirrelQueen said...

The sun peeking through can also make the heart sing. Gorgeous photos Ginny, I especailly like the last one.

hip-chick said...

Beautiful pictures and poem. I read somewhere that if you are really looking you can often see the colors of mauve in the bare trees of winter. I have seen it if I am looking at the trees on the highway. (while my husband is driving.)

Ann said...

So we have to have steady hands to take photos as beautiful as your? Sometimes my photos are blur and my husband says I shook my hands.

The little boy blue is not so little, he is my 14 year old son and he is taller than me.

It was after we had to walk on a lot of volcanic rocks, and I was far behind.

They were waiting for me, and he was squatting there resting while waiting for me.

The cows came so near to him.

This is another place where I showed you the sheep.

It's summer, and we want to make the best use of our holidays. So we have been out almost every alternate day. In winter, I usually hibernate and don't go out.

gemini said...

Hello Ginny...thanks for visiting again, I've been so busy, what with my in-laws staying with us for the past 10 days. They just went home yesterday and I have been cleaning the house. Anyway, my sis-in-law are thinking of a specialty bakeshop/pastries that would use organic ingredients...etc...etc...we're still cracking our head with plans.I will be updating you on this and maybe you can help with some ideas. Thanks for you photos too, it's so beautiful and am missing my home now with all nature around that we are back in the city. Your poem reminds me of Haikus we used to write in class. Have a beautiful day ahead of you. Best regards to all loved ones.

Sandra said...

i think that is a willow tree in the header, i like the lacy blur of the leaves or limbs. the second photo is gorgeous. hope you are not buried in snow again, watching tv news it is hard to tell.

Stacey Dawn said...

ooh - love that bare tree with the sun peaking through. Nice job!

Kerrie said...

Silhouetted trees are some of my favoite sights! So beautiful Ginny!

pam said...

the sun can do much for our spirits....I never tire of His glory!

Stuff could always be worse said...

Love the poem, and trees! I love seeing the tree bones, I call them
kim

Mary said...

More great camera work. Ginny, I live in Oregon. It's a shame it is hard for you to find lamb. Per your question. It's not better than beef. Nutritionally they are very similar, though lamb is slightly lower in calories. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary

Fred Alton said...

The sun is a powerful thing ... shining right through the cold bare limbs in winter! Unique photo capture..

Neal said...

That bottom picture is my favorite of all of them. All are beautiful but it's more beautiful.

Chatty Crone said...

Love the warmth - wish we had it here right now. sandie

DawnTreader said...

That last picture is stunning, the silhouette of the tree against those colours in the sky... Somehow one never gets tired of that kind of view!

wildlifewatcher said...

Hi Ginny, Part 2 is just as nice as Part 1 was. Have a really great evening!

Ann said...

Very pretty pictures. The sun decided to come out here today and it was like a little bit of heaven on earth. It's amazing what it can do for your spirit

Bobbi said...

So pretty!

LV said...

Both your tree post are very nice. I like taking things through the tree limbs and leaves. Nicely done.

S. Etole said...

Oh, wow, Ginny ... oh, wow!

Regina said...

The minute I got here, I had this background instrumental (electric moon)come on.. I looked at your trees and read your pretty words..just perfect..then I could see my cat (she always crosses her front paws- relaxing on the living room floor. Ok, (I'm not pulling your leg)- a cardinal is/was cheeping (trying to hop closer to the cats dish on the porch rail outside)..ha ha..it all happened when I opened your site!
I love your tree series!!
I had a long weekend but things are simmering down. I'll check back this evening (I'm sure you'll have another up) smile:)

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Ginny, The harder I try --the behinder I get... ha... Sorry I'm so late today. Beautiful pictures of the sun shining through those trees... WOW!!!!!

Hugs,
Betsy

kanak7 said...

Nice words...and the pictures are beautiful!!