Wayzata, Minnesota

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Thematic Photographic - 278 - Greyish

What did you say? Sun?  Whatever is that?


I wonder what caused Carmi, from Written Inc. blog to propose his idea for "greyish" as our theme this week?

Let's see, the weather?

It does appear clearly to me, that one must bring their own sunshine to our worlds these days, no matter where we go.

My suggested forecast for escaping weather woes, if you want to see or read sunny and funny, perhaps social networks, is not the tweet-est place to get it.

Weather forecast for- this morning. Shovel time again!

Another new day of fresh fallen snow after evening's end.

Did you notice that I took a pause between shoveling to write in the snow?

Never to worry, a quick sweep of the broom and a healthy swipe of the shovel, back and forth, and back again, and this too, will be swept away.

We all see winter through different lenses, and that my friends, determines how long before our own spring!

It matters what things we keep dear, and near to our hearts, and under foot.

Always keep your blinds open.

and throw on a new hat.

Bring some color into your world!

Playtime alert!

Life is happening right now, outside your window.  Seize the day.


TexWisGirl said...

i like your winter greys. :)

Michèle Dextras said...

I enjoy reading your texts as much as admiring your photos! Thanks Karen.

Bob Scotney said...

I know some dogs who would respond to your playtime alert.
No snow this winter yet; just rain and more rain - enough to make anyone feel grey.

JDaniel4's Mom said...

We would love a little of your snow! What wonderful pictures!

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

You made a grey subject interesting.

Gilly said...

You sure have a lot of snow there! Love that shot taken through the patterned window - very clever! I don't think Puss thinks much of that show, though the dog obviously loves it!

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

But gnomes love snow, don't they?

Haha, love the pet expressions, too.

Little Nell said...

When I saw the thumbail for this post I thought you’d been baking and icing a cake with a gnome decoration :) Your take on the theme is just as creative though.

Max Sartin said...

Love the cat in the foreground. lots of greys in the winter, and you've got some great ones there.