Wayzata, Minnesota

Sunday, January 25, 2015

Scavenger Hunt Sunday -

"A little nonsense now and then, is cherished by the wisest men." - Roald Dahl

On the hunt for, relax, in my cup, light, looking down and weather.


And eat cake!

IN MY CUP -  Reflection.


Unbelievable day. Blue skies, fluffy clouds and a rare shot of sunlight.

What is that familiar glow above those rooftops?

LOOKING DOWN- From on top of snow bank hoping to catch some Trumpeter Swans!

Well, one Trumpeter Swan is better than none!  Obviously this beautiful swan sought recognition.  I stood on a snowbank above, girlfriend waiting in warm car, stairway down closed due to snow and ice, and this swan slowly swam closer and closer, just for me.


Dreaming about this-

Living this.


DeniseinVA said...

Cute photos of the kids and of the swan.

richard said...

You guys have all that ice and snow.
And we, now have none. Great photos.

richard said...

Oh, and Karen, please save me a piece of that cake.

TexWisGirl said...

hooray for a spot of sun and a swan!

Tamar SB said...

Great set! The snowy scenes are super pretty!

abrianna said...

Cute cake. I like the snowball shot-great capture of the action and the first light photo is great.

sage said...

Winter, where did it go :)

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Hurrah, Trumpeter Swan!

You are awarded the Crossed Wings and Purple Ice medal for courage and timeliness.

Anonymous said...

I enjoyed your photos! We had some snow yesterdag, but all is melting down now.

Lisa B said...

lovely pics, the cake looks yummy, and with the grey weather we have in the uk, the snow looks beautiful too :)

Cloudia said...

you DO show an unbelievably nice day and skies! Wow! And this is Waikiki saying this. there truly is beauty throughout the Earth, K

ALOHA from Honolulu

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Alan Burnett said...

What I always find remarkable is that we can share almost exactly the same weather even though we are thousands of miles apart. As always, lovely photographs.

Rob From Amersfoort said...

I've never seen a swan with a black beak before. I don't think they live in Holland.