Sunday, December 26, 2010

Stillness


We did not have a white Christmas this year but we did have a few days a little over a week ago with snow one the ground. I am going to finish the year out with some images that I caught the day after. Here's hoping your Sunday is a peaceful one.

23 comments:

Luis Gomez said...

Love this one. Great image Randy.

Louis la Vache said...

Christmas blessings to you and best wishes for this coming new year.

JM said...

The horse looks really cool with the snow.

Lúcia said...

Beautiful sculpture, like the snow on the ground ! ;-)
Have a good Sunday!

cieldequimper said...

You even have icicles it seems! Isn't it cool the way adds a certain ummmmph to everything, including a very nice horse?

marty said...

The horse is beautiful and your shot too ! bisous

Jack said...

The horse seems content despite its white blanket.

lizziviggi said...

Beautiful! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas!

Winchester Daily Photos said...

What a great sculpture to have in a front garden!

Jarart said...

Very pretty.

RedPat said...

Great sculpture and wonderful shot! Good one Randy.

Kenneth Larsson said...

I really like this horse... I would like to have him in my garden.

Have a great sunday!

Lynette said...

Lovely photo. You can keep any amount of snow that you get, please.

calinutz78 said...

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!

Jacob said...

Nothing like a little snow to cheer up the landscape. This must be along artists lane, right?

Hope you had a great Christmas!

Regina K said...

Stillness, that is so true with snow. Nice photo

Farmchick said...

This is a lovely sculpture.

T. Becque said...

Oh so close to a white Christmas! Love the luminarias below too!

Kate said...

Too bad that a lovely little snow did not show up for Christmas eve...but, count your blessing. St. Paul is buried under mounds of snow.

The photo of the horse is perfect!

VP said...

A very natural looking sculpture, the pose is perfect!

Huellas said...

que foto más original.-

Joy said...

Snow brings about that stillness doesn't it? Your photo certainly captured that.

Many thanks for your patience, and for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Come visit again tomorrow!

becky said...

Brrrrr.... that horse looks cold!
:) Catching up on your snow photos, Randy. I hear we have some on the way!