U have to know her to appreciate the message on the wooden box ———
Our little Sylvie has come a long way - she rarely viper strikes these days but when she was a kitten u had to WATCH OUT!
Could this be the last snow of the season in Virginia?
I’ll pretend that Spring is on its way for good and capture the moment with this last shot of my massive Leyland Cypress.
My Red Amaryllis from Bud to Bloom. A friend gave the bulb to me for Christmas.
It was nice seeing a flower bloom while it was snowing outside!
I took this photo last Fall when visiting Central Park. I had never seen the Bethesda Fountain and I gasped when I saw this lovely 26’ tall fountain.
One of the largest fountains in New York City this neoclassical statue named Angel of the Waters was designed by Emma Stebbins and was dedicated in 1873 as part of the original design of the park. She was the first woman to receive a major commission for a major work in the city. http://www.centralpark.com/guide/attractions/bethesda-terrace/bethesda-fountain.html
During my trip last Fall to the New York Public Library, I wandered into this really cool exhibit of Vintage Children’s Books. One book on display was turned to a page with this wonderful illustration of a funky Robot. From the 1926 Russian book, Topotun and the Book. Topotun i knizhka by Il’ia Ionov and illustrated by M Tsekhanoveskii.
My two white leghorns are not happy with the snow. They have already headed up to roost and it’s only 3 pm! They are ready to hunker down for the cold night.
Big Whitie was tip toeing in the snow earlier.
When it’s cold outside give your animals a little more somp’im somp’im.
One of my White Leghorns was enjoying his greens in the freezing snow and rain.
Where has the blue sky gone ?
Just wet, dark, & cold here in Cville, VA… this photo taken last week.
Forsythia amazes me. I’m not sure how this little bloom is hanging on through the freezing weather, but it is!
Photo taken last week in Charlottesville, Virginia on Forsythia Hill.
The most scenic farm in Charlottesville, Virginia complete with Texas Longhorn Cattle! Who would have thought such a breed would be way up here!
Spotted on Garth Road.
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