Sunday, January 22, 2012

Wingter



Winter Sundays after Bob goes to work, I take the opportunity to open the kitchen window and photograph the birds at our feeders. I don my winter coat, sit on the stove away from the window and wait. It is peaceful (and unusual for me to "sit still").

Because I remove the screen from the window, I have to keep my one eye open to watch that my cat doesn't try to sneak outside:


Here's the window view from my camera (the other eye):


Enjoy your Sunday!

10 comments:

Lynn Biermann said...

how awesome is this! I love this Cindy! I really like the feel of peering into their world that this lo conveys! I love staring out at the birds too! I find it so relaxing! Great work! :)

Charlotte Brochu said...

What a great innovative page! It's great that you take the time to sit and capture nature's beauty!

Margo said...

I love this !
I can imagine it's peacefull and quiet !
You have made a very nice LO of it !
Hugs
Margo

KellyCreates said...

Really clever title, Cindy, and this design is so striking with that diecut tree pp overlaying the grid of photos. Lovely pic of kitty too :) I think her photo deserves a lo too!

MARILYN said...

Fabulous photos, Cindy!! love how you capture the beauty of nature!!
Love the design, and I love your kitty..so lovely!! Wonderful work!
Hugs!! :)

Shona said...

love the diecut tree! this is really stunning :)

Debbie said...

Fabulous pictures!! I don't have the patience like you to sit and wait! Love your layout and title!

scrappyhappymom said...

This is gorgeous Cindy! I love the tree and how it makes the layout look multi dimensional. Also..I have nominated you for the Liebster Award. I have enjoyed your blog and want to share the award that was recentely given to me with you. The award is given to up and coming blogs and is awarded by your peers. Please stop by my blog for more details. Congratulations.

latarnia morska said...

I love the tree in your layout! And the birds are lovely, you can never get tired of watching birds, can you? :)

misty said...

I absolutely love this! That tree looks fantastic!