Thursday, 1 December 2016
A contrast in textures Bee on a teasel photograph ©2016LisaLeQuelenec
In the dunes photograph ©2016LisaLeQuelenec
The Black House photograph ©2016LisaLeQuelenec
A right jumble photograph ©2016LisaLeQuelenec

-7 degrees last night! It was a bit of a shock to the system on the school run this morning. Thankfully the sun is shining though it is still cold and frost still covers the garden. I am sitting in the warm drinking hot coffee and thinking of the warmer summer days and thought I would share these photos. Hopefully they will warm you too if you are feeling the chill.

This first one is for you Rhonda I hope the migraines settle for you soon.


Bruce Sherman said...

Hi there Lisa!... Bee-autiful photos! Thanks for sharing! They sure brighten up a wildly windy day in Rockport

Enjoy that coffee from the cosiness of youyr inside world!

Good Painting!
Warmest regards,

RH Carpenter said...

Oh, thank you so much for that beautiful photo of the bee on the teasel!! I like the others, too - that black house is right by a channel of water? Interesting with lots of textures, you're right. Sorry about the cold. We, too, are finally saying a rather gruff hello to winter :).

Debbie Nolan said...

Dear Lisa - wonderful summer photos. Since it has grown colder in our part of the world as well - very refreshing to see sunshine. Hope your Dec. is off to a lovely start. Have a great weekend.

Lisa Le Quelenec said...

Hi Bruce, I hope things are well on your side of the world and the wind has brought only good news. Stay warm.

Best wishes.

Hi Rhonda, I thought of you as soon as I came across that photo from summer. The Black House sits on a narrow slip of land that is at the enterance of Christchurch bay where the river meets the sea. It really is a narrow bit that is being erroded fairly fast. It is possible that it may disappear within a couple of generations. I hope you are staying warm :o)

Hi Debbie, thank you. How is your first winter in the new place going? It's exciting to see the seasons from the perspective of a new area. Best wishes.