Sunday, January 10, 2016
This partial corn cob and dried husk was lying beside my walking path. Its forlorn state appealed to my senses. There was something about how the husk curled and twisted that spoke to my eye. Lots of texture to capture.
Speaking of winter - it seems to have arrived today. There is a bit of snow gathering on the ground. Thus far at Harmony Hills we have not had more than a skiff of the white stuff. Quite unusual for this time of the year. Think now though that we may be seeing a bit more blustery weather coming our way. Time to get out the boots and gloves!
How about you?
Would love to hear how you are spending time during winter's visit.
Have a blessed week.
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