-Edward Abbey, naturalist and author (1927-1989)
Oh I cannot wait to get my snowshoes on and out in the snow. It is a peaceful feeling isn't it? Beautiful morning. B
Your white is pretty gorgeous, Barb! Love the photos. I sometimes wish we had more defined seasons out here in the Pacific Northwest. The snow is so beautiful, and your lead photo of the moose is fantastic. We've got rain, and more rain, and that's just the way it is!
So beautiful. Your header shot is a meditation itself. Wonderful post.
Grateful for another day - Me too!Wow, skiing already. It looks so peaceful and calm. Thanks for sharing.
What a great shot of the moose on your new header! I love the sun shining through the trees and especially that last photo of a sweet little snow-laden pine tree. It already feels like Christmas!
Thanks that you visit our blogBeautiful photos!Greetings, RW & SK
Ah, the beauty of meditation in the sparkling cathedral of the wilds. Snow is one of life's joys. Thanks for sharing.Blessings,Carolwww.thedivinenatureproject.com
Ah, meditation in the cathedral of the wilds. Beautiful. Sparkling white snow is one of the joy's of life. Thanks for the post!Carol
What a glorious way to greet the day.
I'm all chilled out now. Thanks for taking us along.
I remember that quiet from my childhood, living in Canada. Snow is a giant hush on a loud world. LOVE your header!
I can see how peace just envelops you in the still of the morning in such a place, gliding along in a natural cathedral. Beautiful shots Barb.
Wonderful shots! And what a lot of snow.
Indeed, this is a perfect meditation. What peace and tranquility you find in the snow and your woods. It is a treasure.
Beautiful, especially the new header. As a Newfroundlander, I have a particular fondness for moose. You make me long for winter snow!
Beautiful, Barb. The snow hasn't quite made it down to us yet....hopefully soon.
Love your header photo, Barb! The snow in the trees looks so peaceful. Beautiful photo of the sun's morning glow!
Thanks for taking us along on your morning outing -- what a wonderful way to start the day! I love that second shot with it's morning glow.
Fresh and gorgeous!
Gorgeous photos, Barb! And I love your moose!
Winter Wonderland! That's what came to mind when I saw your photos... so beautiful and serene. I love the little lone tree standing strong all by itself...
Beautiful meditation! I'm amazed at how much snow you have - and how wonderful to be out on a snowy morning!
Most be relaxing alone in the snow. Love your header picture.Greetings,Filip
What a wonderful meditation room you have!!
Lovely sweet post :) Not ready for snow quite yet here ! :)
Oh, I know you are in your glory now. I wish I had green letters to type this comment. I can hear the quiet.
Good morning Barb,The snow, sunshine and woods make a beautiful collaboration in your picture of early morning! Especially the sunlight passing through those woods is beautiful. The air must be cold, but how peaceful the atmosphere is! I like it.It is getting cold day by day here and leaves are beginning to change the colors. I am enjoying your snow scene with a morning coffee!I hope you have a good day,Tomoko
The fresh snow covering the landscape inviting the skier to slice a path ~~~ mmm ~~~ lovely!Ron
What a perfect way to meditate. I bet its nice and quite as you ski along..
Awesome shots, love the scenery and the pretty snowy woods. Are they moose in your header shot, very cool!Have a happy Sunday!
Meditation in motion - sometimes movement creates stillness.
You made me in meditative mood after those hectic days, Barb. I’d like to walk along with you without words concentrating the stillness of the place, only hearing the sound of my breath as I trod on the snow. Today it’s raining on and off in the cold wind here in Nara. I don’t dislike a rainy day, but November rain this year really gets me down but I’ll be grateful for another day.Yoko
Nice place for meditation, greeting from Belgium
Such beauty and stillness is inspirational! The photos are lovely, Barb. You really have a lot of snow already! No snow at 5000 ft, but we can see it in the High Uintas.
The beauty around you is awesome! What a wonderful place to be alone and meditate. So hushed and still....
When I looked at your first picture, I felt immediate envy... until I realized that my simple walk along the sideswalks of my neighborhood this morning, with my dog, was just as fulfilling. I love your beautiful pictures and the thoughts that they produce.
What else could create a more sincere meditation?
These are beautiful photos to meditate, Barb..
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