Thank you very much.
I particularly liked the gnarled tree(vine?). Lovely color. And, of course, the aloof chicken;~)
Of course, it's obvious, I tried to photograph the chicken for you. And of course, the second I held my camera up, it ran away.Since it's all orchards around here, the tree might be a cherry tree - not a hundred percent sure, though. But the bark is so smooth .... looks like a cherry tree, doesn't it?
Martina, not only are these nice, but the "One Hour" idea is great. I'm late catching up to this material in your scrappress, but I like so much I may try doing something similar. Except, it never got above 10° F today, and more of the same scheduled for the next ten days or more.
Thank you :-). I started this last winter when I realized that during the winter months I don't go outside and take photographs that much. I needed some incentive to go outside ;-). All the photos are in chronological order of the walk (now this doesn't sound like real English, but .. however). I thought it might be a nice little personal project - especially in contrast to the not so personal, more abstract main blog. "This is where I live and what I see when I leave the house", so to say ;-).No real frost here so far this winter. The bugs will be happy in spring - especially the mosquitos. The potted oleanders and passiflora are still outside - I can't remember ever not having to get them in the house in December at the latest.