Wednesday, January 5, 2011

Sweet little things hiding in the woods.

While we were at the Plantation last weekend I was quite taken
by all of the sweet treasures that were hiding in the brush.
Amidst all of the rugged landscape were cute dried up blossoms
and feathery stalks that swayed in the wind.






Then, after the rain washed through,
I went down to the pond and found
a drenched world in the marsh that looked so dreamy.




I just had to share these sweet little things with you.


R Montalban said...

Really pretty images, very soft and dreamy.

singedwingangel said...

OHhh I love nature after a rain. So many things that catch our eye

Dixie Mom said...

I've never seen anything like those. I'm a western girl there's a lot I haven't seen.

Caroline of Salsa Pie said...

These are perfect.

I once read that winter was the season where we are supposed to admire shapes and silhouettes rather than color (because there isn't much color). These images from your plantation do exactly that. Sweet and beautiful shapes, textures, forms...lovely discoveries.

From Tracie said...

Gorgeous little things.

I love all the different textures that are going on there.

Sue said...

I am so impressed by your photography skills! These are wonderful.


Lindsi said...

BEAUTIFUL photos!!

fredamans said...

Beauty can be found in many forms. Regenerating plants asleep for the winter is an example of that beauty.

Jen said...

I love the delicate water drops in the last one

Erin said...

Oh wow, Leigh. You are getting better and better every time I click over...these look like something you'd see in a beautiful coffee table book about some tiny little town's forgotten places/treasures....

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Kaitlyn said...

These picture are gorgeous! I love the warmth to them! Well done!

Henrietta said...

Beautiful, I like the water drops photo best.

The Clip Cafe said...

THANK YOU for sharing! All so very pretty.