Sonntag, 14. Februar 2016

The pictures from today...




Looking up
where the freezing sparrows
have gathered
the sun of february
hangs in the bare branches
like a moon
and only mistletoes are
growing





Kommentare:

  1. Hey keep posting such good and meaningful articles.
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  2. Overcast but beautiful!Thanks for sharing with us in Our Beautiful World!AriadnefromGreece!

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  3. I like the gray misty moody photos.

    Here in the states we call cats like Skittles and your neighbors tortoiseshell cats, or tortie for short. Tortie is just their coat color, not a breed. Skittles breed is American bobtail,her fur colors are tortie. Many different breeds can have a tortie colored coat.

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  4. I like the gray misty moody photos.

    Here in the states we call cats like Skittles and your neighbors tortoiseshell cats, or tortie for short. Tortie is just their coat color, not a breed. Skittles breed is American bobtail,her fur colors are tortie. Many different breeds can have a tortie colored coat.

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  5. The grey tones are truly representative of the times now. Thanks for sharing with "Through My Lens"

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  6. Warm wishes, Mascha. Thanks for linking up at Monday WRites today

    Much love...

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  7. looks very stark and cold! spring isn't too far off, hang in there!

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  8. Mistletoe in the trees?
    But OOH - I'm ready for spring, how about you?
    Thanks for linking up at http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2016/02/old-san-juan-pigeon-park.html

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  9. Sometimes we forget to look up (or down!) and miss so much!

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  10. Your photo's sum up February perfectly Mascha,
    I adore trees in any form, but I must admit I'm really looking forward to seeing them burst into life.

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  11. Very atmospheric photos. Interesting to see the clumps of mistletoe. They seem to get attached to and grow on certain trees in specific areas.

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  12. Oh it looks so like the UK does right now ... Great shots ... Thanks so much for sharing at OBW!!

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