Thursday, February 07, 2008

The Warp and Weft of Winter


We finally have some brilliant sunshine coming in through the windows, making this a good morning to snap a few photos. Here are some textural images from inside the Quiet Country House.

The air outside is crisp and very, very cold, but sunlight is glinting off the sparkling white snow. If eight-year-old Sijo wasn't borrowing my boots (his have sprung leaks!), I would probably have outdoor images to share with you.



photos by Aisling, February 7, 2008
1) A quilt my Mom made in front of the southern windows in the livingroom 2)glitter pinecones Tanka made with his babysitter 3) a winter scene Haiku painted years ago 4) the laundry room window 5) a candle holder suspended in the master bedroom

4 comments:

givethemhell said...

Those are beautiful inside photos, Aisling, with a wintery touch. I especially like the glitter pine cone.

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Aisling said...

Eva, Thank you! I like the pine cone too. :) I'm glad you came by.

givethemhell said...

Hello aisling,

I am glad you are posting again. I was wondering what had happened because there was a long pause between the last post and this one.

Thank you also for coming by and leaving a comment on my blog.

Dirty Fingernails said...

Quilts and cold weather are so perfect together.. I love a warm heavy quilt at night with the cold coming in through my window.