31 July 2006

winter images

The dog and I went for a wet wintry walk.

winter sky

wet spiderweb

wattle1

lovely lichen1

lovely lichen2

flower1

drippy twigs

(Tomorrow, I get to meet someone from the internet!)?

28 comments:

shellyC said...

Even I would brave the cold to see things like that!!!

Really stunning pics!!!
Look forward to the next walk!!

herhimnbryn said...

Ah beautful. YOu beat me to it!
Your images conjur up a wet walk perfectly.
Isn't the Wattle gorgeous this year?

Lazy cow said...

Ooooh, you told! Just got back from a swim and feel v. virtuous (much like you probably felt after your walk - amazing photos). Off to blow dry my hair now :-)

Martina said...

What amazing photographs! The spider web is worthy of a prize! Oh to feel cool on a walk right now.

BabelBabe said...

ah....I feel cooler just looking. Can't wait to hear about the meet-up!

capello said...

Your photos are so beautiful.

(They certainly beat the pants off my crispy-fried grass. Urgh.)

Wendy said...

Wow! Those are some amazingly beautiful photos. The spiderweb is wonderful! It's nice to see these wintery images...we are sweltering up here with 105 days. I can almost feel the cold in your images.

blackbird said...

ooooh!

you lucky thing!

daintee said...

these photos are spectacular. i can feel the chill.

MsCellania said...

I am going to print that iced spider web. You are really somethin' with the camera, my dear.
Thanks for letting me take a stroll, too.

kt said...

Gorgeous, simply gorgeous.

Well done you!

Mama Lamb said...

So what are the yellow and red flowers? Gorgeous! Here, things are turning a dusty green...due to very high heat and no rain, although the grass is still green and not a grey/brown as it usually is in late summer. Your pictures cooled me off in this 100 degree heat. And I love the red sweater!

Emma said...

Beautiful photography. I have been lurking on your blog for a while, and really enjoy everything about it. Thank you :)

jorth said...

Beautiful! Watch out - I'm coming to visit!

JANNIKINZ said...

Love the photos from your walk, especially the spider web.

littlejennywren said...

Are you sure you didn't just walk slowly around my back garden. Beautiful photos, aren't digital cameras fun!

Virginia said...

Ah, that spider web. A beautiful piece of circular lace knitting, with a yarn that has a wonderful drape, as if it was a heavy silk.

Joke said...

LOVE the spider web. Makes me wish we had a winter. Well, almost.

-J.

krista said...

I never thought this was possible but you just made me *wish* for winter for a few brief moments.
Absolutely stunning photography, I especially love the lichen and the spider's web.
Keep it up!

Surfing Free said...

Beautiful photos!!
I am sooooo jealous you are going to meet Miss LC!! I want to come too.
Have fun :)

Elizabeth said...

Really beautiful photos Suse. Nothing beats a winter walk in the bush, except maybe a summer stroll on the beach :)

Bec of the Ladies Lounge said...

I was here earlier this week and much too awestruck to comment - I can barely imagine how stunning your family albums must be!

Thanks for the 'where are you' call - I'm back. Drop into the Ladies Lounge, we're playing drinking games...

dani said...

gorgeous gorgeous photos!!!!!!!!!!!!

Paula said...

Beautiful images! What kind of tree/shrub/plant (3rd photo) has the yellow flowers and the pink flowers in the 6th photo?

Amanda said...

I LOVE these pictures...absolutely amazing.

String Bean said...

The topmost picture would make a great fabric print.

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

What stunning images, I am in awe!

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