Friday, December 9, 2011

After the Winter Warlock's Visit

The Winter Warlock visited us today and, oh my, it was gorgeous, enchanted, spiritual, inspiring, invigorating (insert many more positive adjectives). You could point your camera anywhere and get a great picture. Here are a bunch we took...trees, dogs, horses, goats, icicles, the moon, recently neutered cats, soon to be spayed cats (as in tomorrow morning)...a real hodge podge.








You may wonder what this is...it's the hole where the kitty's live. When we released our two neutered boys today, they ran into that hole with their mother. This evening we went out and caught the girl kitty and the orange cat who adopted us and we're taking them in for spay and neuter tomorrow morning. If you're in Spokane, I highly recommend Pet Savers--a 501 C3 non-profit. They're wonderful!






8 comments:

  1. Beautiful pics. Hoar frost I believe is what they call it when it gets all spikey like that.

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  2. Well it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas there! Looking a little frosty, too. Our temps have been warm all fall except for that October snowstorm. We're pretty much in 40s now, but no more snow ... Send some East :)

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  3. Beautiful photos! I especially got a chuckle at the "cat hole". Our two outdoor cats sleep curled up in the middle of an old blanket which hubby threw outside. They are snuggled there during our nights of frost.

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  4. Looks exactly the same down here in central Washington! Sometimes my horses will actually get some in their manes and tails, but as soon as they shake it all falls off.

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  5. You really have a wonderful eye for photography. Very homey, very inviting these are.

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  6. LOVE LOVE LOVE the pictures! I don't know which is my favorite. I love waking up to a mild morning with frost or fog. It's always so relaxing and beautiful.

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  7. Beautiful snow pictures. Looks like everyone is happy and loving it, except maybe the cats...

    Funny that they ran right down the hole.

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  8. Your photos are lovely. Love the ones with the ice crystals. I hope the kitties came out of surgery well.

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