~In jeder Sprache wohnen andere Augen.~

mardi 21 décembre 2010

December


Christmas can come.

After an accidental interruption due to eye surgery and a dramatic fight for wee RobRoy's life, we are now back to normal.
The stitches -which are still in the eye- will come out on 23rd, that is my first Christmas gift. My second Christmas gift is that the cat has been saved. And EG being with me. I don't need more.

Since late November, snow has fallen permanently. There was a 2-day interruption where all had gone but then it started off again.

These are pictures from December 6th:





Horses are delighted but won't stay outside for long.



Christmas decoration comes out and a special treasure is found at the fleamarket:




I find it goes so well with our vintage lamps - 'left overs' from EG's family.

December 12th:



The height of the snow grows and grows and the old horse cannot even wait to go into the field without coat, she is so keen on rolling in the snow, she does it in the courtyard.



What a quiet world.



This is one of neighbour's deers.



A few sunny days giving this special holiday feeling.





Last day's pictures, more snow.



The moon last night. It will be winter solstice and full moon tonite - isn't it a magical combination?
Magical. I wish you all a magical Christmas. Full of joy and happiness.

Joyeux Noël - Frohe Weihnachten - Feliz Navidad

6 commentaires:

  1. Great post Bayou. Such a beautiful winter wonderland there! Hope the eye op heals well. Best wishes - Jo

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  2. What amazing photos Bayou. So glad it is better news from you too. Hope the eye stitches come out well and you eye continues to improve. Happy Christmas.
    Hugs,
    A x

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  3. Have a very happy Christmas Bayou, so sorry to hear about your eye, and the cat....glad everything will be good for Christmas. Love the snowy pics,
    Posie

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  4. What a beautiful landscape! You live in fairyland! I'm glad that the eye is recovering so that you can 'see in' the New Year in fine style!

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  5. Happy New Year Bayou. I hope your eye has completely healed by now and that you are enjoying the reward. Really enjoyed your magnificent photos.

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  6. Just caught up with the fact that you have a blog.....feeling silly that I hadnt realised....
    What beautiful photos.

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