Monday, February 8, 2010

February Winter Reflections

I caught Gir getting a drink of water in my bird bath.  Luckily, no birds around.


Our flag and some leaves reflecting in my wagon full of rainwater.

Same wagon of water from a different view reflecting trees and blue sky.


"The reason women don't play football is because eleven of them would never wear the same outfit in public."  ~Phyllis Diller

Love & Blessings,



Wine and Words said...

Your yard is always a dose of serenity. Perhaps it is not the yard, but the tender of the garden!

Either way, I love it here.

Marion said...

Thank you, Annie. Come on by anytime and hang out. Yesterday was the first dry, sunny day in a while that I could get outside and walk (squish) around. I have 5 bird feeders and have had so many beautiufl birds: Cardinals, Blue Jays, Finches, Sparrows and many I don't know the names of. I try to get photos of them, but they're too shy. The rain is on it's way back so I'm glad I had my walk yesterday. Blessings!

Kelly said...

I love your reflections! I need to get more creative with my camera....

Phoenix said...

Wonderful photos - I love your little kitty Gir! (I'm a sucker for black cats.)

I think the real reason women don't play football is because we're too smart to grab a ball and then let 8 300 pound men launch themselves onto us in a pile just to score some points.

And the Saints came marching in! How happy are you??

Marion said...

Thanks, Kelly. Yeah, I stumble upon most of my 'creative' photos accidentally: serendipity? I always get excited when I notice something other than what I photographed, like the one of Gir. I did see the flag relfecting and took about 8 shots to get it right. Blessings!

Phoenix, the entire state is over the MOON about our win. It's awesome. Yeah, I try to always keep a black cat around for luck. I think they're awesome, too. Gir is pure Siamese, but a bit goofy, hence the name "Gir" from the old Invader Zim cartoons. (Gir and Zim are aliens, as is my cat....tee-hee). Thanks for stopping by. Blessings!

Karen said...

I always enjoy your photographic tours! Thanks!