I love this concept and the photos.
So beautiful, Audrey! I would love to have a cup of cocoa and walk down these streets. :) Happy holidays! xox
You know your photos made me wish that you and I could meet around the corner from the lovely fencing and sit in a warm cafe and have a bit of something and sip a good cup of warm and share some time together just enjoying each others company.Wow, you take some great emotion evoking photos my friend. The Olde Bagg, Linda
thank you for sharing this magic with us Audrey! It seems that with the darkness we see the beauty around us without all the distractions daylight can bring.
completely agree!hope you've been well, Fairy Fish, sorry i come so late, deadlines are killing me...see you in a hundred years :))xxoo
Thanks for these lovely photos, so evocative of the season. Last night after I got home from town, I went out for a walk in the dark with the dogs. I didn't need a flashlight once my eyes accustomed to the dark, I followed the barely visible form of Rocky ahead of me, his light brown coat glowing in the starlight. It was quite lovely, I should do that more often. The neighbors have strung green and blue lights in one of their live trees in their yard, it was beautiful, shining there in the night.
I am so loving the snow photos!! I heard on the morning news we may get a little flurry tonight. I hope so!Thank you for sharing your world. The night photos are just magical!!Blessings,Marion
There are some serious gasp-worthy shots here!!! The lamppost...swoon! OOOooo the fence! The eye of an artist. DeLovely. **kisskiss** Deb
nice pics from a wonderful lady!! good shots ;)
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