12.29.2012

happy new year

I took a picture of the beautiful frost on the window this morning to share with you. To me, the colours, the light, and the sparkle all look very reminiscent of New Year's decorations and party dresses. Frost patterns are some of my favourites of Nature's patterns. Along with leaf veins, sand ripples, seashell spirals, snowflakes, pine cone ridges... okay, so there are many.

I'm taking a wee moment in the midst of a relaxing and fun holiday to wish you the very best of new years. I hope that 2013 begins (and continues) with you feeling hopeful, inspired, content, and grateful.


Take care, and I'll see you in 2013!


8 comments:

  1. Thank you, Sherrie, and I wish likewise for you and yours! I look forward to continuing our friendship in the coming year. <3

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  2. That photo seems very van Gogh to me - very Starry Night. Gorgeous!

    Happy New Year to you and yours!

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  3. Katie P.12/30/2012

    Happy New Year to the "G"s from the "P"s! Hope to get to know you better in 2013!

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  4. Anonymous12/30/2012

    Happy New Year to you and your family, Sherrie. I hope to see your photography exhibited in 2013 for all to see ... you are so talented :)

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  5. Gorgeous photo! Happy New Year Sherrie!

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  6. What a photo, it's gorgeous! Happy New Year to you too! :)

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  7. Carol S-B1/01/2013

    This photograph is so lovely. Sherrie, you've captured the season perfectly. If you hadn't told us, I'd be wondering, "How on earth did she do that?" It's like found poetry: nature is an amazing artist. And an eye like yours, to capture and hold that, is a rare and marvellous thing. Happy 2013 to you, Sherrie, and to all who come here to visit!

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  8. i loooove that photograph! you know, it would be so lovely printed onto a silk scarf - just imagine.

    happy new year to you and your sweet family!

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