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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

A Small Stone: Jan 18, 2012



 
Morning stars twinkled, scattered across the windshield whisked by winter’s wand, all teeth chattering complaints about the 1°F temperature halted as we sat in the car a moment recognizing the mysterious nature of blessing.


24 comments:

  1. The photgraphs are just beautiful Laura and your words the perfect compliment to them.

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  2. Ethereal!

    Wishing you happiness all day long and into the night.

    ((hugs))

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  3. There is always something magical about the patterns in frost, isn't there?

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  4. Hate such low temperatures, but your pictures are so beautiful!
    Thanks for sharing;o)

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    Keep warm * Hugs****

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  5. Every season has it's own beauty. You illustrated that wonderfully, with your photos and words.

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  6. Pure magic Laura! Isn't nature the greatest artist?
    Hugs
    Joo

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  7. It's dipped down to the 20's 2 nights ago here in California. I've been complaining about the cold, but you've just warmed me with this post:)

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  8. "the mysterious nature of blessing" - this is so true, and too often forgotten. Thank you.

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  9. gorgeous magical frost!!

    i hope you are doing well my friend!!

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  10. Beautiful colors and gorgeous captures of the frost. Well done! A great post, Laura.

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  11. Indeed, God is in the details...

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  12. As I child, I'd breathe on frosted windows to clear them. As an adult, I do what you do: take out my camera!

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  13. exquisite, this whisking of winter's wand... and i love the new header! xo

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  14. wow what an awesome capture of the frost..it is lovely...and your passage as well...hope you are good as well...smiles.

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  15. I love the moment when, after all the fussing, we realize the blessing! Beautiful!

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  16. Nature's paintbrush leaves me in awe daily. This is lovely !
    Wishing you a joyous Thursday !

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  17. Raised on a farm at a high altitude, winter would come suddenly, ice crystals cracked through the windows and outside, hung the most amazing 10 foot icicles. A winter wonderland our children will never know. Your photos and prose took me back to this time.
    Thank you. smiles: sharon

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  18. what dreamy images!
    great texture, very nicely done:)
    thanks so much for sharing!

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  19. Magical photos, and a magical stone to go with them!

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  20. Better than any paper snowflake.

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  21. Mystical, magical frosty. Beautiful. A treat for the eyes.
    QMM

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  22. Just beautiful


    Thank you SO MUCH for the most lovely comment :o)

    LOVE

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