Thursday, February 3, 2011

Winter Warp And Weft

We got a light dusting of snow last night. The sun peaked out just long enough to melt everything it could get to and left a neat spot of warp and weft in the shadow of the fence planks.



12 comments:

Alice said...

Your photos reminded me of the days when there were chalkboards in classrooms and we used a line marker that held 5 chalks at one time so as to teach handwriting.
I love the powdered sugar design made by Mr. Sun.

Gayle said...

That's very interesting. Such a powerful sun.

~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

Even if the sun only stays out a little, I love it--But our snow isn't melting fast enough for me!

Stay warm and enjoy your day!

Susan said...

Isn't that amazing? Really lovely shots of the farm. I vaguely remember sun...it's a really shiny bright thing, right?

CTG Ponies said...

Awesome pics!

Christine said...

Cool!

flowerweaver said...

That's really lovely! There's actually a few tiny flakes falling here right now.

Dreaming said...

So cool! And I love how you see it in terms of fibers. Most folks would just have pointed out the fence on the ground!

Nancy K. said...

Very cool!

Are you feeling any better?

Sharon Creech said...

Just discovered your blog (via Skoog Farm)--and it looks fab-u-lous!

Ed said...

That is too cool, great shots..:-)

small farm girl said...

That's really neat!

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