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Sunday, December 26, 2010

That's My World Tuesday: The day after Christmas


I've skipped several weeks of that's my world so I'm going to go ahead and post early this week.
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It started snowing Christmas night and it's still going strong.
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Since I don't need to go anywhere I'm enjoying my world turned into a winter wonderland.
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I used to feed the birds all the time but stopped doing that when my garden became predominantly wild. Even in the winter I have seeds left from plants I let go to seed.
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However, when it snows or we have extreme cold, I do try to put seeds out for the wildlife.
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Since I knew that we were likely to have snow beginning Christmas night I got some bird seed to help out the wildlife. They definitely seem to appreciate the help I'm giving them during the snowy weather.
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Considering all the nuts I had on my oak trees and pecan trees, I would have thought the squirrels would have stashes available but they also get in on the deck wall feeding stations.
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I hope everyone had a happy Christmas and will have a great new year ahead.
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28 comments:

Genie said...

All I can say is....this is a FABULOUS series of some some gorgeous scenery. They are heavenly to gaze upon. What a beautiful day you had today. Genie

ewok1993 said...

I love your winter white world - but that first image is so dreamy - stuff greetings cards are made of or calendars - so very pretty.

I hoped your staying warm and dry.

Happy New Year!

Randi said...

Wonderful winter shots! Your garden looks like mine. We feed all small animals in the garden during the winter, but I don´t like visitors like wild boars and deers.

aka Penelope said...

Not sure where exactly in the US you are, Carver, but it is a true winter wonderland. Hope you’re someplace cozy keeping warm … except when you’re outside for a bit helping the critters that surely appreciate being in your yard.

James said...

Beautiful shots! I love wintery scenes like these and the red bird is a perfet touch!

Trish ~ ♥ ~ said...

Looks like you have sent the snow my way. We just had 30" of white powder with winds 65 mph.

Gary said...

You really had some snow, and made maximium use of it. Boom & Gary of the Vermilon River, Canada.

Riet said...

Wow fabulous photo's. Such a lot of snow.

Al said...

Very beautiful. I'd love to see some of that snow here!

Kay L. Davies said...

I agree with Ewok, greeting card snow for sure, Carver. Lovely shots!
-- K

Kay, Alberta, Canada
An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

Reader Wil said...

I can't get enough of seeing your winter wonderland photos! It's like walking in a fairyland! Thanks for sharing. They are almost black and white photos but for the brilliant red coloured cardinal bird! I wish you a great 2011! Tomorrow I'll get the four visitors of Taizé.It'll be a busy time.

Pat said...

I love seeing the birds and squirrel amidst the winter wonderland. It's lovely! Cold, but lovely.

ρομπερτ said...

Years since last enjoyed. Thank you very much for these great pictures !

Please have a wonderful Tuesday.

daily athens

Pagan Sphinx said...

Very, very pretty out there in your world! Mine is similar but I have not yet ventured out. The wind is blowing too wildly! I'm getting worse every year. Waiting for the sun to come out before I step out! :-)

Happy New Year!

lotusleaf said...

Lovely snow photos! Brrr...:)

Alexander said...

Very pretty wintry photos!

Happy holidays!

Alexander
Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

lissa said...

how beautiful the snow looks.

hope your christmas happy and fun

may the new year bring you joy and laughter and all things wonderful and delightful

Sylvia K said...

Oh, Carver, what gorgeous captures! It does look so cold, but I love the cardinals and the snow is so beautiful! Hope you had a wonderful Christmas! Enjoy your week!

Sylvia

ladyfi said...

Wonderful shots! And what a gorgeous splash of colour that cardinal supplies...

BraCom (Bram) said...

beautiful series, lots of snow

Luna Miranda said...

gorgeous photos! the birds are amazing.

http://graceolsson.com/blog said...

LOVE THE SHOTS....ALL VERY VERY BEAUTIFUL
thank you for sharing...

I am here to say you HAPPY NEW YEAR AND GOD BLESS U, DEAR
GRACE OLSSON
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Larry D said...

Great shots!

BraCom (Bram) said...

beautiful winter photos, so much snow wonderful shots with the red bird and te squirrel

Greetings, Bram

Rambling Woods said...

I enjoyed your x post above. Thank you for putting out food when it's really cold and I know it is appreciated

caite said...

that first picture is just fantastic!

kenju said...

LOVE the photos with the red cardinals!!

SandyCarlson said...

I love the cardinal, who appears determined to stay put no matter how much snow comes along (uninvited).

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