28 November 2008

outside : inside

i've been having bunches of fun with this outside inside theme. i love the crisp beauty of late autumn outdoors contrasted with the warmth and domesticity of life as we begin to hole up inside.


frosted backyards

slumbering woodpiles


whipped cream melting in a mug of steamy chocolate


irridescent flakes & pale november light

bright needles & a bench at rest


mapping out a scarf & soft piles of laundry


skeletal trees and a bite of moon


soup made from the last bits and odd ends of leftover vegetables


a weather beaten fence


wellies shucked for dry house slippers


Kimberly Vanderhorst said...

I feel all shivery and warm at the same time now. What a beautiful study in contrasts!

Anonymous said...

the fact that you can see such beautiful images in the ordinary world around you astounds me. you are lovely.

amelia said...

Oh wow, it's totally winter wonderland in your blog post!! I love it. Is this a theme you've joined with a certain group? You have beautifully chilled me. :o)

Love it!


gail said...

i LOVE your pics. esp the black and white ones. do you sell them as pics or cards? if not, you should.

thanks for sharing.

Leah Beth said...

These all should definitely be FRAMED! Nothing short of amazing how you can make "BURR"...look so WARM and inviting!

Beki - TheRustedChain said...

That's it. I'm moving in.

Anonymous said...

love, love, love your photography!


Love said...

you're amazing. your pile of laundry even looks amazing. =)

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erin said...

Gorgeous pictures as always :) You catured the warmth and the cold perfectly!