Wednesday, December 9

the quietness of a snow filled morning





good morning, it is snowing, the wind is blowing and with it is brings all the noise of winter. I put on snow pants, a jacket, hat, gloves and a scarf carried my camera in plastic bag and went to the barn. there i found the quietness that comes with a snow filled morning. clarabelle and mike made into the barn, tears fell down my cheeks i waited for this. i fed them, then headed tosee tolstoy, do you see him(second photograph) he is staring out the window, he is so beautiful my heart aches. then i fed pepper, i would surely loose her in this snow( she is white like sophie) after that i walked down to see isabelle, zoe and cloe the new cows they are huddled together, so i went and got them hay threw it over only to see the wind take it and the three cows run after it, oops so i head back into the barn for more hay with a smile on my face this is a good morning.

24 comments:

Valentina said...

sigh...

in another lifetime said...

WOW!! You are at your best in the snow. These photos are so intimate and quiet, as beautiful and pure as the snow itself.

erin said...

oh the fuzzy horse and cow. i love that photo.

Ann Marie said...

yes indeed, i WOULD love it there at your farm. i think i tell my husband twice daily that i am counting on having a farm like nadia's!! these photos brought a peace to my heart this morning.

peachey said...

beautiful. just beautiful.

lisa said...

Nadia: Congratulations on winning the On Montague giveaway! And your photos of the horses are beautiful. I love the contrast in light in the photo of them in the doorway.

Julia (Color Me Green) said...

the first photo puts me right there, trudging through the snow in warm boots and chilly air...

Johanna said...

oh Nadia. i didn't notice Tolstoy until you mentioned him hiding in the dark. beautiful.
thank you as always for sharing your beautiful work.

Caroline said...

What a lovely morning... I wish I was there!! xo

daysofserendipity said...

I envy you your early New England winters. We are still waiting for more than flurries, but when they come, they'll last until April.

spread your wings said...

ah the quietness of snow. nothing like it. again the last photo - love

Aran said...

the noise of winter... i love that!

Irene said...

These are lovely, lovely, lovely photos, Nadia.

avant garde said...

all so sensational. quiet, soft energy there at your farm. on cape cod, we are still too warm yet, it wanted to snow this morning, then settled on rain. i did go for a run on my local golf course, in the rain though, alongside the ocean. but those animals, i'd spend all day with them. no...seriously i would. those eyes...

Joy said...

good morning!!! i have not been in snow.... always wondered how it's like. these photos make it look so dreamy....

kristin said...

I dream of having a farm like yours....so beautiful. Those animals must make your life complete.

Line said...

what a peaceful morning i love it!!

bigBANG studio said...

oh that last shot of your handsome fellow might be my favorite...these are gorgeous shots, my dear.

big hugs, stay warm!
xo

montague said...

it's a glorious morning for sure.

Wendy said...

I didn't notice tolstoy either! I love the horse and cow standing together. It's a perfect picture! Lovely, snowy morning and it looks like you like it that way.
Hugs

Shannah said...

It really is a special kind of beauty that you help us to see. Thank you.

Joie Moring said...

my god, these are incredible...my heart is right there with ya. geez.

Gigi said...

I can tell it was a good morning. These photos are heart-achingly beautiful. And Tolstoy--he is a very special animal. Wow.

Elizabeth said...

I love these couple of posts where you've shared photos of the horse and cow together--are they Clarabelle and Mike?