Wednesday, December 7

la brume

dearest friends i have been thinking of you guys, i have not asked in a while how are you?
are you feeling pressure or diving into the season. i am torn from the want to skip over the holidays and wanting to pour myself into it. the fog on the hill has returned and i am glad, he has become  a familiar friend, a calmer of sorts. my camera sometimes she pushes herself and gives me a few shots here and there, i am not ready to leave her or let her leave me although i must confess to wishing for a companion camera for her and me. i have this tiny dream that a few of  you would  come spend some winter days with me. we would sit by the fire, make soups and inspire, maybe read books out loud have an impromptu dance party and perhaps walk through the forest, sled down the hill and snap some shots here and there. i must run now, meeting a friends for some real coffee in a different state, did i tell you there is no good coffee in vermont they try though atleast they try.




21 comments:

Sylvia said...

Your photos are mystically enchanting ; glad you have your camera back . You describe here the PERFECT time one can possibly has during this season ...
I am content I have found my " sparkle " through a wonderful " pretzel " tree that my family made on the weekend as a gift to the birds .
Enjoy a warm and gentle season !

Juliana said...

Magical. I'd come in a blink!

Line Houde said...

J'adore!

Daniella said...

These shots are so lovely. I like all the fog!

I'm also torn about the holidays, i'd like to start decorating by now usually, but for some reason i'm not quite into it yet... maybe once I put up a little tree and a few twinkly lights, we'll see.

The Wanderers' Daughter said...

Gorgeous! Dreamy! We so rarely get anything like fog in Colorado. It looks magical to me.

country girl said...

Your photos paint the most beautiful world. Maybe your camera is so overwhelmed by the beauty you capture that it needs a break sometimes. :)

I often think of how wonderful it would be to have my blog friends gather round and join hands and hearts and share a meals, long conversations, laughter, and walks. Such great people in this community.

I also have mixed emotions about the holidays this year. It's my little son's first Christmas, so there is this wish to have everything perfect. On the other hand, I think being relaxed about it all would benefit him more.

Lots of love to you on the foggy hillside,

Dawn

Ashley Moore said...

What beautiful foggy photos. I feel your sorrow about your camera, I have a couple of camera's that are on the fritz or in the shop as well and I find I just haven't been myself without them... I hope you have a wonderful holiday season and spend many foggy days by the fire with loved ones. :)

Amber Lee said...

Nadia, the bits of your life that you share are absolutely beautiful. I always feel lifted up when I visit your little blog space - thank you.

Kristin said...

I like your fog pictures. It all looks very mysterious. Beautifully. And I love the photos of your dog.

Zev said...

I love the way animals seem to appear out of the mist in your photographs.

LITTLE CHIEF said...

my word that great pyrenees is beautiful. love these photos.

Bonbon Oiseau said...

gorgeous photos nadia--I miss VT and you! I am slowly getting into the swing, trying not to be overwhelmed by it, but letting it settle in, like this fog, I guess. xoxoxo

Josephine said...

I wish I could get gorgeous photos like these from a stubborn camera. I love these poetic photos!

tuija said...

You have so beautiful and calm pictures. I would love live on a countryside though I know running a farm keeps one busy :) I'm about to start the holidays and I didn't think I could find my peaceful self so fast. Your pictures helped, thanks!

C Ferminka said...

I'm in love with your blog. So beautiful pictures, so nice atmospheres!
And ... so nice dogs. Are they, Pyrenees, "patous"?

Alma said...

I would just love that!

UpGemini said...

staying there on the hill with you and the animals would be a dream! I am good at cooking 'gnocchi alla romana' and have a new book to read... just dreaming myself :)

Tash said...

So beautiful Nadia. Poetic. The photos, the words and you.

Matt Inwood said...

That fog is enchanting. So happy you managed to capture something like this: it really is so incredibly beautiful.

S. Katherine Davis said...

I hope you return soon. Your photos are enchanting and I love your blog style.

S. Katherine,
http://eventbanterblog.blogspot.com/

Melissa said...

Pink and red barns! Bestill my heart!!!