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A Winter Walk

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Last week, we welcomed another snow storm which left us with several inches of fresh white powder. The girls were delighted, immediately grabbing their gear to build a snow man and take in an afternoon of sledding.

The chickens on the other hand — well, if you’ve been reading this blog recently, you’re well aware of how our chickens react to the snow. However, they did seem a little braver after this last storm and welcomed the straw that we scattered on the ground for them!

As I’ve mentioned in a previous post, our eldest daughter loves photography.

I smiled as she grabbed her camera and headed out the door to capture the essence of a winter day.

I thought you might enjoy a few of her photos …

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35 Comments

  1. Your daughter has a really good eye for photos. She did well! Big hugs x

    1. Thank you, Roberta! 🙂 She enjoys it so much! Big hugs to you also! x

  2. Beautiful photos 🙂 She has a talent that’s for sure! 🙂

    1. Thank you so much, Claire! 🙂 She will be delighted that you enjoyed the photos!

      1. I really did 🙂 beautiful images 🙂

  3. Great photos! Maybe she could give me some pointers? 😉

    1. Thank you, Sadie! She will be so happy you enjoyed her photos! She is actually a huge fan of your blog! 😀

  4. I LOVE your pictures!

    1. Thank you so much, Claudia! 🙂

    1. Thank you so much, dear Freda! 🙂

  5. Great pictures – The snow is beautiful.

    1. Thank you so much, Sheryl! 🙂

  6. your daughter has a great eye, these photos are wonderful.

    1. Thank you so much! 🙂 Photography is one of her favortite hobbies!

  7. our snow finally melted! What gorgeous photos, please tell your eldest that they are totally beautiful! I really like her photos because she has captured different angles and interesting things! Very nice! Auntie Lynn xxx

    1. Auntie Lynn, Aviah is so delighted you enjoyed her photos! 🙂 It’s one of her favorite hobbies. We had all that snow a little over a week ago and now most all of our snow has melted. too. The weather has been sunny and in the 40’s! 😀 Amazing how the weather can change in one week! 😉 xoxo

      1. She has a great eye for this and dear Aviah keep going and take more photos for us please! You are very talented and capture beauty from different angles, Love, Auntie Lynn

        1. Aviah is beaming while reading this and says thank you to Auntie Lynn! 🙂

          1. awwwe what a sweetie! Most welcome! xxx big hugs!

          2. Love and big hugs to our sweet Lynn!! xoxo

  8. These are your daughters photos? I need lessons!

    1. Aww, thank you so much, dear Julie! Aviah is tickled pink that you enjoyed her photos! 🙂

  9. Lovely photos, the first snowfalls are always beautiful, and she captured this.

    1. Thank you so much, Joan! 🙂

  10. Beautiful photos!! We just had our first big snowstorm- I was too cold to go outside and capture the fun my kids were having… 🙁 I tried to take photos through an open window- not great! :/ I’ve learned my lesson!

    1. Thank you so much, Josette! Yes, I can totally relate — there have been many cold winter days where I try to take photos of the kids from the window! Lol. 😉

  11. These photos are amazing! And i’m so jealous that you get so much snow! x

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    1. Thank you so much, Sarah! It’s funny, we had so much snow one week ago and now almost all of it has melted! Lol. There’s a slight feeling of spring in the air. 😉

  12. Ahh Anna this makes me smile and giggle. Our Ladies sound so similar. 😉 They’re so amusing at times aren’t they.
    Fabulous photos from your daughter I must admit – keep up the great work.; ) My daughter took photography for A levels and learnt so much, she loved it.

    1. Thank you so much, Kitty! 🙂 Yes, the hens are so amusing, aren’t they? They are so delighted with our warmer weather … and no more snow! 😉

      1. We’ve had no snow so far, still time I guess.
        The hens are laying more now with it being mild.

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