My Thinking Spot...deserted.
(Picture taken from the warmth of my office window so as not to compromise my body temperature... its so-o-o cold in my gardens in the morning.)
Notice there are no critter tracks... no birds, no deer, no foxes, no neighbor cats or dogs... no thinking going on here today. Too cold!
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Great post! I just love your thinking spot, I do have a similar one and it is very deserted as well, hibernating under 10 inches of snow.ReplyDelete
I wish you a great week, see you next Friday!
Here we have got alot of snow and cold too.
I hope that spring come soon.
Have a nice weekend
frigid and snowy here as well!!!ReplyDelete
Your Thinking Spot looks beautiful and inspirational, but very very cold right now!ReplyDelete
It looks cold! And if it is anything like here so nice you could stay inside and take such a lovely picture of your thinking spot. Such a beautiful spot to think and enjoy the garden. Happy New Year to you!ReplyDelete
I really envy your views. What a beautiful, peaceful scene today with the freshly fallen snow! I'm sure you enjoy changing views throughout the year from that vantage point.ReplyDelete
My Thinking Spot, it's my garden, and you know what: it rain...ReplyDelete
I agree in your thoughts. here my neighboors cat´s are trying to catch the birds I´m feeding.ReplyDelete
It looks nice there on your thinking spot ! Have a nice weekendReplyDelete
So deserted, but i think that it's moore live in the summer time :) /SussReplyDelete
Have a nice weekend! / Irene
I bet your thinking spot spawns many of your wonderful posts. Even the 'deserted' one today.ReplyDelete
We also got 4 more inches of snow! It's been snowing every week since Christmas here! I'm tired of all this snow, and yes, it sure is cold.ReplyDelete
Brrrr, that does look really cold! There is a heavy frost on the ground here, it is making me reluctant to head up to the allotment and dig, the frozen ground makes it hard to get the weeds out - that's my excuse anyway!ReplyDelete
Hugs - and stay warm!!ReplyDelete
It must be really cold if there aren't even any tracks in the snow! Your spot looks wonderful - I can just imagine you sitting there taking in the sights and sounds of your garden...looking forward to seeing posts about what you dream up!ReplyDelete
Brrr. Looks like a pretty fab spot to enjoy a good book in summertime, though. :)ReplyDelete
Someday soon our gardens will awaken, and won't it be a happy time? I can hardly wait!ReplyDelete
So much snow! I sit between the roots of a dear old beech tree when i want to mull things over..ReplyDelete
Beautiful, in spite of being deserted. It looks very peaceful . . .ReplyDelete
Ah, peace in the garden. Your garden and mine look very similar right about now.......COLD! Love your special spot, very peaceful.ReplyDelete
I love to be the first outside and see the untouched snow. 0 degrees here in PA this morning!ReplyDelete
Great minds think alike - nothing like a pretty view framed by a window when it's ridiculously cold. Isn't it marvelous when you get that shot before the creatures leave their little prints. Stay warm.ReplyDelete