Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Northern Light















There is no reason not to expect the weather to turn on us here in England. It is, after all, only April and I for one will not be putting my lovingly nurtured vegetable plants into their beds and troughs until June, no matter how thuggish their behavior in the greenhouse might become. As the chilly air has indeed returned, I am revisiting my Lapland images.

11 comments:

Kimmie said...

I love these images!
I ran across them while going back in time on your blog some weeks ago. These images just really stuck with me - especially the lace in the window picture.
You have an amazing eye - these images are simple, haunting and beautiful - thank you for sharing!

~*~Patty Szymkowicz said...

These images are hauntingly beautiful! Here in Virginia we are having a heatwave of 25+ degrees warmer than normal (whatever normal is anymore)....waiting for a cold front to bring our April Spring weather back! Your blog is wonderful!

Gaby Bee said...

Thes images are fantastic! Thanks for sharing. Have a wondrous and magical day!
Gaby xo

bridgette said...

oh wow, these are so beautiful!

thanks for visiting my blog. I will be back here for sure!

Seth said...

Spectacular images. Wonderful photographs and compelling effects! Wonderful!

malacima said...

wow!!great effect!!

Ulla said...

These are truly stunning... like being adrift in a cold enchanting fairy tale...
Ulla

Candace said...

Oh how beautiful! The horse, the horse, my kingdom for this horse. Found you through Seth Apter's blog. Glad I did... fantastic blog this.
Candace

Martha Marshall said...

Oh! Beautiful. I also found you on Seth's blog. These are wonderful.

Chris said...

These are gorgeous. How do you DO this? Very nice to find you via Seth. I'll be back.

Kate Iredale said...

These are stunning images. I found you you through DAQ and I'm so glad that I did. I've drifted away from digital work for a year or so and now find myself betwixt and beween homes with limited art supplies at the moment...and so would like to get back into producing some digital work again. Your work has inspired me to do just that!

I'm wondering where you live in the Cotswolds as my husband is from Cirencentor and we have family who still live there. It's such a beautiful area.