Last week ending, we had a lovely light snow fall.
One morning about half hour before dawn, I awoke and looked out the window, and this was what I saw.
The street lamp that sits down in the valley of Tingsgrove was illuminating a soft pinkish glow upon the freshly fallen snow.
In the background the morning light was just beginning to form and the colours that you see in the 2 images shares, are exactly as I took them~
I am linking up with Mary for:
Cavehill Cemetery is one of the most amazing birding places available in the big city of Louisville.
Many of my photograph shares on my blog have been photographed here~
I had the sweet pleasure of the company of these 3 wonderful people this past week.
For those who saw my post from last week about the one in a million chance meeting of fellow blogger and friend Chris's friends Matt and Bea all whom were visiting family here for the holidays, from Reykjavik, Iceland, and my chance meeting with them in my little community of Oldham County, Kentucky, is still such an amazing thought!
Pat is Matt's sister on the left and it was she who was wearing a really lovely hat, that brought this meeting together in the first place.
Pat and her family all live very close to me.
In fact Pat and Matt's sister actually live in my neighborhood called Borowick Farms...
Their parents live in a neighborhood not even 3 miles from our home.
If that were not enough of the coincidences...I have had a friend named Kris who is Scandinavian, for over 30 years.
I just found out this morning that Pat and Matt's sister Ranae was in Kris's wedding...
Can any of this be made up...I promise...it is all true!
Oh and yes, Ranae will be making me my very own hat, and I will share that soon too;')~
Pat and Matt are siblings and Bea in the middle is Matt's wife.
What a sweet blessing these people are!
Black-capped Chickadees and Downy Woodpeckers make the rounds to our feeders many times throughout the day~
One of the old walk bridges that the husby built some 30 years ago, crosses our creek behind our home.
I quite liked the water reflections beneath the bridge.
More water reflections coming later in the week;')~
A very lovely couple...Bea and Matt will be returning soon to Iceland, but they shall stay friends for a very long time, I hope, along with their family here~
I liked the images above and below because of the sun light playing upon the snow on the tree branches~
I end with another image of how this post began and wish you a wonderful weekend and week ahead.
Stay safe and be a blessing~