Sunday, 19 December 2010

Inside, Outside

I would rather be inside than outside at the moment. The snow finally came.

Yesterday the sky hung low with snow and then snowed for about 3 hours.

It then settled and the sky looked so dark and dirty compared to the pure white freshly fallen snow.

The snow lay like a thick insulation over the garden keeping the bulbs snug underneath.

It didn't snow today and tonight as the sun began to set the sky alternated between pink and blue.

The garden looked quite magical as dusk fell.

I went back into the sanctuary of my home and marvelled at the scenic view from my window, safe in the knowledge that I was protected from the elements outside and fortunate to have a place to keep warm inside the house.

I hope you all stay safe and warm this Christmas. x

17 comments:

pebbledash said...

My idea of bliss is a land full of snow! Love the photos with the pinky sky. Does Gizmo like the snow, or does he prefer to be curled up in the warm?

D x

Sal said...

It's so very pretty and at the same time a damn nuisance!!
Have fun ;-) x

magsmcc said...

I certainly love the photos of outside taken from a gorgeously cosy inside! Merry Christmas!

Kathy said...

I'd rather be indoors too ... it's freezing by us. Not as much snow as you ... but so, so cold!
Love Kathy xxx

greenrabbitdesigns said...

Lovely photos Simone, hope you have a warm and cosy Christams too!
Vivienne x

Vintage Tea Time said...

Lovely skies recently, aren't there? Great pics. Yes, I'd hate not to have a warm home to go to just now. Hope there aren't too many homeless suffering.

Suzanne said...

Oh beautiful!
Your garden looks like a fairy tale.
Merry Christmas,
Suzanne

KC'sCourt! said...

Love the pictures especially the pink sky.
Julie xxxxxxx

Rosie said...

Lovely photos! It looks so cosy and warm inside! I'm sitting indoors looking out this morning knowing that I must venture out in it today for a short while - I'll let it 'warm up' a bit first I think! Hope you and yours have a wonderful Christmas, Simone:)

Puppet Lady said...

Its always rather magical the way the light changes and reflects when there's snow on the ground. Your pictures capture this beautifully.

Helen Philipps said...

I loved seeing your beautiful snowy photos. The sky colours are so pretty and magical, and I love the big cushions of snow on everything in the garden. Have a cosy week, and a very Happy Christmas! Helen x

Julie Rutter said...

What lovely light changes. Hope you have a lovely time over the holidays. Juliex

Green thumb said...

Such a lovely palette of colours in the snow!
Have a very Merry Christmas Simone!

*✿* millie meadowsweet *✿* said...

we have loads of the white stuff to. i was wondering this morning if somerset had taken a walk overnight and plonked itself down in scandinavia. the temperatures have been very low here too -minus 17 recently.

your pics are really lovely and magical.
makes me feel like making a hot chocolate, infact i think i will :o)

much love to you Simone
and warmest seasonal wishes, a happy yule/solstice to you xxx and a merry christmas

hugs

sumea

pamela said...

We are lucky to be warm and cosy on days and nights like this. And to have a beautiful home is a bonus (love your curtains!)
Happy christmas and best wishes
pamela x

summerfete said...

Hope you have a very Merry Christmas Simone and an inspiring 2011!!

Clare xx

Louise said...

We missed out on this batch of snow. Just a light sprinkling here. Really love the pink and blue sky in your photo Simone. x