where observation and imagination meet nature in poetry
December 12, 2016 § 8 Comments
filled with snow
a cozy cold
Tagged: berries, branches, cozy, nest, outdoors, snow, trees, winter
So tightly wound, it even holds the snow. Gorgeous photo.
So well spotted
A friend in Montana just posted about the snow on his roof, and how nicely it was helping to insulate his house. “Cozy cold” isn’t always an oxymoron, although I suspect snow on the “roof” works better for people than birds.
a home only Jack Frost might love 😉
I love seeing all the birds’ nests in the shrubs and trees now visible. How many we walked by without noticing the quietly brooding mom. 🙂
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