Monday, December 3, 2012

Morning Sky and a Thrummed Sheep





I took early morning photos---before I had enough coffee. So some of them are a bit, um, blurry?   




And some are just odd.
I like this.  The camera said "raise flash" which I don't always do, but this morning I did.




And I like it.



The peacocks on the tree. I didn't think they would appreciate the flash.



But I did it anyway.  I really like this!



The color was wonderful this morning.



Do you see Lewis possessed by "the demon of glowing eyes"?




I started a pair of mittens with thrums and the colors work well with this morning's sky.




Agnus is getting in on the thrum thing too.  That is a thrum sticking up in the middle of her back with the sun shining brightly on it.







And on the back of her head.



And she is not wanting to talk about how she got thrumed by sticking her head through a hole in the fence not big enough for a kitten to go through all to get at one blade of grass.  Or about how I had to take a board out of the fence to get her out.  Or about how embarrassed she was about having just her butt visible to all the other sheep, the llama, the horse, and , worse, the Gus.






























































5 comments:

  1. Well, I just learned a new word. Great photos of your morning. :)

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  2. I loved everything about this post. First the colors in the sky and how they matched your knitting project...kuddos to you!! The sheep story getting caught in the fence...made me laugh...thanks for that.
    Laurie

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  3. Don't you just LOVE morning like that...it makes one feel like you are part of the universe and the universe is surrounding you. As it really is, but still.

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  4. Ahah! Your morning skies with the trees look just the way it did here! Perfect with your knitting project.

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