Windows are especially appreciated in January. Tightly sealed against wet and cold, light still pours through, feeble and cool as it is many days, giving life to the plants clustered nearby.
Although this window faces northwest, it captures enough light to bring the orchids back into bloom. The wind can blow, the ground can freeze; so long as sunlight reaches our windows, we carry on inside as though it were springtime already.
The plants wintering inside accept each photon that reaches their leaves with gratitude. The windows stand bare and open to the winter sun, a blessing to each of us.
Photos by Woodland Gnome 2014
Your bloggs,just get better and better!
I have been kinda busy for a while and just catching up,but I so enjoy your wonderful blogs and the beautiful photos, 🙂
You have wonderful day there!
Thank You Again For Shareing!
Thank you for taking time to follow and stop in when you have a free minute. I hope all is well with you and yours, Best wishes, WG
You are very welcome! WG! Any time.
And hope all is well with you and yours as well,
And hopefuly we can do some well needed sspring gardening, real soon,lol
It is, and we will. I tried to plant some garlic cloves near the Violas today, and met with frozen ground. Won’t be long until we’re out puttering again 😉 Happy weekend, WG