Sky Blue Pink
I love winter scenes. These photos were taken out in the country at my sister's acreage. With so much open space the views are spectacular -- some mornings the dawn is simply breathtaking. No photoshop playing, except to add the frame and tag.
Here's to enjoying a Winter Wonderland... with scenes from Southern Alberta (Canada). We're delighted to be linking with Vee's December Note Card Party.
Whipped Cream and Cinnamon Sprinkles
Softly Wakes the Dawn
Walking into the Morning
Wishing you a beautiful day,
Photos: © 2013 Brenda C Leyland
Oh, my goodness! It is a winter wonderland and the skies are gorgeous, too! Merry Merry!ReplyDelete
Absolutely stunning country! Are you there for Christmas?ReplyDelete
Yes... oh joy, oh blissDelete
Such a peaceful selection of photos. The "whipped cream" one was a perfect description. :-) Thanks for stopping by my blog.ReplyDelete
Your wintry wonderland scenes are stunning, and have indeed made my day beautiful.ReplyDelete
Such gorgeous photos of the outdoors in winter. Good choice for this card party!ReplyDelete
A beautiful and cold Canadian winter! How I miss it! That sky just glows with hope!ReplyDelete
Brenda! Lovely Winter Wonderland you live in! Great choices for Vee's party...ReplyDelete
Amazing how unique each day can be!!! Great shots. Merry Christmas to you! ~SallyReplyDelete
Breathtaking scenes! Just beautiful! Love the Sky blue pink! What a winter wonderland!ReplyDelete
They are truly breathtaking and I love the way you've described them. It looks like Christmas at your house! Happy holidays!ReplyDelete
Brenda, your winter wonderland notecards are fantastic! Gorgeous images. My favorite is the first one. The color is just beautiful. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
O, so beautiful. Have a wonderful Christmas...ReplyDelete
This set is just gorgeous! I love the colors. Merry Christmas!ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas to you and yours, Brenda!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the lovely card this morning.
Linda at Beautiful Ideas
Those are beautiful winter scenes...a winter wonderland indeed!ReplyDelete
I am pondering the words of the Psalmist, "Wash me and I will be whiter than snow."
There is just something about Winter scenes that look black and white and incredible. Your walk into the morning makes me want to put on my coat and boots, lol. We are having such a storm here on the Island I'll need a full head gear and leggings.ReplyDelete
Beautiful photographs. I love the serenity of winter scenes! Merry Christmas to you!ReplyDelete
Those are stunning! How beautiful!ReplyDelete
Oh Brenda, I'm so envious of your snow covered Christmas scenes!ReplyDelete
I'm sweltering from the heat in New Zealand!!!! Christmas is quite different in the Southern Hemisphere!!
Beautiful Note Cards each one - the soft pinkish light is so charming.
Lovely to meet you at Vee's party!
I'm now following you and look forward to sharing more next year!
BIG HUGS and wishing you and your family a very Happy Christmas.
Omg! My Czech gpa, Deda, used to talk about 'sky blue pink' when I was growing up! I haven't heard or thought about that for a very long time! Thanks for the memory!ReplyDelete
Linda... We used to use 'sky blue pink' too. Maybe it's a saying from the 'old country' for my grandparents and my dad come from Europe...German, Russian, Polish. I'm glad you told me, so it's a wide saying than just our own families.Delete
Wishing you a wonderful Christmas...
To everyone who left a message here, THANK YOU! I'm coming to visit you soon.ReplyDelete
In the meantime, I wish you a very Happy Christmas (if you celebrate). And joy for the journey!
Just gorgeous images from your corner of the world. I'm a little late getting around to the party, but enjoying all the photos. Have a wonderful, joy-filled Christmas, Brenda.ReplyDelete
What beautiful note cards for December, Brenda. I love that they're all taken of the same spot at different times. Merry Christmas blessings to you.ReplyDelete