Wednesday, 7 December 2011

trees in water


I think the title of this post says it all. This is a post about trees in water.
On the weekend the smallest daughter and I went, as is our wont, to my parents to take advantage of their pool, and their pantry. For some reason whenever I go to my parents, I pig out on food from their pantry that I would never eat at home. Somehow because its at  my parents, it's OK! Go figure!!


What does you being a pig and eating your parents food have to do with trees and water I hear you ask??
Well..........


We went for a swim, then my Dad suggested we take the tiny one for a walk to the duckpond, whcih is where we saw these amazing trees growing in the water.
They just amazed me with their beauty. So I took so many photos to show you all.















One might say too many photos...................

And lastly, as always on a Wednesday, I am doing the Yarn Along, and linking in with Ginny at Small Things.
Today I am making a new cushion cover, which I sized so incredibly wrongly that it's just not funny. 
Reading wise, I found another Camilla Luckberg- I am really enjoying this series.


It's raining here tonight, and I am now away to go and crochet and watch something that will numb my brain on the telly. Can't wait!!!

8 comments:

  1. What wondeful pictures,how amazing to see those trees growing in water.It really looks enchanting. thankyou for popping over to mine and for your birthday wishes.I hope you are having a great week,lots of love juliexxx

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  2. We've had lots of rain here in Ohio, too...this morning we got a little snow (just a dusting really)!

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  3. Beautiful pictures of the trees growing in the water. I love how the sun shines off the surface of the water, just lovely.
    Meredith

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  4. What a nice sight to see with the ducks swimming away. In Florida we are noticing a lot more birds and ducks around because the real "snow birds" are in town for the winter. I could watch them all day.
    xo Susan

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  5. Love your photos! They are beautiful. Thanks for visiting my blog. Happy crocheting!

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  6. Wow - they look like regular deciduous trees, but they don't seem to mind being in the water. Don't give up on the cushion! ;)

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  7. Beautiful trees.
    And no, not too many photos in my opinion!
    Xx

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  8. Camilla Läckberg is one of my favourite swedish authors - glad you like her! :-)

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