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Marking the Months

Seasons from our garden - a dozen of Jean's photo cards on sale through her Etsy.com shop. www.etsy.com/uk/shop/JeanWilliamsonCards

Click to a larger version of Bonfire © Jean Williamson

Bonfire © Jean Williamson

A tiny bonfire of leaves to represent the bigger, glorious bonfires of winter. It will be interesting to see if climate change forces us to invent other ways of celebrating light in the darker months.
Click to a larger version of Silent Night © Jean Williamson

Silent Night © Jean Williamson

An imaginary landscape with the first few notes of the carol 'Silent Night' singing down the wires on a winter night.
Click to a larger version of Snowball Heart © Jean Williamson

Snowball Heart © Jean Williamson

Remember the days we had enough snow to build snow men, let alone a giant heart? This one built in February.
Click to a larger version of Veiled Snowdrops © Jean Williamson

Veiled Snowdrops © Jean Williamson

I was thinking of confetti and weddings.
Click to a larger version of Primrose © Jean Williamson

Primrose © Jean Williamson

With all the frosts we have been having Spring is making a slow start this year. The bullfinches have taken most of the Apple and Amelanchier blossom, but the primroses are in full bloom and self seeding themselves into every corner and open space alike.
Click to a larger version of Heart Constellation © Jean Williamson

Heart Constellation © Jean Williamson

The spikey flowers of Miss Wilmot's Ghost help to create a heart constellation. Living out in the country, beyond the reach of street lights, we get to see some fabulous starry skies on clear frosty nights.
Click to a larger version of Raindrops © Jean Williamson

Raindrops © Jean Williamson

Jewels of raindrops on a nasturtium leaf. Like rainbows, one of the bounties of nature and worth more than gold!
Click to a larger version of Wash Day Fantasy © Jean Williamson

Wash Day Fantasy © Jean Williamson

Doing chores, staying at home, and dreaming of holidays.
Click to a larger version of Sea Glass © Jean Williamson

Sea Glass © Jean Williamson

It can take 20 to 50 years for the sea to abrade glass into this lovely substance we collect as treasure from beaches. My sister collected these from a beach in Dorset and I added the landscape of weathered wood, flowers, and grass from memories of beachcoming on the shore.
Click to a larger version of Llyn Padarn Sunrise © Jean Williamson

Llyn Padarn Sunrise © Jean Williamson

Sunrise over the Llanberis Pass. I took this some years ago when The Lonely Tree was looking a little less world weary than since fame has brought it too many visitors.
Click to a larger version of Blue Moon © Jean Williamson

Blue Moon © Jean Williamson

One of my all time best selling cards, back for another showing. We had another super moon last night but the skies were obscured by cloud.
Click to a larger version of Colour of Rust © Jean Williamson

Colour of Rust © Jean Williamson

Even corrosion has its beauty. A rusty heart given to me as a present placed on a background of more rust - the old ash pan from our Rayburn stove.

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