Lost in a sea of gray

It’s that gray time of year again.  The sun reverts to the Southern Hemisphere and the rest of us must endure short days with gloomy grays.

The grass still thrives in color.

The grass still thrives in color.

Cut through.

Pointy things.

Wind kisses.

Devoid of color, full of shape.

Jingle bells.

Hey, hay!

Fields of color, skies of gray.


Hey, hay, goodbye.

33 responses to “Lost in a sea of gray

  1. An excellent set, as always. Hope all is well.

    Agree with you about the “Season of Gray”. This coming week, though, we’re getting ready for another round of deep-freeze cold.

  2. I enjoy reading your blog and have nominated you for the Versatile Blogging Award. Details are available at my most recent post if you are interested!

  3. There’s beauty in winter, too, and you capture it here! I’m in love with broomsedge (that yellowy grass around the hay bale), and have been for a long time. It’s not much to look at in the summer, but ah, in winter…

  4. Commenting in the early part of Jan 2015, I am beginning to see the beginnings of spring and therefore photographic opportunities of nature in the North of this world (I live in UK).

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