Friday, December 21, 2007

Happy Winter Solstice


I prefer winter and fall, when you feel the bone structure of the landscape - the loneliness of it, the dead feeling of winter. Something waits beneath it, the whole story doesn't show. ~Andrew Wyeth

10 comments:

Lizard Princess said...

Wow- the "bone structure"- I love it!
I like it when the trees are bare enough for us to see neighbor's houses that we can't usually see in the summer.

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays and new Year to you, GZ, you are a "kindred spirit" as Anne of Green Gables would say.

polona said...

oh my... i HATE winter!!!

Forever Young said...

lovely, but too lonely for me, and i sgree with polona.

Janice Thomson said...

Oh I love this! That's exactly how it feels - yet we know that's not all there is.

DeLi said...

Dear GZ

a very merry Christmas to you and your loved ones. And cheers to a prosperous 2008!

The best is yet to come.

Kisses,
Deli

raindog said...

have a great holiday!

Princess Haiku said...

This is wonderful! Solstice blessings to you too and great blogging in the next year.

A.Decker said...

Love the Wyeth. Haven't seen that one before, or the quote. I'm bookmarking, linking to you.

get zapped said...

lp- It's great having you visit once in a while and share your love and deeply spiritual insights with all of us. It's very special - so thank you.

polona- it's not for everyone.

4ey- this is the first winter in quite some time that I am enjoying what it has to offer.

janice- yes, that's part of it's beauty.

deli- thank you for your generosity and may you have a joyous Christmas and New Year!

raindog- thanks and same to ya!

p_haiku- I wish the same for you and yours.

a.decker- welcome and I look forward to checking your blog out.

Peace to all!

studio lolo said...

Oh, one of my all time favorite artists!! I love the quote and the bone structure reference. harsh winters are hard for me though. I'd rather enjoy the beauty from a warm place :)
Wishing you all the best this season has to share, and all good things in the new year. Looking forward to more time with you. Thanks for a year of wonderful, thoughful posts ;)
XXX Laurel