Wednesday, 28 February 2018

Simply Neutrals No. 35

Wen's lovely post about textures for Simply Neutrals No. 35 last week prompted me to post this photo. I took it a couple of days ago here at our cottage in France. We are quite snug and warm with the central heating and the fire going as well, but the radiator in the kitchen area is bust and for the last few days we got ice flowers on the inside of the window! Just little patches in the corners of the small window panes, so not a huge deal. The textures of ice on glass are endlessly fascinating, and although the ice was melting, it still provided some lovely textures. It was pretty dark outside, so the reflection of the kitchen light added a little bit of warm colour.



Please hop over to Wen's blog to see the beautiful neutrals photographs posted this week for Simply Neutrals Tuesday No. 35.

Toodlepip xxx

6 comments:

froebelsternchen Susi said...

Fascinating texture - this is a gorgeous photo! Oh yes it so cold - here in Austria as well.. but it will warm up soon, I am sure!
oxo
Susi

Dorthe said...

Liz, natures amazing beauty- created from the meeting between warm and cold - isen`t it gorgeous-
TFS dear friend- here we are almost snowed inside our homes, and it is still falling from the sky--- so sad, as we are supposed to travel to Mathilde`s birthday, in few days, and the weather is not better in Sweden, where we have to cross, to reach Denmark, again...
I hope you enjoy your days in the frosted beauty !!
Hugs
Dorthe

Wen Sylvestre said...

Oh brrr! But a very beautiful photo Liz! I always take pictures of the ice on the windows (though on the outside luckily!), especially when the light adds some sparkles to it, so beautiful. Thank you for your sweet words, happy to see you joining the party again! Big hugs xx

Roosterhead Designs said...

Oh Liz this is such a stunning photo. A 'natures' watercolor of warmth and frost. One of the prettiest I've ever seen. Thank you so much for capturing that! and sharing it with us~ Hugs, karen o

Jutta.K said...

Fascinating texture and a great color scheme.
Great shot

Betsy said...

Liz!
Lat time I looked here you hadn't written since your shoppe closed! o good to see you here again!
hugs,
Betsy