Wednesday, 21 December 2011

Winter Solstice


Winter Solstice : Central Scotland



Images by Margaret




Wishing you a Merry Festive Season
and Peaceful,Happy and Creative 2012





16 comments:

DeeBee L. said...

Winter Solstice is a very important celebration in our cultures,regardless of the religion.
It is a beautiful moment of the year for me as from now on daylight is gong to increase, very slowly at first but we will still feel the power of Nature.
Winter Solstice has another huge meaning for me as it is my Dad's birthday and he is celebrating his 80th one despite his Alzheimer! This is a beautiful day!
Thank you for these marvellous snowy shots, ther is so magic in them!
A meery festive season!

Lynn said...

Beautiful snowy images.
Wishing you a wonderful Solstice and Holiday Season.

Red Rose. said...

Hi,Ruby.
The contrast between the blue sky and the white snow is fantastic! Every wood and forest stand out in the snow. I love your silvern world's photos. Here in Nara we rarely have much snow and see those snowy scenes.
Photographers have to rush to go out for taking snowy shots as snow is gone soon.
I hope you are well and that you are finding some joy in this Christmas season!
Tomoko

biebkriebels said...

What a wonderful images with the snow. In this way it looks magical but it must not increase to huge amounts Wish you aal the best for the Christmas days and 2012. The sunlight will be coming more and more I hope now.

dritanje said...

Goodness - is it that snowy?
thinking of you on the solstice,
Morelle xx

louciao said...

Those glazed trees and iced woodlands are lovely to behold, bringing a special light of their own to this season of darkness. It feels as if my energy has reached its lowest point as well and I look forward to its return, along with the gradually increasing light of day.
I wish you renewed zest and creativity and great inner peace for the coming year (note, it's going to be 2012, Ruby!)

Karen Xavier said...

A white white Christmas it is! The trees look spectacular with snow on all its branches!

Suzanne McDermott said...

Thanks, as always, for sharing such beauty from your part of the woods. Snow for solstice! Gracing such mighty trees! Wishing you beauty and light in the new year and beyond....

joanne May said...

These photos are brilliant. Just Wow!
I love Scotland and I wish it would snow here, we are still waiting for it to fall.
Solstice Blessings. Have a magical 2012, Ruby! ;-)
Love and best wishes,
Jo. xx

sarah said...

Very beautiful photos in Scotland!
Forest with so white snow has a special mood. I imagine fairies come out of among trees.
It's quiet solstice. We take a bath float yuzu( a kind of orange)on the day.Our body warm well in this cold season.
I wish you a happy holiday season!

stardust said...

Hello, Ruby! There are beautiful natural Christmas trees in the winter wonderland! It feels cold but strangely glinting snow and blue sky makes me feel warm. Heavy snow is forecasted in northern Japan, and we are having very cold days here in Nara, too. We are facing the coldest months ahead but the knowledge daylight is increasing makes us feel assured that spring is not far behind. Celtic origins of winter solstice is interesting as well as that of Halloween. Traditionally we eat pumpkin (I don’t know why) and have a hot citron bath, the bath in which “yuzu” are put and set afloat, on winter solstice.

Wish you a peaceful Christmas and all the best in the New Year.

Yoko

Sciarada said...

Ciao Ruby, Christmas is a pleasure to share with you, I wish you, your family and to all a peaceful and joyous Christmas and a happy new year full of beautiful things!

snowwhite said...

Hi, ruby
Nature is genius. How beautifully it decorates itself with a white shroud and transforms into a different world. I love white, the most beautiful color. Stunning photos.
Have wonderful holidays and Happy New Year!
keiko

henk knibbeler said...

Hello dear Ruby,

I wish you a very good New Year 2012 with a lot of new creativity in your work and ofcourse a healthy life in your beautiful country.
Thanks for all the comments on my site this year, it's alway's a pleasure to read what your vision is on my work.

With the best greetings,

Henk.

three sea horses said...

How strange, i dont seem to have left you a message and i thought i had! it was to say thank you for your messages, and how lovely these snowy scenes are.
(the beach pebbles are on Iona by the way!)
i hope you had a nice Christmas and have a good hogmanay and 2012!

three sea horses said...

ah - your pictures are Solstice pictures! really lovely.

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