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Well, it was a well made video, and I liked the wind chimes and duck quacking, but to tell you the truth, I’m tired of watching snow falling. 😉
Laughing way out loud!!! Thx for watching despite your flurry fatigue!
that was magic……… love the tag on the end……… nice editing as well, the transitions work well……….. it’s quite hot here today so the contrast was excellent…. beautiful scene.
Thanks, Terry! My daughter found the wind chimes kind of spooky but I wanted to go kind of John Cage with it. This is what I hear at my place most days! Feel free to watch anytime it gets too overheated down there. 🙂
loved it! You captured the winter + made it beautiful:-)
Wow, you are the first person I have ever met that knew who “John Cage” was…lol. I use to be a modern dancer BK + not many people drop the John Cage name:-)
OMG–didn’t mean to name drop!!! 😉 Well, I did want to sort of explain the musical aesthetic without quite tagging it. Love that out-there stuff, especially when paired with other media–dance, film, etc. And, of *course* you were a dancer–I can easily see the connection between artist and someone who grows good things. Both pursuits require patience, long hours, trial & error and lots of attention to detail. Can we say you are a choreographer of plants? 🙂
lol…no you were not name dropping—tee hee…just now I see your photography in a new way…you are an “out there” taking risks with your photos + videos, LOVE IT!!! Yes, most gardeners are a choreographer of plants, you too…look at all the beauty you have created, but you have an extra ensemble “duck dancers” that I don’t have to work with and they are always creating a new piece in your garden:-) You are the Twyla Tharp of the duck dancers!!!!!
U r so very kind! Thank you for the spirit booster this week!!!
Lucia Dlugoszewski was an experimental as John Cage…she taught us music and made things so simple, she was rare + kind…I am still stunned right now to hear someone use his name:-)
Stunned in a good way, I hope. 😉
Yes in a good way-lol. I really see the experiemental in your photography…you are a creative soul! Keep on pushing the edge in your art:-) Your spirit is showing through your photos…I will look at them with a better understanding of you as an artist:-)
You just can’t keep an artist down!!! U, too! Let’s dance with cabbages! Hooray!!!
Oh WOW – that’s what snow looks like falling from the sky? Simply amazing my friend. You know they are saying that *we* might get some this week? Is that wishful thinking? XOXO – Bacon
Sure! Pigs can have wishes come true, too! Enjoy!!!
I’m keeping my hooves crossed my friend! OHHHH – what will we do tonight without Sleepy Hollow?? XOXO – Bacon
I just asked my husband that last night! What will I do until September?! Maybe get more sleep? Hey, that’s an idea!
There you go. That’s what we can do – sleep – snorts. XOXO – bacon
Loved watching your snow. I am sitting at 57 degrees with the chance of snow tomorrow and back to the 70s by the end of the week. Our seasons change daily!
Never a dull moment anymore, I agree!!! Thx for taking a peek!
Watching the snow fall, had plenty of that last night. 😉
Yay! Keep that precipitation coming!
The chimes were so celebratory. Glad you were inside the globe and not out in it!
Thanks! It’s definitely balmier in here with the cats than outside with the ducks!!!