yizhivika

A photo (or three) a day for 2012.

Horse, tree and beware the deer ;).

Becoated horse, off Warsash Road, Titchfield, this morning

Becoated horse, off Warsash Road, Titchfield, this morning


Tree in Southampton Road this morning, against the light...

Tree in Southampton Road this morning, against the light…


Road sign in Cartwright Drive, Titchfield...

Road sign in Cartwright Drive, Titchfield…

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6 thoughts on “Horse, tree and beware the deer ;).

  1. Very nice! The horse is so cute! Love the tree with its thousands of little branches and the long shadow!

  2. Thankyou, andelieya :). Actually, knowing of your love of trees, I thought of you when I uploaded the tree photograph here ;).

    • Dear yizhivika, thank you so much! That’s very kind of you! I do love trees, and I am now learning how to sketch them. In fact, today marked the beginning of my tree sketching. Hopefully, eventually something good will come out of it that I can actually feel confident about sharing on WP. 🙂 – andelieya

  3. Okay, andelieya, I look forward to seeing some of your tree sketches in due course :).

  4. secret squirrel on said:

    I bet that horse is chilly, even though he is becoated, standing out in all of that snow! 🙂

  5. Haha…yes, in this virtual world, the snow continues to fall even when the sky is blue and cloudless, and will continue to do so until early January ;). Incidentally, I’m not sure ‘becoat’ is a word at all, but it came to me naturally enough, and I rather like it, whether it appears in a dictionary or not ;).

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