Wednesday, June 17, 2009

My goodness, when did Winter arrive?




Today is the first day that I have had at home for the last eight weeks, as some of you may know I have been working on the Wizard of Oz production and I have not had much of a chance to see outside. I can't even believe it is June already. Thank you for all the wonderful emails and comments over the last weeks. I can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel and as there is still much to be done, it is not as frantic as it has been. The show finishes on Saturday night, only three more performances, then a big clean up, and then I will be back to this wonderful world of blogging with many new stories to share.









This is what my little world is like at the moment here in the Southern Highlands, Australia, my garden is bare, the twigs are white and it's very cold outside. It feels very strange, I didn't even see the little bulbs come up under my fruit trees this year near where I hang my washing out, actually, I'm not sure why I even hang my washing out as nothing dries at this time of the year.








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18 comments:

  1. What a joy to see these photos. Your winter looks elegant! Good luck with the play. I adore WIZARD OF OZ.

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  2. Your photos are just beautiful. I wish you every success with the play. Thank you for sharing your photos with us.

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  3. When I read the first line about Winter arriving, I had to check to see where you lived. :-)
    Great photos.
    Glenda

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  4. Beautiful photos you have taken.My best wishes on your play. The Wizard of Oz is one of my favorites. thank you for sharing,
    Sue

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  5. Stunning winter photography, the Wizard of Oz costumes and photos are gorgeous, glad everyone had so much fun including your adorable little lion, happy days, Kathy.

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  6. Happy Outdoor Wednesday Coty! You have been missed my friend... but I understand! Your winter photos are beautiful...as are the pictures from the Wizard of Oz production! Thanks for sharing your photos.~ Susan

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  7. wonderful photos.. captured the great outdoors..
    Happy OW & have a great day too

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  8. Oh yes! it is winter in the down under. Lovely as always!

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  9. Oh I'm so glad I found your post again, I accidently deleted my bloglist and yours was one I loved looking at. . .Your pictures are amazing, have a great day!

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  10. As always my heart skips a beat, my breath is taken & I'm in awe at your talents!!!
    So much life where it appears to be dormant. Always why I look beyond & underneath.
    Grattitude for sharing!!!!

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  11. your shots are incredible and i really enjoyed the Wizard.

    Years ago i directed a local community play, so i feel your passion. Its a devine show and everyone who is IN it loves it forever.

    You outdoors shots are fantastic. Definately will be returning.

    TTFN ~~Claudia

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  12. All of your photos on your blog are beautiful. Good luck with the play.

    It is hard to believe it is winter when it is 95 degrees here!!!! Happy OW.

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  13. I am so glad you are back in blogland....I have missed your lovely posts......
    Lucky you in the wizard of oz.
    Till soon

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  14. Wow, what a dramatic difference but just as stunning. Clarice

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  15. Coty,
    Bravo! You and your family have given so much to this production. Your commitment is admriable, the costumes, so colorful and made with such care! What a gift to the school and to your community. But you know what? The best thing in the whole wide world is that....every single child has had a magical moment that they can hold on to forever. You have given each & every one of them a wonderful story to share. I know that their families thank you. We thank you also for bringing us along...down the yellow brick road!
    xo Lisa

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  16. Winter has a very special kind of beauty. It is pure and simple, and it touches your heart deeply.

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  17. Beautiful outdoor photos. That photo of the "Wizard" cast is just so colorful and pretty. What amazing costumes you created. laurie

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Your comments and emails truly make my day a very special one. Thank you for dropping by and visiting me at home in Australia, I read every single comment and I treasure each and every one. xxx Coty