Saturday, December 18, 2010

Photos From Home

In and around the house after last week's snow dusting.  Photos by my extremely talented husband and photographer Jim Mayfield.








Hopes for a lovely weekend, and a very happy holiday season!
xo
dulcy

13 comments:

Nancy said...

Dulcy, these are absolutely wonderful pictures....I love the way he captured the light in each one......
Merry Christmas to you and your family.....

Hugs

summersundays-jw said...

That Jim does know how to take a great picture. Beautiful. Jan

Kim said...

Beautiful photos Dulcy. I hope your family has a wonderful holiday.
Cheers, Kim

Kathryn Glover said...

I love your little home!

Tina Eudora said...

I really love the photos of the summer chairs with the dusting of snow, very evocative!
Have a happy Sunday Dulcy...
Tina xo

Ragamuffin Gal said...

Love the photos of your charming home Dulcy, especially the one with the snow. Hope you are enjoying the season and I will visit with you soon. Sending my love your way ~ me

Jennifer Richardson said...

Delicious photos, dulcy!
Merry Christmas love and hugs,
Jennifer

Sweet Repose-Junk Revival said...

What a cozy lil cabin surrounded by Nature, what a peaceful setting it must be for your artwork. Your pencil sketch of your cat is simply wonderful, as with taxidermy, setting the eyes in a natural position is critical to the overall look and you have done them masterfully, keep up the good work...I'm still waiting for the inspiration to sit and paint. I know all it will take is me forcing myself to sit and do it, that always starts the juices flowing, then I go on a painting, pencil sketchin' streak...soon I hope!

Have a wonderful holiday this coming week, pray for peace and good will in the New Year!

sharon

Relyn said...

It's Christmas evening and we are having a lull while we prepare Christmas dinner. I wanted to stop by and wish you the merriest of Christmases. May you and Jim enjoy laughter, love and peace. May you feel all the love that we feel for you. May you truly know you are blessed. Sending you much love! ~ Relyn

Kathryn Glover said...

Dulcy, I know it can be difficult to create when you are playing hostess to a house of relatives and being sick all the while. Time to doodle. Just a few minutes while in bed before falling off to sleep may produce awful scribble or profound words and visions. I even find it fun to reread my "sketches" a few weeks later. Noting just how I was feeling physically at the time including family pressures and obligations can put a more compassionate spin on my memory. Merry Holidays!

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

Dulcy these photos are really beautiful. How gifted your sweet hubby is to be able to capture these shots.
Sorry I have not been over in a while. Been thinking of u often though.
I love my Christmas card. It is so beautiful.
Tonight I added a page to the top of my site for gifted artist like yourself that sell their pieces. I hope you don't mind. If you want me to take your site off I can
Love
Maggie

Grandma Yellow Hair said...

I forgot to wish you a very Happy New Year
Love
Maggie

Relyn said...

You have such an enchanted cottage. I think it's my favorite house of any I've ever seen. I love it. It holds so much love and talent and passion and creativity.