Sunday, February 21, 2010

Big Red - Grand Haven, Michigan

I'm joining Mary at Little Red House for Mosaic Monday. 

It has been warmer the last three days - snow is melting, ice melting and sun shining upon us.  The weather forecast for tonight is typical of winter - 8 to 10 inches predicted.  Guess it's to be expected (we are not that far from spring!).  These photos were taken a week or so ago at one of my favorite winter spots.  There is such beauty in nature!

29 comments:

Dishesdone said...

Beautiful! I love the snow. Maybe not 8-10 inches :) but it's so pretty!

Ebie said...

I do not really quite love the snow (brrr) but this is a cool mosaic. The red colored light house is beautiful!

Dragonfly Treasure said...

WOW! The red litehouse against the white snow is beautiful
*hugs*deb

LDH said...

Stopping by for the first time from Mosaic Monday ~ very nice wintry Mosaic! I am one who enjoys the snow :) Nice visiting with you!

Kindly, ldh

Lenore said...

Love your mosaic but it looks VERY cold.....the red lighthouse really stands out in the snow.

BailiwickStudio said...

I do love snow scenes, maybe because I live where there's not much snow! The red lighthouse is beautiful! ::Jill

Lavender Cottage said...

Lovely icy, wintry mosaic. Great contrast with the red lighthouse.

Jeanne said...

Oh I love it! To be that close to the water would be heaven to me cold and all. Thanks for sharing these.

Mary said...

Wow, look at that ice! Very beautiful images -- thanks for sharing at MM. :)

Connie said...

Oooooh I love the red against the stark white, honey. Just a beautiful mosaic.
xoxo,
Connie

kim said...

I love those photos with the ice on the bridge structures. Would love to see that in person. Thanks for sharing.

Sherry said...

That looks cold. Thanks for sharing, nice photos.

Sherry said...

That looks cold. Thanks for sharing, nice photos.

Melissa Miller said...

~WOW! Brrr...How cold it looks and and so beautiful at the same time.

Thank you for coming by and your kindness. It was nice to see a sweet comment from you my friend.

Many blessings to you and yours.
~Melissa :)

Claudia@DipityRoad said...

These are such cool shot!

Im jealous -- we have mainly only recieved snow in the mountains and I love snow scenes the BEST~!

I would love for you to stop by if you have a moment.

Thanks
Claudia

jaydubblah said...

Hi I am a new girl and really going to enjoy Mosaic Monday each week. Love your photos

Snap said...

Great shots. Love the contrast of the red on the white. I do love lighthouses ... so romantic! And the arches and the snow. Wonderful! I can see why it's one of your favorite places.

Cindy @ Chalk it Up! said...

Beautiful wintery shots! Spring is just around the corner:)

Meri said...

The pops of red and blue in the upper left and lower right are marvelous against the grays and whites.

terry said...

Oh beautiful snow photos.
Hope you have a warm week.
Blessings,
Sherry

Ingmarie We said...

Lovely collage. I am very fascinated by lighthouses....

colorchic said...

Beautiful! We haven't seen snow like that all winter... I'm a bit jealous!

Low Tide High Style said...

Your photos are truly stunning! I love the stark contrast of the white snow and ice against the red!

Kat :)

GardenofDaisies said...

OH brrrr. that looks soooo cold!

gail@myrepurposedlife.blogspot.com said...

Beautiful pictures!
Thanks for visiting my blog and commenting on the "be" blocks. Also, thanks for the early bd wishes.
I just got an e-mail with pics from my cousin who lives near ann arbor...showing his snow! We don't currently have snow, but it's cold and I want Spring... NOW.
gail

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Teresa

deb did it said...

gorgeous photos! As much as I hate cold weather, as I live in Texas, these shots really warm my heart....BRAVO!!

Aunt Amelia's Attic said...

No new posts... You didn't get snowed in, did you? :-)

Marla at Always Nesting said...

Awesome photos. I can feel the cold.