i am reminded...

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golden


of what a comfort a kitchen window can provide

from both the outside looking in and indoors gazing out

as well as what black and white always feels like


a moment

looking out


I enjoyed my day HERE with a guest post

a few more from the kitchen window





29 comments:

d smith kaich jones said...

there is some magic out there. i haven't posted in forever, and haven't even been reading anyone else in forever (i apologize - i will soon be back), but we both just talked about kitchen windows. i am dancing a silly little dance because that just makes me feel good!

xoxoxox

spread your wings said...

great black and whites today. it's true there is comfort at the kitchen window

Lisa RedWillow said...

Hi Elk , Im so glad you stopped in . I have been looking around . How very very intersting.
I hope you dont mind a new follower.
So Glad to meet you in Blogland.

Leslie said...

i just love your dog's face.

Kamana said...

and i enjoyed seeing you both here and over at relyn's.

Tracy said...

So much thrilled to your guest post at Relyn's Elk... I've got goosebumps. Your photos have such emotion... Love these b/w images today. Your dog has such a majestic expression. :o) Happy Day ((HUGS))

Jennifer Richardson said...

Love coming here;
just so glad that
you are:)
-Jennifer

*jean* said...

oo i love my kitchen window too...there is nothing like the little ledge where i place my sweet boy gifts and sunshine streaming in...xo...your dog is beautiful

windrock studio said...

Hey Elk, I broke into a big smile this morning as soon as your gorgeous pups face came up!
and love just hearing the words
'kitchen window'

june at noon said...

I don't have a kitchen window, so I can appreciate how nice it would be to have one! (Mine just has a large passthrough looking into the dining room, which does have a huge window.)

Marilyn said...

Lovely to peer through the kitchen window with you.

Rambling Heather said...

So beautiful! Is that a Golden? Super sweet!

Mrs. E said...

A good view out the kitchen window has been a priority since I was a kid! Doing dishes is so much more enjoyable!

I adore black and white photography, but don't do it often enough!

S. Etole said...

such peace and beauty here ... and at Relyn's ...

Jamie said...

What lovely photos!

I received my lovely piece of art last week - and as I held it in my hand I honestly felt I was holding a dream in my palm. You make our world more beautiful.

maccandace said...

Gentle and awesome. Loved your guest post, too.

margie said...

aw, love a photo of sam.

Marcie said...

These are wonderful - love the b&W. Magic - both indoors and out!

Jenny Lee Wentworth said...

This is so peaceful, a breath of fresh air...Love it♥
I enjoyed your guest post too:)
Love,
Jenny

LauraX said...

beautiful ELK...I loved the tender leaf...just magical!

Jewels said...

I am so inspired by these ELK!

beth said...

awww your furry baby posing for you....almost asking "is this my best side".....too sweet !

kelly@thebluemuse said...

and i am reminded of how much i love to come here and breathe in the peace that you always exude.
lovely.

Jill said...

Black and White does feel good, as does gazing out or in the window. I love that you took note of it.

Becca said...

Love your B&W shots, and your puppy is so sweet.

emily wierenga said...

thank you for always seeing

Relyn said...

This statue is so beautiful, she simply glows.

Char said...

gorgeous shots - i really love the portrait of your fur baby

Jeanne Klaver said...

Love the view! Great photos, as always.