This is really fantastic!

The atmospheric effect enveloped the sun with a corona known as a Halos are a sign of thin cirrus clouds drifting feet (four miles) overhead. They form as sunlight is refracted in millions of hexagonal ice crystals.

Beautiful light through snowy trees! Reminds me of Rainbow Creek right by the old school house.

Mmm. I love the stillness in this picture. (photo by Antonio Perrone)

belleatelier: “ Rain drops inspirationlane: “ (via Winter’s Treasures~ / Beautiful-Mother Nature’s Christmas tree.

Wood socks, wine, fire, books, bliss.

Love these things about Winter: a warm fire, wool socks, a glass of mulled cider or wine and reading a good book. Add to all that a cat on your lap and a dog asleep in front of the fire and you have the definition of happiness.

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Gorgeous Macro Photographs of Dew-Soaked Dandelions. By UK photographer Sharon Johnstone. Such a perfect mix of light and water, they almost look like candy. See many more images in her macro galleries. (via daily art fixx)

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