Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Something Warm


Our heating is still down, so I decided to light a few candles - I hope they warm up things a bit here...!

I added a layer of Kim's Stained Linen and two layers of KK2 and will link this up to Texture Tuesday. Do have a look there - not only are there amazing photos, I just discovered there is also a give-away today!

Now I'm off to move around a bit in my apartment - despite hot tea and layers of sweaters and blankets sitting around is not so enjoyable...!

I hope you are all good and warm!

23 comments:

Evelyn S. said...

When do you get your heat fixed???

When I saw the thumbnail of your candle in the sidebar of my blog, it reminded me of my first photo for the P52 challenge: I learned how to photograph "bokeh" with Christmas candles and lights on the tree! I do hope you get some heat soon!

Carol Blackburn said...

Oh Rosie, no heat? How much longer until it's fixed? Have you taken to sitting in the car and running the heater yet? Or snuggling with a hot water bottle? Wish you lived nearby, you'd be welcome here anytime. Warm thoughts coming your way.

Cedar said...

No heat? Oh no!

This photo is gorgeous! I love how the candle is just floating there in the darkness! The textures work really well with it, too!

Ellie said...

Oh dear, no heat - now that's not good. Hope you get it fixed soon. Temperatures are really beginning to fall now as well. Keep warm.

Jamie said...

So beautiful!
I hope your heat comes back soon - that can't be fun.

Lynn Richards said...

Nothing worse to me than being cold! Hope the heat is running soon. Your photo is lovely, you captured it so well.
Thanks so much for stopping by blueskies!
Keep warm
xo
lynn

Becca said...

Beautiful shot Rosie! Oh no, no heat? Hang in there, I hope it gets fixed soon. Sending you some Las Vegas sunshine for warmth. :-)

Nadege, said...

I love this shot. It remind me of the Christmas Carols we used to go to when the children were younger.

gina said...

So sorry to hear that you have no heat! I am amazed you can work on a computer in the cold. Your candle is lovely, and so beautifully processed. Sending you warm thoughts...

LeAnn ~ My Day In The Making said...

Oh, I feel for you! That happened to my family a few years ago and it was out for a week!!! At least it inspired this wonderful shot. I enjoyed it. ~

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

Oh, no Rosie! No heat is not good this time of year. I hope it's back on by now.

Love your photo. Seems you and I had the same idea cross our minds this week.

Happy Thanksgiving, my friend. :)

Gail Dixon (Louisiana Belle) said...

Gosh, Rosie! I hope your heat returns soon!! Love the black background of your lighted candle. Hope you are able to enjoy your Thanksgiving holiday!

firaszphotography said...

Really a warming post! Warm welcoming shot!

Yvonne said...

Ein wunderschönes Bild! Ich werde auch gleich eine Kerze anzünden!
Viele liebe Grüße
Yvonne

lisa said...

I sure hope your heat gets fixed soon Rosie!
I am sorry you are cold :-(

fotogran said...

The lovely comments should warm your heart but I hope you get some real heat soon! Nice image!

Ruth said...

you poor thing Rosie! I hope you're warm and snug...Sending you good warm wishes.

Linda R. said...

I am hoping you have heat by now my friend.. Your photo is looks gorgeous..

Hugs, Linda

justine said...

hope you are feeling a bit warmer now!

Simone said...

A bright flame certainly warms the heart!...I hope you are more careful than me, we had an electrical blackout the other day and I successfully managed to catch my hair on fire on a lit flame!!!!

Karen Dorcas, Artist said...

beautiful image and wonderful processing; flames are always hypnotic. thank you, karneinkenai (TT)

hannah said...

How subtle and serene.

Tatjana Parkacheva said...

Beautiful photo and post-processing.

Regards and best wishes

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