A bright, dazzling February Sunday. Almost cobalt-colored skies and a blanket of snow. Trees and sky. Four inches of "snow flurries" fell last night.
Today's sunshine was streaming into the dining room window making my cobalt glass "glow".
Several of my outside plants spend the winter here in this window. That's a persimmon tree branch outside the window.
The bottom part of this window is covered with a peel-off window film. Privacy and light.
I have collected Delft ware and blue and white plates for many years. You can see a few of my plates and a Delft wall pocket vase in this picture.
This is the window where I watch the full moon rise through the branches of the persimmon tree.
I like the face of this little cobalt-colored glass moon. When the full moon rises, it shines through the blue glass and lights this little moon's face.
Can it be long until Spring with the sun shining like it did Sunday?