Dec 16, 2015

Tree Fairy


the tiny tree won her heart
cloaked in fresh winter snow

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today we got 4 more inches of snow
a true winter wonderland 

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23 comments:

  1. The picture is so darling. And your home takes my breath away, how I wish I lived there! No wonder you create such art, living as you do in the middle of beautiful natural art. (But I hope you are staying warm!)

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    1. Thank you for your lovely message Sarah. I love my home too, a dream come true. Where i live sure does seem to inspire my arts. yes, winter is about staying warm, the wood stove and layers of clothing. I love it.

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  2. Oh, you DO have a winter wonderland! Is this your cabin? It is simply beautiful -- how amazing to walk out that door each day and see such a stunning collection of beauty -- trees and animals. As Sarah said, no wonder you create such art!

    That photo is a Christmas card in itself, simply striking!

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    1. hello Jeanie,

      yes the wee cabin is home sweet home.
      i do love living here. quite wild and wonderful.

      thank you for your lovely message. Merry Christmas to you!

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  3. The snow fairy has been busy this week! Love the tiny tree, and your tree fairy.

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    1. yes, we have had a couple snow falls this week, more than the photo shows now. Thank you for loving the tiny tree and fairy.

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  4. Love your drawings Tammie, they're so poetic. It's lovely to see the snow too! I don't think we're likely to get any this year, it's not cold at all yet. xx

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    1. i wonder what your winter will offer you as it unfolds.

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  5. Each of your paintings has a wonderful story.
    What a marvellous happy and thoughtful book they would make - your words on the left and your paintings on the right.
    This is so precious - the tiny tree in snow - and I love her blue hair style.

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    1. I like your suggestion of a book, thank you for sharing that. somehow blue hair felt like winter to me.

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  6. Greeting Tammie Lee,
    I have been off line for awhile.. I am sure I have missed so many of your beautiful paintings, but this one I believe is my favorite.
    Just gorgeous! And your photos of your beautiful cabin in the snow... Yes, a true winter wonderland.
    Wishing you a joyful Christmas season.
    fondly,
    Penny

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    1. thank you Penny, so lovely of you to drop by when you are not busy blogging.

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  7. this is lovely, perfect for a christmas card.

    no snow here in nyc but lots of rain though.

    hope you're enjoying the day.

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    1. so you have a rainy winter so far.
      that would feel like autumn for this area, or spring.

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  8. Ha Tammie, prachtig deze ijs danseres,past bij dit sprookje.
    Een huisje als in een sprookje wonder mooi!! zo als jij woond Tammie.
    Bij ons was het vandaag een lente temperatuur van 15 graden,en dat in de winter.
    Groetjes Christiene.

    Ha Tammie, this wonderful ijsdanseres, fits this story.
    A house in a fairytale wonderful !! as if you resided Tammie.
    With us today was a spring temperature of 15 degrees, and in winter.
    Greetings Christiene.

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  9. Gorgeous! Your snow photo could be a page from a fairytale.

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    1. it does feel a bit like a fairy tale including the critters in the woods.

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  10. This is a lovely picture. She is so delicate but I do worry about her toes being frost bitten. The star is very pretty. Weather here is damp and grey not very seasonal so your photo is a great Winter scene. Hope you are well.

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    1. I thought about her toes too, thanks for making me smile mentioning that.
      I have been hearing many people saying their weather is warmer than usual. Makes me curious about how this winter will turn out.

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  11. Such a sweet fairy .... Can't believe how much snow you have already!

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  12. What an incredible place to live in! I love your very interesting art and subject matter--like the girl hugging rocks. There is a distinct fragility and sweetness in your art. Keep it up! :)

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  13. Haha, I was just showing your art to my wife, Alexandra, and she said, "I know her! I;ve followed her for ages. She has the biggest heart!" Awww...that is so awesome! :D

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  14. I've been reading your posts and marveling at your amazing art! I love the fairies. And your home is beautiful...what a winter wonderland! Happy New year! Hugs, Diane

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So lovely of you to drop by! I love hearing from you~