Letters from a Hill Farm
I love how it's made it's own little imprint in the snow.
That is neat, Joyce. I think the snow has melted away from it a bit.Cdn reader, I'm so glad you stopped by. I have tried a few times to leave comments on your blog, but they never show up!
Simple. Lovely. Wishing you less snow though. Mine is slowly melting...
Thanks, Mari Nanci. We actually have some bare spots. The feather was deep in the woods.
Lovely!No more snow here. At least for now. :)
Beautiful feather. Any idea which bird it's from? Looks like it might be a hawk...
This is a beauty Nan. What a lucky find.
Ha! Les, it is snowing right now. :<) Cath and Lisa, I think it might be a turkey feather. We have a lot of them around.
You found a turkey feather! Good luck will come your way.
Anonymous, have you stopped by before? Not two minutes after I read your good luck comment, I talked to someone on the phone and heard some wonderful news. So thank you!
I am changing how I post your much appreciated comments. Since I began the blog, I've waited to post them until I had the opportunity to respond. Sometimes that's taken a while, so I've decided to moderate them and post them as soon as possible, and then I'll respond when I get a chance.Also, you may comment on any posts, no matter how old, and I will receive notice.