February 11, 2010

Softness



No, these willow catkins are not a sign of early spring, here. They're store bought - and given the cold winter we have this year they must come from elsewhere. I couldn't resist their softness. They bring back childhood memories, too. And now, my girls can't keep their little fingers from touching the soft brushes either...



For more softness, check out my Flickr photostream

8 comments:

gret said...

Fabulous images Pascale! Absolutely beautiful!

alexandra s.m. said...

Your blog, photography, style, ideas, creations are absolutely exquisite!

Thank You ~

Crafty Cripple said...

What beautiful photographs. You create such wonderful images.

cindy said...

they are gorgeous and i love set on flickr.

jane said...

they are all wonderful!

nicole/brussels said...

hoe prachtig zijn die, en je foto's idem, zou ook er niet kunnen aan weerstaan om ze eens vast te nemen en te voelen!de natuur brengt ons telkens weer iets mooi en facinerend! tijd om eens goed na te denken, vooraleer het tè laat is en we alles naar de vaantjes helpen!

Jacqui said...

Oh pussywillows, so gorgeous! We don't really see them here in NZ and I'd love my daughter to experience them, she'd go all cutesy and talk to them probably :) And who can resist stroking them I'd like to know! What are pussywillows in French out of curiosity?

BUSIR said...

I'll make your crocheted heart as soon as i can find the right coton.i wonder if you know this blog :ttp://www.passion-crochet.com/amigu10.html .I'll show one of my grand daughter's how to make the hearts garland .Y.S from Paris

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