Winter’s Warmth


Winter’s warmth is felt

in the orange glow of dawn’s first light

as chimney smoke rises from snow covered rooftops.


© Julie Rehnelt 2014



I couldn’t believe how orange the sunrise was the other morning.  And despite the snow and the cold temps, it gave me such a feeling of warmth.  See… winter can be warm.  😉

Have a warm and cozy weekend!



✿~Peace & Love~✿

Peace and Love 1


23 responses to “Winter’s Warmth

  1. Happy colors warm me too. More cheer from our winter cheerleader Julie! XD

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  2. I just love love love the photo!!! 🙂 It makes me feel so warm and cozy inside 🙂 It is so beautiful!! 🙂 Today you can read about the Scandinavian nisse on my granny’s garden!! 🙂 I am just saying it cause I am thinking you might like it 🙂 Here is the link:


  3. A golden photo, and poem 🙂

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  4. This is the most beautiful photo! I know it must be freezing, but looking at this makes me feel warm all over. Great one, Julie.

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    • Thanks so much, Loisajay! 🙂 It hasn’t been quite as cold, we’ve had some milder temps the past couple of days, so all that snow on the rooftops has melted now. But I’m sure there will be more to come as winter stretches on. And on and on and on… 😉
      All I want is a white Christmas. ❤


  5. I wish one could predict how a sunrise would look before it happened… there have been some mornings with the most spectacular sun rises with no reasonable explanation why it is…

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  6. That is just magical! I love winter (at least, in the beginning!!!)


  7. Beautiful! Colorful sunrises on winter mornings are such a marvelous gift. It’s awesome that you were able to capture the moment so well!


  8. I love the warm colours contrasting with the cold snow – a great shot! It’s been lovely to visit you today, Julie. Hope that you have a good week and stay warm. Much love xxxx


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