Saturday, January 9, 2010


Even angels need a bit of fun; a moment’s respite; a return to childhood. Letting go of her responsibilities for just an instant, she flies down, letting her wings rest briefly in the light January snow. A laugh, bell-like; no, more like chimes, spills out into the wind. Then, as swiftly as she arrived, she’s gone. Only the snow angel remains - and that only ‘til the wind or sun or next snowfall makes us wonder, was she ever really there...


dancingmorganmouse said...

One day, one day! I'm going to make a snow angle. I can't wait.

Anonymous said...

looks like a crop circle


extraterrestial celestial beings???

Roo said...

No disrespect but how long did it take you to get back up out of the snow ;o) I did one a few years back and we laughed like drains as I repeatedly fell over, and then one by one pulled everyone else over... being frowned upon by my guardian angel all the while

Pink Granite said...

Hi All -
I haven't made a snow angel myself in years, but I remember it as good fun. Roo's right though about the challenge of getting up without ruining the effect you've just created! As for crop circles, there's no way to get a sense of the true scale from the photo, but this snow angel must have been made by a child. It was quite small and the brisk winds were already beginning to fill the edges in with the fluffy snow.
- Lee

Sue said...

That's SO the kind of thing I'd do if I lived where it snowed!! Wonder if it'd work in the sand on the beach??

Pink Granite said...

Hi Sue -
You and Jake should head to the beach, give it a whirl and report back! Sunny beach photos will be most appreciated here in the Northern Hemisphere!
- Lee