21 February 2017

Late winter

Late winter came in rust colour.
Silent blues sifts in the dusk.
The steps remained here since the fall.
Wanderers left them for us.

















Télutó

rozsdaszínű idén a télutó
csöndes félelem szitál a ködbe
őszről maradtak  még itt a léptek
vándorok hagyták nekünk örökbe

























































Shared with: Wednesday Around the World

14 comments:

  1. Now I know what you meant with having your own 'wolf' in the garden! :)
    Such a handsome dog... and lovely photos.
    The colours are very beautiful and the photos make a great series. So you already can find willow catkins? I hope to see them too, perhaps next month. They look pretty and are appreciated as a decoration for Easter.
    Thank you for the lovely post, Edit! Big hugs! <3

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    1. Thank you for your kind words, dear Sara! Our 'wolf's' name is Tappancs (Paw). His mother was a German shepherd, and his father was a Caucasian shepherd dog. He is already ten years old, but he likes playing with his favourite 'ball' like a puppy. I love willow catkins. They bring lots of lovely memories to my mind from my childhood, when we roved the countryside looking for the first willow catkins, with my grandparents or with my daddy. Now, in the garden, the almond tree buds are starting to swell. I'm looking forward to the trees bursting into blossom. :-)
      Have a happy Wednesday! Hugs to you!

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  2. your photos relate to your lovely words so beautifully!!!
    this lovely pet is very charming ,hope winter brings joy to your precious world dear!

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    1. Thank you for your lovely words! :)

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  3. What a great blog here hiding in the depths of the Internet. I was lucky when I found this. I noticed that you are in Hungary. We Finns think that you are a relative of us Finns, far away from the past. - Beautiful pictures, whose color scheme is a special occasion. I like these. - How can I begin to follow your blog?

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    1. Oh, you are so kind! We Hungarians think as well, that we are related. :) You can follow my blog at the bottom of the page.
      Have a beautiful Friday, and a great weekend!

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  4. Hello, you have a beautiful collection of pictures! And beautiful and lovely dog. I like pictures of him.

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    1. Thank you so much, Klara!
      Have a lovely week!

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  5. Your photos are really beautiful, Edit! Thank you so much for sharing, and I hope you have a wonderful week! :)

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    1. Thank you so much, dear Linda!
      Have a beautiful week! :)

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  6. Lovely poem and photos ~ You are welcome to join and link up a poem for us at D'verse ~ Please check our schedule for prompts and OpenLinkNight ~ Thanks for your visit.

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