Monday, 20 December 2010

The igloo

I'm finding very hard to motivate myself to enter my studio at the moment - which is aptly call the Igloo during the winter months. This is the view out of the side windows.



It certainly feels like I am in a snow cave as I'm surrounded by the white stuff!

The view from my desk is mesmerizing as the snow falls (again!)

Out the front of the house, great huge icicles are forming!


I'm not a huge fan of the white stuff - it looks lovely but I'd rather be cosy inside. Hope my little heater has warmed things up in there - am about to go and do some work!

9 comments:

BaggieAggie said...

Brrr! Very beautiful, though. :) x

Amanda said...

Wow your garden looks so pretty, but I'd pull the snow off the glass roof it can put quite a stain on the seals and glass.
But what a wonderful working space.

crafts@home said...

Lets hope it gives you some inspiration for next year! I have the same problem with my workroom in the garden!

A Thrifty Mrs said...

Yikes! That looks cold. Cold but beautiful.

All things nice... said...

Oh looks cold there with you too. It's freezing here. I woke up this morning to no water- as it is frozen and also the oil was frozen too. Got the oil sorted thank goodness as it was extremely cold, it hit -17 in places here in Ireland last night. I have a wedding to attend on Wednesday too, brrrr. Hope your keeping warm :)

All things nice...

Judith said...

Wonderful pictures!
That's the time of the year. I think it's snowing much more than other years?
Also here in The Netherlands: white landscapes.

Elle The Heiress said...

I love being cozy inside and looking at it, but I'm not a fan of having to actually go out in it. That said, I would rather take the freezing temperatures than the overwhelming summertime heat.

daisy daydreams said...

Know how you feel. My computer is in the conservatory, my heater has been on all morning, and its still cold in here, cant actually feel my feet - Santa I need new slippers. Keep warm.....x

Charlotte Hupfield Ceramics said...

Fantastic photos! I would love to work in that room, as long as its warm :)
Merry Christmas x