Thursday, December 3, 2009

Notice What You Notice


"Notice what you notice" is something a good friend often says when speaking to groups. I like the thought and have decided from time to time I will share with you things I have noticed.

This week I have noticed:

Mushrooms growing at the Christmas tree farm, so beautiful.
The car behind me this morning at a stop light had a woman that was smiling. When I looked in the drivers seat it was full of beautiful poinsettias, they just filled that whole side of the car.
And the full moon the past two nights has been spectacular. Have you seen it? Again the beauty just takes my breathe away.

What have you noticed?

10 comments:

Dyan said...

I thought I was the only one who noticed mushrooms! This is so sweet and lovely.

Annie said...

The moon has been spectacular. A car full of poinsettias would make anyone smile. I need to start looking out out of my rear view mirror more. :-)

Mark said...

Just my backyard and what that has to offer. I take it for granted most of the time.

parTea lady said...

That is a great photo of the mushrooms - what pretty coloring they have. You are taking "stop and smell the roses" to a whole new level. ;-) I'll need to make an effort to start noticing more.

Gayle @ Mountain Moma said...

Beautiful white frost covering the grass, trees, and shrubs. I like that saying, and will notice what I notice!

Caroline said...

I am looking at the moon right now...not as full as last night...but glowing orange. It's beautiful!

Jeanne said...

Beautiful and lovely is all that you share
Thanks for your visits and kind words
Love Jeanne♥

beth said...

I really notice what I notice now that I'm a photographer...everything looks different to me now :)

SweetAnnee said...

Oh they are awesome..
I noticed a Praying Mantis on my
window screen yesterday..and today
he is laying on the window ledge..(dead)
ah poor guy probably froze.

Rosemary said...

I finally found the time to notice this post! It's wonderful what a 'snow day' will allow you to discover.
Nancy