Lisa of NorthWest Frame of Mind is running a 1 Day 1 World project over the next 24 weeks. Photos will show what is happening in different parts of the world at a particular time of day. This week the time slot for your photos is 5pm-6pm. Sounds interesting doesn’t it? Of course here it is mid-winter which will produce very different photos to those from bloggers in the northern hemisphere summer. We had just lit the fire, so the flues were open and flames were roaring as the wood caught!
30 thoughts on “1 Day 1 World: 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm”
Yes, it was close to 100 degrees Fahrenheit today now wood stove needed.
that is hot Dawn! much more pleasant here and a fire to snuggle up to if necessary 🙂
How I wish I had one of those! Looks gorgeous 🙂
it is lovely … and we cook on it, and in the little oven too … just right for slow cooking quinces for example. 🙂
Ooooh – how sweet 🙂
Oh…that looks like heaven to me!
fire is such a comfort, isn’t it?
Wow, that looks cozy! And like Dawn, it was 106 here in Northern California where I live and this would not be so cozy here today 🙂
gosh, that sort of heat is very stressful Angeline, hope a cool breeze blows from somewhere for you soon 🙂
Looks so peaceful and cozy. What a fun project.
I thought so too, not very demanding but fun and interesting 🙂 Cozy was what we needed .. almost back to good health again now!
That’s good news.
I agree… peaceful and cozy 🙂
so lovely and homey!
Your fire looks wonderful! Sharing moments from opposite seasons was one of my goals for this project and I love the discussions about how different our experiences are during the same hours of the day. Thanks for joining us!
Ah, what a beautiful design for the stove and the wood storage! I like that very much, Christine! And, there is nothing like a wood fire to warm the bones and the soul, I think. 🙂
I have a favourite childhood memory of my mother warming herself at an open fire … wood fires are so comforting 🙂
Ah, that looks peaceful 🙂 I clicked over and had a look – 1 Day 1 World is a great idea for a project 🙂
I can imagine baked apples and pears on your lovely stove!
I’m beginning a project today as well, two months of a creative journal but it doesn’t have to be done every day thank goodness 🙂
What a great idea for a series of posts. Ill be at the hairdresser at that time today 🙂
hope you take the camera!
What a lovely, cosy scene, Christine. There’s no place like home. 🙂
sigh, you are right! it must be hard for you to be leaving yours, even though you have another …
Yes, but I have the memories and the photos. No wonder I’m snapping away like crazy these days. 🙂
Such a beautiful and welcoming scene Christine! A cheerful, roaring fire is one among many things I miss from our plantation life.
I love the wood stove burning so brightly, but my eyes were first drawn to your gorgeous Buddha!
That looks like a lovely cozy corner, and I too was drawn to the Buddha! Must be a ‘Jude’ thing.