All posts tagged: winter

Lone Leaf – prikcab (Ian Perlman)

Originally posted on Go Dog Go Café:
? this cold bright morning has me following a lone leaf with crisped edges  scratching the pavement as it tumbles down the street ? has it lost its way  as autumn is chased away by winter’s winds I hope it finds a settling place and warmth in togetherness ? 11.30.19 (irp) #loneleaf #lookinginyourwindow Read more of prikcab (Ian Perlman) at ?

Winter Horrors

I love horror movies set in winter. In some of the best, the winter weather can act as a second antagonist, trapping the hero of the movie. In others, it offers up gorgeous cinematography to serve as a poetic back drop for the story to unfold in. Below are some of my favorites, I’d love to hear about yours. Misery The Thing The Shining 30 Days of Night Let the Right One In Give Back: If you are looking for a way to donate or volunteer during Black History Month, Give Lively has a list of top rated charities serving local communities to consider. Read: All of the movies mentioned above were originally books, with the exception of 30 Days of Night, which is a comic book series. See: Wednesday, February 6– Look low in the west-southwest sky about an hour after sunset and you’ll see a thin crescent moon smiling just above the horizon. Watch: February 9th- If your looking for some counter programming to the wave of romance themed TV and movies rolling …