Patiently Waiting

or Waiting Patiently.

What would you title these two images?




Click on the image to see them bigger.

I'm working on a new look, kinda vintage dreamy, kinda watercolor.

What do you all think?

Linking with Tom for THE BARN COLLECTIVE
&
SUE at IMAGE-IN-ING
&
MERSAD at THROUGH MY LENS.

Wishing you all a wonderful week.

Comments

Beautiful shots. wonderful patient horses
MB
Tom said…
...both are gorgeous Felicia, my favorite is the second one with the bright yellow Byler Amish buggies. In New York State they have a brownish top, I need to head down to your neck of the woods some day to see them for myself. Thanks for sharing this week, I hope that you stop back again.
Mildred said…
Beautiful pictures. I love them both.
Beautiful picture whichever you call it. I thought from the title that you were going to say you were patiently waiting (or waiting patiently) for spring to come. But you are a better woman than that -- you are embracing Winter and making it beautiful. Good for you.
Rose said…
I love both! I cannot pick a favorite...I would title them 'Are we done yet?'
Lea said…
I like the way you have captured the light in the second photo! It really looks more like a painting than a photo.
Linda W. said…
The second photo kind of looks like a painting.
Paul said…
Love both of these pictures!

The second picture has a definite water color look to it and is just begging to be on a Christmas Card...
Marco Luijken said…
Hello Felicia,
What a great shots. It looks like a set of a western movie with snow and ice.
Fantastic.

Best regards,
Marco
eileeninmd said…
Hello, great title and photos. I love the horses. Happy 1st day of Spring. Have a great new week ahead!
Sandra said…
I have never seen yellow buggies before. I love the vintage dreamy look you are using. and I think your titles are perfect for these.
Michelle said…
I love that second photo. I am not familiar with the yellow buggies. We have plenty of Amish here, along with a strong Mennonite community.
NatureFootstep said…
I´m bad at titles. :( But I love the edit of the first image. It is wonderful. What edit software do you use?
Bill said…
Beautiful--- even better together. I do love your look.
Lovely photos. Beautiful patient horses
Daniela said…
Hi Felicia !
Thanks most sincerely for the lovely words you left on ~ My little old world ~ I heartily appreciate your visit !
Actually I'm feeling so mesmerized, yours is truly a stunning blog, I'm following you with so much joy !

Wishing you the best of weeks,
with sincere gratitude

XOXO Daniela at ~ My little old world ~ (Dany)
Klara said…
lovely images. I love the edit of the first one.
A Quiet Corner said…
Oh my, Felicia...they are just beautiful...both of them...and I think "Patiently waiting" is perfect (and by the way, your header is just AWESOME!!!)...:)JP
Christine said…
Fantastic photos & edits! I love the dreamy olde world look!
I'd love to see the yellow roof buggies & Amish of your area some day!
The Furry Gnome said…
Personally, I prefer the nice clear sharp pictures. Sorry!
So beautiful! Like moments from the past!
Birgitta said…
Like the look! Gorgeous photos!
Linda said…
Lovely, I like the look! The second one is perfect, the first is intriguing.
Lady Fi said…
Gorgeous shots! I would call them: Winter dreams.
Very pretty. Love the watercolor effect. x Karen
HWIT BLOGG said…
Just lovely pictures - love the dreamy watercolor effect! Great work!
Have a great week now...
Titti
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Sharon said…
Oooh, I love that pop of yellow. These look frameworthy!
Rhonda Albom said…
Wow. Beautiful. That touch of modern in the red sign in the upper shot seems so out of place. I think I would name them Take me Back to an Simplier Time
Brian King said…
"Patiently Freezing Our A$$es Off"? LOL! Beautiful photos! Snow is so nice for photography!
Debby Ray said…
You already know I love this :)
Andrea said…
They are both beautiful, kinda old scenes look of the past century! Anyhow, while you are still patiently waiting for spring and be a little warmer, we are already at the start of our very hot dry season, also trying to be patient for the rainy season in May. Hopefully, this now will not reach the 40Cs!
Phil Slade said…
Hi Felicia. I must say that those images are seriously beautiful, especially the soft light and colours in the second one. Even so, the first has a lovely old-fashioed feel to it.

There information below about bird ringing/banding.

http://www.nrbo.co.uk/ringing.htm
Hi Felicia,
both photos are a little bit like in the old times. Fabulous work !
Best, Synnöve
My first thought is...going back in time! Beautiful photos my friend. And thank you so much for the prayers. Sweet hugs, Diane
Laura said…
Beautiful photos Felicia!
Stewart M said…
wonderful snowy landscapes. Hope the horses hooves are not too cold!

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne