Thursday, September 18, 2008

Sleeping Arrangements

9 comments:

Virginia said...

Kind of an ethereal feel today. Is that mosquito netting? If so, I am surprised that you have any bugs up your way. Now down here? We walk around with a bottle of OFF in our hand.

Mrs. Snapper said...

Not too many bugs up here, but just enough to make you crazy while you're trying to sleep...that buzzing in your ear at dawn, you know? Unlike Tennessee, where there are swarms, plus tons of moths, spiders, and other UFIs, the skeeters are only bad for a month or two around dusk and dawn, but they'll still get you when you least expect it now! Better safe than up at 6am!

Barbara Rahal said...

That invite so much to have a cool nap!! Nice monochrome!

It's Time to Live... said...

You have some great images all down your blog, keep up the great work. I'll be back to visit.

Julie said...

This is so delicate, Snapper. The sheer of the netting captures the light so delightfully. The monochrome allows me to concentrate on just the light and the folds - rather than the bedding. Taa ...

Steve Buser said...

The porch sleeping thing seems really relaxing. It looks though like it is a screened in porch. If so, the mosquito netting must have been the idea of a safety engineer or maybe a space shuttle designer -- dual lines of defense.

sarah-jane said...

love the effect of the mozzie net in black and white... i live in africa and believe you me, ive needed one of those in my life! nice shot! sj

Blognote said...

We also have many mosquitos over here that buzz and sting and drive you crazy in the evening on summer evenings. This year we luckily did not have many. I have put sage basil,rosemary, time and geraniums along the borders of my terrace, which, grandmothers say, keeps mosquitos away.

Becky said...

I would LOVE that. You've made me long for a home in the woods and a back deck to do this on.