Monday, December 03, 2007

Video: First snow and a nice fire

Yesterday, we saw our first snow of the season. (I tried to post this yesterday, but YouTube was messing with me, so I had to kill the post.)

I shot this video with our little Canon PowerShot camera. I probably should have used the real video camera (which almost never gets used). Anyhow, sorry for this being a little jumpy, but I wanted to share this anyhow. It was a nice day, so the least I can do is share a minute or so of it!

8 comments:

Patrick said...

What a great visual poem this is. Snow and trees outdoors, a wagging dog, a loved one putting away groceries, reading the newspaper by a cozy fire. It clearly was a nice day, and your artistic rendering of it was elegant. I hope this is just the first of many such days this season.

CoffeeDog said...

Nice and cozy

d. chedwick bryant said...

I just fell in love with the way Mark said "hello" in the beginning of the video. I want to start a Mark Fan Club if there isn't one already. More Mark Please!

Jess said...

Patrick: What a nice comment, and I hope this is just the first of many such days this season, too! Care to stop by and relax for a bit?

CD: Yes, it was. Wish I had time for another fire tonight!

DCB: I'm his fan club. I didn't think I really caught him at his best just then, but okay if it works for you. :)

Sooo-this-is-me said...

The fire looks like a good place to cuddle up in front of.

I thought maybe Mark was not too happy about the video, I was waiting for him to throw something! ;)

Steven

Cooper said...

Patrick said it perfectly: "a visual poem". What a lovely ambiance. I immediatly wanted to go into your kitchen and hug Marc, and then go to your livingroom and steal the holiday cooking section from your paper (you'd let me, right?), and then read it in front of the fire while petting Dodger. Oh, and you'd get a hug, too, of course.

Dantallion said...

What a warm and inviting home you've created. Thanks for sharing.

Jess said...

Steven: Eh, I think he was indifferent to the video effort.

Cooper: Thanks, and you're always welcome here.

Dan: You're always welcome here!