Through the Lens Week 44

'Hugs are the universal medicine.'
~ author unknown



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As you can see the snow is rather deep on Cape Ann ~ Even the backyard Fisherman's Statue is almost buried and can hardly be seen! More snow arriving today ~ Oh boy!
Anyone have a place in Georgia ~  maybe for next winter?





This tree on Cape Ann MA outside my window was filled with birds ~ What a treat!





Little birds ( for Alphabe L) resting in tree on Cape Ann MA in between snow storms.






She is enjoying her little 'toys' and 'Sun' which we saw one day and now it is Snowing again on Cape Ann MA and other New England areas. Enough already!





Haiku helping me to deal with the frustration of more Snow ! Fourteen inches supposedly to come on top of the twenty-two we already have on Cape Ann MA ~ What a winter! Did we move to the North Pole suddenly ~ and no one told us?



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Comments

  1. Just like here!
    Like the photos with the birds - and the little one in the sun...

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  2. I almost thought I saw a person half buried in the snow in that first shot!

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  3. Warm Hugs from England Carol, especially in the deep, deep snow.

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  4. Amazing: you having so much snow, and we almost nothing. Snow disguises everything and changes the world into a peaceful one.
    Thanks for sharing.
    Wil, ABCW Team

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  5. Since we also have small dogs, my hubby used to have to scoop out an area in the snow for them to potty....yellow snow.

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  6. I'm thinking that Art Muse Dog is very smart to take a nap! :)

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  7. Wow, you are really being dumped on with the snow.. Your poor doggie could get lost in all that snow.. I am glad she is inside warm and safe playing with her toys.. Have a happy week ahead..and hopefully a thaw!

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  8. Great winter shots. I've been thinking about you with the storm because I know it hit Nantucket where my sister and brother in law live hard and I figured it zapped you too.

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  9. Seeing that little one napping in the sunshine made me feel warm, Carol! Thanks...blustery, snowy and cold here...still...:)JP

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  10. It really looks as if you do have an overkill on that snow. Art muse dog looks so cozy though. Keep safe and warm and remember that spring is coming... soon we hope!

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  11. That's a lot of snow. I have family members who just moved to Boston, I think they're a bit shocked!

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  12. Oh my, you do need more sunshine and less snow, hope it comes soon. Have a great week.

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  13. Hari Om
    Wishing you lots of sunpuddles and (((((((((HUGS)))))))))) YAM xx

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  14. Your snow looks lovely but it can over-stay it's welcome!
    Glad to see your magic dog tucked up warm indoors......I'm sure she too is waiting for Spring.

    Best wishes,
    Ruby

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  15. I hear you about enough already, although you have been getting even more than we have. Now it's so bitter cold that everything is frozen except for the main roads. I'm ready to hibernate the rest of winter! Glad Artmuse dog is taking it all in stride :)

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  16. Hope the snow settles down and melts into sunshine soon. Your muse looks very comfy in that sunspot.

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  17. They sure love the sunshine! Our cats are grumpy that they can't get out!

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  18. I see that you have also much snow as we in Germany! Look here
    Nice photos oft the tree with the birds.
    Your dog is so cute ♥
    Greetings from germany

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  19. What a winter you are having there in Massachusetts, Carol. I heard some areas have had record breaking snowfalls. I think Art Muse dog was dreaming about Spring!

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  20. I'm hoping that you can stay home and play like Art Muse Dog, that is one (or two) serious dump of snow... I would be going up the walls or certainly bouncing along the branches!
    Keep warm and hoping to see the toes of your fisherman soon!
    Wren x

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  21. I heard birds here and despite all the snow, I will hold out hope for spring! Eventually--I am enjoying the snow sometimes!

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  22. Goodness, me -- so much snow!!! Stay warm!

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  23. A great b&w photo, well done!
    My b&w post at: https://hanshb.wordpress.com/

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  24. I like the first birds shot-the way the silhouette is so clear. And ArtMuse dof in the sunshine is so sweet.

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  25. Wish there was a way we could bring some of your snow to our side of the continent. They've been saying we'll have rain tomorrow. I truly hope so.

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  26. All that snow! I cannot even imagine!! Beautiful though.

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  27. You can send some of that snow out here! We need the water...

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  28. You guys certainly have had more than your fair share of snow this winter. Stay safe.

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  29. Liking those snow pictures, Carol. Snow is very pretty if you don't have to be out in it for very long. Art is liking her sunshine, making the most of it for sure.
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  30. I hope the snow eases up for you soon. With all our devastating fires across our south west state at the moment we could really do with some rain! I am glad that the "art muse dog" found a patch of sun warmth. Have a lovely weekend ahead and thank you for stopping by my blog today.

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  31. I'm a pretty happy camper that I'm not getting that snow - it's been pretty but I grew up in Chicago and I don't miss it. Texas isn't bad this time of year, you could split your time between here and Georgia! :) ....and lovely Haiku.

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  32. I could use a hug right about now...love your photos and thoughts today.

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  33. A nap in the sun with her toy. Dear!

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  34. What a nice picture with all these little birds in the trees !

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  35. Love the birdies on the winter branches! It must be so nice to have them right outside your window. We have a bunch in our front bushes....which are now so snow covered I don't know how they get in and out....I think it's like a bird igloo in there!

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  36. I'm with the dog...on the floor in the sun.

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  37. A stuck weather pattern is no fun. Ugh. Looks like you and your muse puppy are enjoying the indoor warmth.

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  38. Chicagoland is sunny today but we have 18 inches on the ground...too cold for me to walk in but I do take photos from my car♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/lone-pod/

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  39. Look at all that glorious snow. I can't imagine!

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  40. That's a lot of snow! Hope you can move about a bit now.

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  41. That's a lot of snow! Keep safe!

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  42. Wonderful wintery photos. We were hit pretty hard in Chicago with this last storm, but clearly you've got us beat. Wishing you warm fun things to do, and an exceptionally beautiful Spring to compensate.

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  43. So glad your dog got some sun! Have a lovely weekend!

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  44. Indeed a topsy turvy world! I hope you are doing great Carol.

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  45. I don't envy you your weather patterns! (It's supposed to be 85 degrees here in the desert today.)

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  46. sending you armfuls of warm sunshine to rest in and more birds singing in your trees!

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  47. I was mesmerized by your black and white photos and then awoke with that pop of color with your sweet little muse! We are either in a severe drought, or at this very moment in buckets of rain... I like your invitation to dance with these ever changing patterns that sometime appear stuck... stay cozy this weekend!

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  48. Great world you live in - dog is as cute as can be and I love the shot of the tree with the birds.

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  49. Oh my. It's been in the high 60's here and I thought it was cold. What do I know? For next winter, I have a spare bedroom. Not Georgia, but Florida near the beach. BUT you have to promise to bring Art Must Dog. :) Good weather haiku.

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  50. Topsy turvy, indeed. And, it looks like the birdbath is closed for the season.

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  51. Those little snow birds are a delight.

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  52. beautiful pictures. nice haiku. weather shall change too.

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  53. beautiful photos… I understand the whole snow thing is very frustrating for a lot of folks. I guess I'm odd, I really love it when we have a good snowy New England winter, I'd missed it the last couple of years. It is just starting to fall here this evening, a light dusting judging from the weather poodle who just came in for doing her business. Stay warm Carol.

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  54. Я в захваті від вашого песика! Чудовий

    xoxo, Juliana | PJ’ Happies :)

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  55. Carol, I know that Massachusetts is definitely getting an abundance of snow this year! My brother and sil live in a coastal town near New Bedford and they have never seen as much snow! Hopefully Spring will arrive early this year. Your little valentine is the cutest!

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