Weekend Through the Lens 44

'You need to let the little things that would ordinarily bore you, suddenly thrill you.'
~ Andy Warhol


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Black and White shot of the snow and critter prints on Cape Ann MA's freshly fallen snow.
More to come and they are running out of places to put the snow removal.





Haiku for all with prompt from Carpe Diem Kai ~ 'time machine.'
It feels like Cape Ann MA moved through time to the North Pole and no one told us.





Snow, shadows, light and critter prints christen the newly fallen snow on Cape Ann MA.





'Her' little paw prints in the snow that New England and Cape Ann Ma is covered with everywhere and reportedly more to come Sun, Mon and Tues.







We are wishing you the best in each day. xo

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Comments

  1. Critter prints.

    Critter's journey.

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  2. Awesome haiku ... really it gives me a feeling of loss, but also a feeling of timeless days in winter ...

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  3. Love your photos of tracks in the freshly fallen snow. So pretty!

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  4. The ambling critter prints in the snow are so enchanting. Clearly they don't like to go in a straight line.

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  5. Lovely serie of photos.
    A great contribution to the b&w theme!
    My post at: https://hanshb.wordpress.com/

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  6. Hari OM
    Visible briefly
    the trail of another kind
    now ever 'printed'

    YAM xx

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  7. This is exactly how my back yard looks. Have a super weekend. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  8. Love the cute critter paw prints.. I hope you and your Art Muse doggie are safe and warm with all the snow.. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. have a happy weekend!

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  9. Oh my! You seem to be getting way more than your share of snow this year!

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  10. I love those tracks! Great composition.

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  11. Lovely snow pictures, and the little tracks on the heart are so cute. Great job.

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  12. Love the critter prints in the snow! Jealous of your snow, actually. Have a great weekend. :)

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  13. I'm always fascinated about animal prints in the snow and wonder about the stories they could tell.

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  14. Wonderful series of winter shots!

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  15. Lovely shots. The footprints in b&w is an amazing contrast.

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  16. Snow can be a pain, but it makes for pretty pics!
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  17. The paw prints in the snow are so cute.

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  18. They're all lovely. I particularly like that critter trail in the snow. Have a lovely Sunday.

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  19. OMB that's a lot of snow,xx Speedy

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  20. I just love the paw prints....so adorable. Great photos.

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  21. There is something so magical I think, about bunny tracks in fresh snow.

    Hope you stay dry and warm!!!

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  22. I like pictures of animals tracks. I do it as often as I can.

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  23. Good luck with all the snow, I do like see the animal tracks and trying to determine who is visiting my yard. Rebecca

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  24. Hi Carol! Oh my, you are surrounded by lots of white stuff aren't you? I heard on the news today that Denver has 23.5 inches of snow for the season and Boston had the same amount this week! Your photos are beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. Lovely post, sweet dog, greeting from Belgium.

    http://louisette.eklablog.com/grebe-huppe-podiceps-cristatus-a114631484

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  26. Snow looks good in the black and white - hope you find the end of your endless snow soon, gorgeous as it is for those of us admiring from afar!
    Wren x

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