Through the Lens Week 48

Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn. 
~ Benjamin Franklin


We are linked this week with these creative bloggers:





Despite Winter the fishermen head out to sea to earn their living.





'Throo da looking glass.' You guessed it ~ More Snow!





With the halo around the sun you could tell more snow was on its way.
Mother Nature has been very generous with snow on Cape Ann MA this year.






P for Plenty of Snow ~ This is what our driveway looks like still !





Little paw prints in the snowbank ~ so high it was very hard to capture.





Can you tell we have had enough of Winter?????





We are wishing you the best in each day. xo

Your posted comments are adding Springtime to our day. thanks!





I am longing for color and to be able to walk on sidewalks, through green grass and sandy beaches.

Comments

  1. Hello Carol, beautiful winter images.. I love the fishing boat scene.. I hope the snow stops soon! Have a happy WARM week ahead!

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  2. I am not a very good learner. Now I have problems with downloading my photos in the computer. The usual way I do it went wrong. The alternate way, has too many steps and I remember half the steps.

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  3. I feel your pain even though we don't have near the amount of snow you have. For our area we have had unprecedented cold to go along with our snow. Again not as bad as you have it but for SW Indiana it is bad. Praying for spring. I hope your little helper doesn't sink into a snow drift when it starts melting.

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  4. I hope the thaw starts soon for you. What courageous fishermen they are to embark upon their journeys in these weather conditions.

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  5. The snow looks beautiful but I would soon have too much of it! I hope your weather starts to warm up soon. That first photo is especially beautiful with the contrasts of blue and white.

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  6. Hola, muy bonitas fotografías, cada una en su estación, y el invierno con su manto blanco, dandonos una sensación de frío invierno,,saludos-.

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  7. I'm sure Artmuse dog is really getting tired of that cold wet stuff that Carol keeps taking him out into. I can't believe the snow you folks have posted photos of over the last few months.

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  8. Who have a lot of snow. At least the waters is not frozen so fishermen can go about their daily living.

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  9. Thank you for these benedictions



    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
    =^..^=

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  10. So much mystery in so many of these shots. And I love the haiku.

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  11. Hi! I like your first photo very much. Your Haiku is very nice . Thanks for sharing.

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  12. Lots of pretty snow! It hasn't made much news but Denver just finished its snowiest February ever, the snow is all around this year.

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  13. I do love the boats on the water despite the weather...that haiku is so fitting for many of us - including me! We're supposed to get more snow and mixed precip later Tues. into Wed. AM. You may have to get little boots for Amuseart dog :)

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  14. Hi Carol, beautiful images.
    Thanks to the fishermen for the fish I get to eat. :)

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  15. Beautiful photography! I'm happy our snow is gone, even if it's still quite cold. I've had enough of winter this year :-)

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  16. nice photos! Loving the design on the glass too

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  17. That's a great quote Carol. Yes those fishermen are brave and hardy, just to put food on our tables.

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  18. Hari OM
    After three days of spring-like weather, we got blasted with white again overnight... sigh.... Love the fishing boat and the glass! YAM xx

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  19. Lovely images there.
    Stay warm. :)

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  20. Nice shots - I work with somebody who makes those glass windows - and his hands often bear the scars!

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

    PS: one mans skate is another mans ray I think!

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  21. Snow looks wonderful of course but I'm sorry that you are having more in March. I know how it feels. There was a time when in April was still snowy and cold here at ours. I wish you warmth and sunshine in the coming days.

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  22. Such lovely white snow.....yes, I wish you could transport it west! (I'll bet you wish that could happen too)

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  23. Hope the weather improves somewhat there as you have had enough snow and winter...lovely photo of the fishing boat going out. Hard to believe that they can fish in this cold weather. We have is so easy here. It is very very warm here. No snow anymore in the winter.

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  24. Beautiful shots but I'm guessing you'll be ready for spring.

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  25. When I saw your first two photos, I realized for the first time how the title "Creative Harbor" suits you to a tee. Of course, you know that already. :-)

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  26. Beautiful pictures ! I wished spring would arrive now, I am fed up of winter !

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  27. Beautiful pictures, I love the glass one especially.

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  28. A lovely b&w photo!
    My b&w contribution: https://hanshb.wordpress.com/

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  29. you always find the best quotes to go along with your fine photos!

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  30. Very nice black and white window shot.

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  31. Yeah, old man winter is surely doing a number on us this year! Great post! THINKING SPRING! Aloha

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  32. Still so beautiful, still so cold! Love the window shot.

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  33. Also, such hard work to be a fisherman, even when it isn't that cold! Brrr.

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  34. You ha e a lot of snow!!! My dog is ready for spring too!

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  35. Lovely pictures! I can't even imagine all that snow. It was almost 80 degrees at my house today and sunny.

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  36. I like the looks of your snow, Carol. I can't see that the snowplow has ever shut your lane. Our driveway always got closed if we shoveled before the plow came. Very frustrating.
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  37. oh my Carol! that is a lot of snow! hope spring comes soon!

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  38. You're still in winter wonderland whilst here in Normandy spring has sprung.
    Wishing you sunshine and blue skies very soon.

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  39. Our snow is nothing like your snow.... if I stuck my finger in it, it might cover my fingernail! But looking forward to spring too! I really like the "looking glass" photo!

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  40. You have a lot of snow- I hope it's heading toward spring for you there. We got ice and snow last night..I'm ready for it to leave today, but not sure how much will thaw at 36 degrees. Bah humbug on Old Man Winter.

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  41. Snow, snow, go away snow! Yep...that says it all :). Stay warm!

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  42. Winter is beautiful on your pictures, but I wish you a faster spring -

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  43. Really love the design of your second image!

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  44. Did you see the 50 in the forecast?! Swoon!

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  45. Brr.... but thanks, I'll keep my T-shirt, shorts and flip-flops here in Florida!

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  46. So much snow! I know you are looking forward to spring but I am loving seeing all the snow pictures. I think the fishing boat is my favourite pic but I can't imagine having to do that job during winter.

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  47. Wonderful shots! I love your window.

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  48. Am learning more words concerning snow than I ever knew existed....You've captured the 'sastruga'...ridges of snow formed on a snowfield by the action of the wind...in one of your photos♪

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  49. My heart just breaks for all of you putting up with such a horrid winter. I do hope spring comes soon for you. I absolutely love that Franklin quote you started with today.

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  50. Love that window! and even though you are tired of the snow it still looks great on your pictures!!

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  51. Enough is enough...except when it's not?

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  52. Lovely photos.

    The quote is very thought provoking. It reminded me of another quote=====

    Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime

    Best wishes

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  53. Sending warm wishes and sunshine to you from Arizona. Spring is right around the corner.

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  54. Love the framing in the b&w shot. Lots more snow here too.

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  55. That's usually what my driveway looks like this time of year, but we've had so little snow. I wish I could take some of yours!

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  56. I know a halo around the moon is ice particles in the atmosphere. Could it be the same for the sun? Hmmmm? Or are they melllllttttting. I know A.M. Dog will be happy to see flowers and dry grass. Soon!

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  57. warm wishes and a happy weekend Carol, thanks for dropping in on me today

    much love...

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  58. goodness-your winter is over staying a long courtship! spring longs to burst forth and capture every ones hearts! stay warm friend and relish this last fling of white. you will be swimming in light and colours soon!

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  59. Beautiful series Carol… I can't believe you have still have so much snow, ours has melted quite a lot, a couple feet on the ground still and today we had flurries. Lets hope with the abundance of snow the earth will be well watered and the plants will really bloom this spring, summer and autumn.

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