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3/9/15

Through the Lens Week 49

'Love doesn't just sit there, like a stone, it has to be made, like bread, remade all the time, made new.'
~ Ursula K LeGuin





Color I was seeking color amongst all the white ~ Also to give you an idea of the
height of 'snow banks' around here. I think world has turned upside down!





Do you see the two shapes of 'critters' nose to nose in the suet? It was a delight to see!
Simple pleasures for me.





How pretty our Cape Ann MA sky can be when there is not a snow storm blowin in yet again.





'Q' ~  Quick, get your camera' ~ Artmusedog was barking at me to 'pay attention'
something was in 'her territory' and she let me know of the beautiful doves
resting in the rare sunshine of late.





'Little Woodie' eyeing suet in between all the snow storms on Cape Ann MA





Had to remind myself what Spring looked like on Cape Ann MA ~ More snow predicted
this weekend ~ Can you believe it?????







We are wishing you'sun shine, lollipops and roses' each day. xo

Your posted comments add happiness to our day. thanks!




58 comments:

  1. Those snowbanks look like far too much snow lying around to me! Beautiful color in the sky over the water. Your little dog is very smart. Have a good week.

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  2. Wonderful photos but I hope it starts to warm up for you soon.

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  3. Beautiful, snowy captures, but oh, it does look SO cold!!! Hope you get a break soon!! Stay warm and enjoy the beauty!!

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  4. Hi Carol, I like the quote about love and bread … never thought to equate the two before. Thanks for stopping by. I frame some of my photos slightly with a soft edge option in my ancient adobe program. :)

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  5. You do have a lot of snow and here I am giddy with the small amount we got a few weeks back on the mountains. Hope you have a lovely week.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  6. Thank you for sharing such sunshine, vistas, and animal pals!


    ALOHA from Honolulu
    ComfortSpiral
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  7. Wow, that is too much snow! Lovely sky shot. I do see critter shapes in the suet. Love the woodie and dove.. Wonderful photos, have a happy week!

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  8. Our snow banks (Minnesota) melted the last couple days and we got a little taste of spring. Sure hope you get some spring soon!

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  9. Almost like 4 seasons in one viewing, but definitely a winter cool air feels. Spring is round the corner.

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  10. Hari OM
    The end must surely be in sight....? Meanwhile, nice shades of white. YAM xx

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  11. As always your pictures are so lovely :)
    Have a happy new week :)

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  12. we have crazies playing with their lives on rail way crossings. Yesday, we have them hanging to the back of our suburban trains.

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  13. I am wishing you a break in the weather.... Too bad you can't send some of that snow to alaska where they want it!

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  14. I love the red light aglow in black and white. Don't know what those critters are.

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  15. Love your little Woodie, Carol....and I'm a big fan of trains.

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  16. Wonderful winter shots. That is lot of snow.

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  17. Such a lovely area you and Artmuse Dog live in. You've still got a lot of snow - most of ours has melted in the last few days of warm, high-altitude sunshine.

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  18. I love the quote on love and your ending poem. I always for doves. My what a winter you are having!

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  19. Beautiful winter photos! Soon is spring here :)

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  20. Lovely with so much snow and a great quote.

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  21. The colours are beautiful but you must be longing for warm breezes.
    Birds appear to be making the most of what's on offer.....
    Interesting capture of suet critters!

    Enjoy your week Carol,
    Ruby

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  22. Hi! The second photo is very cute. It looks two squirrels face nose to nose. Your Haiku is very lovely. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. more snow....you poor things!! I think we're supposed to be getting just some rain. I love how you are able to capture the birds so beautifully. I have such a hard time because as soon as I open my back door(as quietly as I can) they fly off. I love hearing the cooing of the mourning doves in the morning now that Spring is approaching-albeit very slowly.

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  24. Beautiful shots. By the way, I have noticed the thickness of snow.

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  25. Great shots of the birds and snow scenes. You have had an incredible amount of snow.

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  26. The only good thing about a March snow, at least here, is that it doesn't last as long as snow during colder months. I hope your area goes into the great Thaw/mud season soon.

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  27. Great b&w contribution!
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  28. I see critters yes indeed . Wonderful other pictures.
    Thank you for dropping in to my blogs and commenting.
    Trying to catch up.

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  29. More snow??!!! I've stopped paying attention!! Love the silhouetted critters, and the pretty black and white bird waiting patiently to feed!

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  30. :) Your were 'quick', Carol. Good thing that Art (do you call her Artie?) was alert and not sleeping in the sun too.
    The pictures are especially pretty today, I like the color you found for your snow picture. The blue street sign and the tired old red of the building are my favorites. Our TV said that you might get a little more snow soon.
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  31. Your snow banksare truly quite high there! How good of Art Muse Dog to alert you to photo ops!

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  32. Nice pictures! We had snow but not that much!

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  33. That fluffy little woodie is a cutie! Love the doves -- there are many in our yard and the outside kitties enjoy thinking they can capture one!

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  34. Quickly melt away and fill a river far far away I say! I am tired of the snow also but we have not had quite as much as you have had. Your photos are lovely and those birds are brave. Have a nice weekend and always my pleasure to visit here. Thank you.

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  35. Such a great series of shots. The snow sure looks quite high--I guess it will take a while to melt.

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  36. I love the first quote so much I'm posting it on my social media. :P
    Thanks for sharing!

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  37. Wowza, that much snow!! Since we don't ever get snow here, my kids think you guys are so lucky to have that much.

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  38. Our snow is receding nicely...quite squishy around here actually...lovely post♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/plane-views/

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  39. It's been so deceiving lately with the sun but all the snow still!

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  40. Your pictures are nice, but now I have enough of snow, lol ! I am longing for spring !

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  41. The woodpecker is adorable. Hope you are thawing out and heading into spring soon!

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  42. Love that shot of the snow with the splash of color. Nice images of the birds.

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  43. Lovely shots. The snow is just amazing! I hope the end is in sight for you...

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  44. Are you really having more snow this weekend??? You have really been hit hard this winter. However, your pictures are so pretty with the snow. I'm sure you're tired of it by now. Hang in there. Spring is coming.

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  45. lovely pictures! wishing you a beautiful weekend (+some sunshine)!

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  46. Eeeckk... it looks like it is very cold over in your part of the world! I am happy to be in the Netherlands now, where the sun shines and it is rather a 'Spring' day with temperatures around 10 degrees celcius... but I DO love your beautiful pictures! Hope Spring will be around at your place soon. Love from Holland, Marit

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  47. UGO, Art Muse Dog. Keep her on her toes when there is a camera shot pending. Nice one!

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  48. Snow on the way? You have more snow on the way? Oh, you poor, poor dear!

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    1. New England is stuck in a snow weather loop ~ yes a bit this weekend along with rain ~ Hope the rain wins out! xo

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  49. We Massachusetts folk really got clobbered this winter. Keep thinking "Spring"!

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  50. Oh no more snow for you? Keep warm dear friends.

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  51. Oh Carol, you really, really, REALLY deserve some spring time temps so all that snow can melt away… we have about a foot left on the ground, mixed winter weather predicted for tomorrow. Please little birds, keep beckoning spring… we are ready!

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  52. I don't know which I'd prefer -- too much snow or the serious drought we're going through right now. Neither! Hope it's not too big of a snow storm.
    The View from the Top of the Ladder

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  53. Nice to see there are glimpses of Spring in your world. It's been a long harsh Winter for you again.

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  54. seriously? more snow!!! sending you the warmest hug and radiant sunshine!

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Thanks for your wonderful comments and support ~ Will always comment back ~ Namaste, Carol


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