A ShutterBug Explores ~ Our World Tuesday


'To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier
state of mind than to be hopelessly in love with spring.'
~ George Santayana





Snow and Ice ~ on Cape Ann MA ~ 
Worse than a lot of snow ~ hard to deal with layers of
heavy wet snow then layer of ice on top. Then temps dropped
into the single digits ~ Fun! 


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'artmusedog' aka zoe


'carol'

Comments

  1. Looks beautiful but take care.

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  2. Lovely shot! Very very cold here too with lots of slippery ice.

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  3. Hello, the snow and ice under the single digits temps is dangerous. Stay warm and safe. The winter scene and view is pretty. Enjoy your day, have a great new week ahead!

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  4. Great photo of your very cold landscape. It looks beautiful but I would not like to have to walk over it.

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  5. I would not like this to live there, but gorgeous from photo.

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  6. Ouch, snow I can deal with. Ice just defeats me. I love the quote. I love all the seasons and try and get outside as much as I can. Winter is cold of course, but all the snakes and bugs are not active. Plus the forest in winter is gorgeous.

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  7. Hari OM
    Yeah, it's fine if you only have to photograph it! YAM xx

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  8. Thank goodness you can stay inside with your little lap warmer. It is cold here too. This too shall pass as they say.

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  9. Here in Reading, PA we have not had that much snow. Thank goodness for that! However, it's been darn cold & windy for 2 day's now. Temp's have been down below 20 F with wind chills in the single digits. Cold weather and me don't get along too well. Don't go out in it that much. Can't take my Nikon out for a stroll because I'd probably freeze! Stay warm up there!

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  10. It looks pretty, it sounds treacherous!

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  11. Yep, to be hopelessly in love with spring would be a state of disappointment for three seasons out of the year! But hold on, spring will come!

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  12. Carol,

    It makes for a beautiful landscape but tricky to be out in. Stay indoors where it's safe and warm!

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  13. Aonderful photo! Snow makes the world so pretty, although only at pictures...
    Greetings from Germany and belated my best wishes for this year

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  14. Too cold for me. I'd be indoors for months. Well at least until spring showed up.

    Have a fabulous day, Carol. Big hug to you and tons of scritches and lovies to Ms. Zoe. ♥

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  15. It's icy where we live in Northern Idaho. We felines just want to stay by the fire until it all goes away!
    Purrs & Head Bonks,
    Oliver

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  16. That's a great view and composition. I hear ya, after the freezing rain today was followed by snow I refused to leave the house. Slipping and fall on my butt just isn't as much fun as it used to be.

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  17. We've had some cold weather in Northwest Arkansas but only a dusting of snow and a little sleet, just to make driving interesting. I am no longer of fan of long, cold winters with snow measured in feet. Nope, not me.

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  18. It looks cold but beautiful too.
    Love this photograph.

    Keep warm :)

    All the best Jan

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  19. I positively ADORE that quote! I could never live someplace where there weren't 4 seasons. I love the changing of the seasons and that quote is fabulous!

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