A ShutterBug Explores ~ Our World Tuesday


'It is only with the heart that one can see rightly.
What is essential is invisible to the eye.'
~ Antoine de Saint Exupery




Wintry days on Cape Ann MA.
It is 'our world' in New England

We are linking with: Our World Tuesday.


We love your comments, thanks, ^_^



'artmusedog' aka zoe


'carol'

Comments

  1. I've missed seeing everyone's posts - had three power outages with last storm - last one was a long one. beautiful photo!

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  2. A gray winter day - it looks like that in Michigan in the winter. One reason I live in Florida!

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  3. Very pretty photo and a beautiful quote!

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  4. GREAT photo of a beautiful sky. My dad called that a "buttermilk sky." He sometimes sang a song about it: "Ol' buttermilk sky, I've got my eye peeled on you...."

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  5. That quote is my most favorite one of all. I have that memorized since I was 18. Happy and healthy new year to you and yours.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  6. Loved the view.
    Happy New Year 2020.

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  7. Hello, you have a beautiful view! I wish you all the best in 2020, a Happy & Healthy New Year!

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  8. Thank you for reading my blog and posting comments. I like your message in your post this week about 'Our Worlds' . Our Worlds are all so different but we share an appreciation of our differences.

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  9. This looks very contemplative and wintery. Winter is descending upon our area finally. The wind has blown for two days now and pushed in cold weather. Stay warm and cozy. Big hugs.

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  10. What a spectacular view!
    Also looks very cold :-) Stay warm and happy New Year!

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  11. Brrrrr! But so beautiful! Have a wonderful and Happy New Year!

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  12. We were supposed to get a dusting of snow this week but it has turned to heavy rain in the forecast. Happy New Years. - Margy

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  13. Carol - it is the wintry days that help us appreciate the other seasons! Happy New Year to you!

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  14. It looks beautiful and yet a bit stark.

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