A ShutterBug Explores ~ Wordless Wednesday

Winter in New England

We are sharing with Sandee's Wordless Wednesday.


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    'Carol'





    Angel ~ my rescue  yorkie ~ love her ~ Xox




    'Zoe' in memoriam ~ Xox~ love her still.

 

Comments

  1. Carol,

    The winter landscape in New England is beautiful to admire from a far and part of me would love to spend time there but for the most part I prefer my east Tennessee climate year round. Stay warm and be well!

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  2. Looks mighty cold. We're warming up here and I'm glad about that. I'm so ready to go boating again.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday, Carol. Big hug to you and lots of scritches to Angel. ♥

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  3. It does look a bit cold...okay, maybe a lot cold, but pretty!

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  4. I love seeing the blue sky peeking through the tree branches. I'd especially love to see this looking through the window from inside the house...with a warm bowl of noms by my side. Yoor doggies are so beautiful. I'm sorry yoo lost Zoe. My sincere consdolences. Love, Dori

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  5. I tried commenting earlier but my comment kept disappearing. Hopefully it will work now.
    It looks lovely but cold.

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  6. Very similar to the view out my windows at present.

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  7. Don't you just LOVE winter sunshine! We sure do! It is so very bright and makes the snow look like crystals! Have a marvellously Happy Day!

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  8. This year winter in Arkansas took a turn for the coldest temps on record. One night it was -16 here and -20 in Fayetteville. That just doesn't happen here. Looking forward to spring.

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  9. That's what the south thinks of as a picture storybook winter scene. Some of us are amazed to find out it really exists!

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  10. Beautiful. I would not want too live anywhere else other than New England.

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  11. This is a lovely photograph.
    I love how the blue sky peeps out between the winter branches.

    All the best Jan

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