'The machine does not isolate man from the great problems of nature but
plunges him more deeply into them.'
~ Antoine de Saint-Exupery
|Hopefully, the last snowstorm this year on Cape Ann MA.|
|Our back yard on Cape Ann MA looking so lovely in recent snowstorm.|
Doves at the feeder ~ they were everywhere ~ what a sight!
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a snowy landscapeReplyDelete
Snow, you are beautiful, it's time to give way for spring.ReplyDelete
Nourishment! Oh ... these doves are so lucky to have found your feeder in the snow.ReplyDelete
So pretty! I'm sure it's awfully cold, too. Does the lake freeze?ReplyDelete
It looks so pristine and beautiful. Hope you are still able to get out and about despite the weather. Keep safe.ReplyDelete
As beautiful as it is I am sure you are ready for the snow to be gone. At least I was happy when our snow melted. We have had a few truly spring-like days here. A couple of crocus are blooming. FUN... Wishing you a good week.ReplyDelete
Wonderful winter views.ReplyDelete
Lovely capture and views over there! Enjoy the last part of the snow season.ReplyDelete
WOW, even your Brrrr Cold looks beautiful!ReplyDelete
It's warm outside here. It won't last, but it's warm right now. I'm so ready for spring.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous day, Carol. Big hug to you and lots of scritches to Angel. ♥
Yes, let's hope it's the last of the snow for this season! How cool to have so many mourning doves at the feeder.ReplyDelete
Hopefully it starts thawing out for you there soon.ReplyDelete
I love the tree photo.ReplyDelete
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