2013-12-26

Pouring rain on Christmas day

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Pouring rain on Christmas day
©   NF Photo 131225

No snow whatsoever in my part of the country today. Only lots of rain.

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13 comments:

  1. You're probably disappointed to not have a white Christmas, but these are lovely country scenes. Surprised at how green it still is in the countryside.

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  2. Lovely countryside shots, very pretty! Sorry about the rain, maybe the sun will be out today. Have a happy day !

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  3. Beautiful colours in these landscapes. Gorgeous rolling countryside and the buildings add a delightful red contrast.

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  4. I wish we had had pouring rain, it would have been the best Christmas present for my dried up garden.
    Hope your New Year is brighter and finally the snow comes.

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  5. Sorry it rained on Christmas Day (snow would have been better;) ) But I love your 2nd capture - very interesting design, Monika! Happy New Year if I won't return before then:)

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  6. Fina bilder - but a shame we didn't have snow.

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  7. I do know about RAIN!! And I do wish we both could have had some snow!! But we can still hope for all the good things in the coming year and I do wish you a very Happy New Year!! Enjoy!!
    Sylvia

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  8. Still looks beautiful. Happy new Year

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  9. Beautiful captures! I am a fan of your photography. The pics show nature colours amazingly.
    Have a happy 2014 !

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  10. that is a beautiful field. I love the yellowy-green color. We have no snow right now either but are expecting some later in the week. Christmas day was dawned bright and sunny here but was sandwiched between much gray weather. I'm not sure if i should wish you a snow covered field or not....but i think you will have one or not regardless...

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