2018-02-07

A white and sunny world for one day

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A white and sunny world for one day only
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20 comments:

  1. Great captures, we are still getting snow here too. Thanks for sharing :)

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  2. Lovely white stuff.

    Brrr, says the Floridian.

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  3. Nice! Frosty air, snow crunching under your feet.

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  4. Seeing snow covering the world is such a cleansing and beautiful thing! Of course, living with it during winter, not so much .

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  5. Beautiful, you've captured what I've been trying to but I'll have plenty more opportunities this week.

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  6. How absolutely gorgeous.Just looking at your photos lifts my spirits.

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  7. What is one of the most beautiful view ... it is the sun and snow together. Wonderful photos.

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  8. Just looking at all that snow makes me cold. Lovely photos! Have a great weekend!
    http://travelingbugwiththreeboys-kelleyn.blogspot.de/2018/02/and-so-it-goes.html

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  9. I love seeing snowy images from the northern hemisphere this time of year. Thank you!

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  10. Beautiful snowy scenery and your photos are great,

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  11. beautiful light and shadows.

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  12. Pristine snow. Gorgeous wintry scenes.

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  13. Such a big fan of your wintry landscape photos.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  14. Beautiful snow shots.
    They'd have been nice images for 'catching light.' ;)

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  15. Yes it would, dee Nambiar :) Thanks all!

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  16. I don't know what happened to the comment I just entered here. I wanted to say how much I love the photo of the wind-sculpted snow. I'm getting tired of snow here in southeastern Alberta because it means I don't get out very often, and I see more snow than I want to see just looking out the window.
    But, again, I certainly admire that last photo.
    Kay
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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