One bunch of twigs, one small tree, and one post.Picture perfect. Take care with that big storm coming, the twigs, tree and post might all get sewpt away. Greetings to all at your home, from Jean
Thanks Jean! Always amazes me (I'm old!!) that you know our weather sometimes better than we do!! Have a great Sunday!
Good weekend to you all!! :)~ HUGZ
Geez thanks Bruno!! You guys get any snow in Montreal?
We did but we've seen worse. :)~ HUGZ
We have too!
A very cold trio too! Great shot
Especially compared to your weather in Australia,Davina!! Thanks for dropping by.
Hope you all are staying warm and safe!
We are Bobbi, thanks for asking. We lost power for about an hour and a half but that is it so far......lots of snow but nothing near what New England is getting.We are glad we have a propane gas permanent heater for back-up!
I hope they all get along :) Have a good weekend, Jim. Did the blizzard arrive?
Thanks Martha! Yes it has! Started around midnight and is still going on. Sophie likes it though!!Good weekend to you too!
A lamp-post, an evergreen and a nekkid tree walk into a bar . . . .
Nekkid tree....'Can you believe these temps!'Evergreen......'This is one of those winters.'Lamp post......'I never know what you two are talking about!'
Neat post (lamp post) Also good pic.Take care now!
Thanks you (how are you)?Have you ended WWl yet?
It's getting there on re-write.Maybe it will be over in a week.Then I can pre-edit. :PSure was a long (bleep) war!
Like being in the trenches for you!!
Hi Jim! I hope that you, Ron, and Sophie are riding out the storm okay. Debra's comment above cracked me up! Your photo immediately made me think of The Witch, the Lion, and the Wardrobe. Did you ever read that to your kiddos?You always find beauty in the ordinary with your photos!Take care! Stay warm! I can't imagine the misery some people are enduring with a blizzard, ocean flooding, and maybe no electricity!I love Colorado!
We are getting the second portion of the storm now.The temperature is hovering around -1C and the snow flips back and forth to freezing rain. We will mange this one....as I look out the window and see our 'plower' clearing out the driveway! He will have to return in the morning as more snow is expected.Gotta LOVE Debra's humour!! lolI love Nova Scotia!!! But I hear you Louise!
this is like a painting-have a great weekend-and hope you get a warm up soon
Thanks Kathy. It was waiting for me to photograph! Actually I could find something in anything! lolIt will be warmer here by the middle of May.....welcome to the Maritimes!
Jim, you and Ron both have such great 'camera eyes,' and take the ordinary things around us and truly make them extraordinary your last two posts are perfect examples of that! I hope you all are safe and warm and enjoying your snow day!!
We have that in common Kim. Just simple folk from the Maritimes. lolThanks. We are enjoying the snow day! Sunny and bright here now but still blowing snow. We ain't goin no where!! lol
Hi Jim. I enjoyed reading your comments-to-the-comments, and hearing about the storm. So glad all is well.
Thanks Terry. I love to use the 'reply to comments' to fill the gaps, so to speak.All is well and thanks for asking.
I thought so too, Pat. I noticed 'them' immediately as soon as we parked the car......they were begging me! lol
Lovely colours - an unusual trio of friends!
Thanks Fiona. and three didn't appear to be a crowd at all!! lol
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.