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Sunday, January 7, 2018

frankie and grayson




the photo above was taken 
after a soft and gentle storm
last week
called Frankie
 
the one behind was taken the morning
after Grayson
quite a difference

I am not much on blizzards,
nor'easters,
or bomb cyclones
but I do like the textures they leave behind
how about you?



10 comments:

  1. Sandy, I'm not into storms but I like textures and I especially love that first photo with the shapes and shadows. The other one reminds me of sand dunes!

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    1. I live on the side of a hill, and the wind comes roaring up between the houses when we have a blizzard. The snow does look like dunes, except it is packed down hard. I was able to walk on top of the snow yesterday.

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  2. Both photos are so lovely.

    As long as I am safe I am intrigued by what ever nature is up to.

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    1. People are starting to see lynx and bobcats in Maine after many years of them being scarce. No mountain lions, though. Your photos are great, as usual, but I sure hope Mama Lion stays out of your yard.

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  3. Lovely and creative wintry photos ~ ^_^

    Happy Week to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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    1. You have a nice week, too. It looks to be considerably warmer than the last one. We are already 38º in Westbrook ME today. Stop in any time!

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  4. Sandy, I think you got more snow in ME than we have in CO! Frankie looks soft while Grayson looks turbulent.

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    1. I think we do. You are right, Grayson howled, Frankie hummed.

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  5. you have been so cold where you are. I prefer it a little warmer but I do love any photos people take of snow - love the textures.

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  6. I have been in Maine for over forty years, and this is the second longest cold spell that I can remember. Sure hope the future is not going to be extreme--colder, hotter, drier, and wetter. The temperature is 45º today, thank goodness.

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