Your photos are so wonderful, Michelle. That photo of the spiderwebs...they are splendid! Nature does things that our creativity could never match in our wildest dreams, doesn't it/she/he?I just let the dogs in from yet another potty break. It's snowing out and I couldn't help but smile at the white flakes sprinkled over their gleaming black backs and heads. Dusty had a tiny pile of snow on his nose and sneezed as he looked up at me. Made me long for my childhood days when I used to make angels in the snow. Lucky dogs! :o)
LOVE THE PICS, the cobwebs, too!!!! ;-DI've the privilege to take more reindeer pics today...from a closer range, too! HO HO HO HO...SO HAPPY!!!!! ;-D
Wow--I love the frozen spider web photo! So cool! (no pun intended--ha!) :D
BettyMy mom and I both regret we reached snow at a health/age stage where sledging and ski-ing would not be sane (or comfortable!).AmelThanks for letting me know about your photos - they were wonderful. :-)Daisyfunny! :-D
Oh, loving the close up of the webs! I swear, they look like jewelry. There's a miracle occurring here even as I type, there is moisture falling out of the sky! Some of it has been frozen--nearly unheard of in these parts. A snowflake or two has been spied. But mostly it's just RAIN! It's been so long since we've had any. Yea rain! If I was smart, I'd allow myself to be inspired enough by your frozen webs to go find some dewey webs tomorrow.
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