Thursday, January 25, 2007

No Words ...

... just a few winter photos from the past week, all taken within a few minutes walk from our house.





11 comments:

Heather said...

Okay, I know that I've said in the past that music starting when I open a website is an assault to the senses, but I have to admit that I quite like opening your blog to hear Fair Thee Well Love. I'm realizing that I miss the Rankins - I used to listen to them alot and have been to a couple of their concerts. Unfortunately, I'm not in a position to fork out $120, so I'll have to pass on this one.

Nice pics, by the way.

Anonymous said...

I hadn't noticed the music! Just turned it up and it is lovely. I've said it before - but your pictures are moving.

Coll said...

Lovely photos. That looks like such a great walking/sleding trail... is it part of the TransCanada Trail by any chance?

Pearl said...

The music really complements these images.

re: your comment, I got inspired to go thru old photos in part from you actually.

Anonymous said...

Great winter shots. I like the reflection the best.

Leann said...

pretty shots.I use to snowmobile with my mom and step Dad.we went up north 80 miles from our place.they had a little slead they put behind and me and my two girls would ride in that.it was so fun.I love to be out in the winter.but dont know anyone with a snowmobile.I like the old tree.its got alot of life storys in its bark.God bless.

mreddie said...

Beautiful and very interesting shots - maybe we will still get a little snow, he said wistfully. ec

Anonymous said...

I like the photo/music combination. It fits together.

bonita said...

Burrrrrrr. But, beautiful details in the water.

Anonymous said...

Like Heather, I don't particularly like opening a website that automatically begins to play music but this is so different. I love the Rankins and I love the song.

As for your photos, they remind me once again why I live in the "Great White North." I love snow. And I would really miss it if I lived someplace where they either didn't get any snow or only a wee little bit.

Anonymous said...

Southern Belle wants to visit..looks LOVELY...we never see snow here..ya'll are sure lucky!