Monday, January 19, 2009

A cold snowy day

10 comments:

Eleanor said...

Now it really looks kinda chilly where you are! So I thought I should breeze in with a little African sunshine. Here the days are hot and humid but it is cool on my verandah. I spent a winter in North Dakota in '69 when I was an exchange student and that snow just kept falling and falling! In the beginning it was fun but after a couple of months I was ready to go home!

Abe Lincoln said...

Lots of snow there like we got here. I love covered bridges. Used to paint them and now just photograph them. This looks like a longer one.

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George said...

It definitely looks like a Midwest winter! We're even getting a little snow here in Tennessee today. The street out front is now covered with snow.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Guess what Rose???? We actually have some snow here in TN this morning. It's so pretty!!!! Yeah...

Great snowy picture.
Hugs,
Betsy

Mary said...

Beautiful bridge and somehow perfect for a snowy photo.

don said...

A covered bridge is a perfect subject for a snowy winter shot. This is a very appealing image. Well done.

Deborah Godin said...

Classic winter/bridge shot! And a good opportunity to come back and look at that swirling snow from yesterday again - wow!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

I love covered bridges but the weather looks sooo cold!

Carletta said...

I agree with everyone else - it looks really cold with the snow flying around.
I like the red building there too.
Abe says it looks longer. It looks longer than is typical.

Thanks for thinking of me today. The migraines come and go when I have 'attacks'. I can't spend too much time on the computer for needing to close my eyes.
Oh,we got snow last night and some sun (finally) today!

don said...

Fine bridge and barn shots. I always look at a barn's doors and windows in an attempt to understand how the barn "worked." A covered bridge is a treasure and very attractive.

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