48 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. Q

    You can tell what time of the year it is by all those water bubbles. Cold weather makes that water fall look like a commercial for Calgon . . kind of. Which ain’t a bad thing, the idea of soaking, just so long as it’s in a WARM bath and yanno, not outside. I ain’t looking to join the Polar Bears Club, those peeps are nuts.

    As for the capture, I have a question. How did you get the water to stand still while you snapped a shot? You must do wonders with kids!


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  2. I hate the cold so this represents me quite well. It evokes layers upon layers, a hoodie attached to my head like a crash helmet. Melancholy the theme as I feel for the birds and squirrels fiercely foraging, wondering how in hell Heidi did it, even with such a sweet grandfather.

    Your pictures always stir and sire emotions, a wonderful talent that you have.

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  3. Dear Dale,

    I’m not a big fan of ice and snow but there’s something magic about the way ice forms on twigs and blades of grass. Such a challenge to catch in a painting. 😉 As always you’ve given me chills with this picture.

    Shalom and lotsa warm hugs,


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    • Dear Rochelle,

      I can’t say I am, either. But it is oh so pretty to photograph. And this waterfall (all of 12 inches high) was particularly lovely. Glad I gave you chills… 😉

      Shalom and lotsa bubbly love,



  4. Ahh, AGM Dale! The bubbles look like a neat texture for a gown!
    Lolol! seeing as how I use off cuts, fabrics destined for land fill and any bit of trash that inspires me…. suddenly bubble wrap seems like a great idea! I have used it several times to stuff bussels and fluff out petticoats, but until now the idea of it, as a main component evaded me! ⚡️💥

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