74 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. Q

    It’s interesting to me how these captures feel monochromatic to me, and I say that in the most complimentary of ways. Because it means you culled the resonance of winter life, after which BOOM! that red just pulls us back from the immersion. That’s an amazing gift, and you have it in spades.

    Plus I am feeling Fargo on top of all that. Win meeting win!

    B

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  2. I like how the first one resembles a Currier and Ives, and how the others look as if you moved into soon to be warmer climes.

    I agree with you pal, you do have a gift but not just pulling focus, as they say in movie parlance. Your eye is your true gift…how you see things that others may not, being so willing to share them. πŸ™‚

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    • Dear Rochelle,

      You might not be able to tell by these photos, but it IS melting. And I thank you for the compliment. It means much to me.

      Shalom and lotsa composed love,

      Dale

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    • You know, I never thought of running there (because I have to drive to get there or make my outing really long!)
      But this country road, as we called it, had so many more trees and even a treehouse in one, and we could hang out for hours, my friends and I. Now? It’s almost all gone.

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    • Greetings from Thursday in Quebec!
      That is quite the log splitter. Best to do it in winter/spring/summer so it is ready for winter πŸ™‚

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