February 19, 2008

Wordless Wednesday: White Days



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16 comments:

Kelly - PTT said...

Looks like the woods behind our house in Wisconsin!

But my WW today is dolphins!

Monkey Giggles said...

That's what we have been lots of lately.

Corey~living and loving said...

love the composition here. the sled makes it fun.
happy WW!

Tiff said...

Great shot!!! We keep getting snow that melts within a few hours! GRRR i want some that sticks around for more than a half a day!

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marcia said...

Oh I want to go sledding how how fun and awww the memories

♥Shabem-®♥ said...

Wonderful shot. Love it!
Happy WW!

kailani said...

I can't imagine looking outside and seeing all that snow!

Chris in Oxford said...

Beautiful winter shots - I'm guessing you're in the mountains of AZ!

Elaine A. said...

That looks so peaceful. Makes me want to go sledding, even though I like it warm, not that's saying something! ; )

The Cabrelli's said...

That is a gorgeous shot. It makes me wonder who left the sled there and why?

June said...

Very serene looking. Happy WW.

The Pitter Patter Boutique said...

You have me crossing my fingers right now hoping we don't get sent to anywhere cold for our next duty station. One choice is Alaska, burrrrr!!!!

Although it's gorgeous, I can't stand the cold. I will have to stock up for the winter months and hybernate (spelling??) like a bear.

Beautiful picture.

Monkey Kisses said...

what a beautiful snow shot... :-)

Melanie said...

How beautiful! Although I am really tired of winter and looking forward to spring!
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texas_sweetie said...

wow thick snow.lucky u to see snow this year.as for us people in Texas,looks like Winter has forgotten us here because the weather is always nice and sunny..

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Jan Parrish said...

Great shot. It tells a story all it's own.