Wednesday, November 3, 2010

if not for the power lines

These photos would be kinda pretty, I think.
I took them last week, but haven’t really had any time for posting.
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The reflection of the rising moon was so beautiful.

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I thought the lighting in these morning shots was so pretty.
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You can see here that it was snowing that day.

Remember the fridge calendar I put up at the beginning of October? Here’s what it looked like when I took it down Monday morning . . .
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6 comments:

Purplestamper said...

First one to post...that never happens...Love the shots Barb of your beautiful view. It looks so peaceful and welcoming outside your window. Love the Calendar, so organized. I am trying to use my iphone calendar which syncs my home computer, however it isn't always that effective as it isn't right in your face.
Enjoy the day...missing you all the way from Port Moody.

Sheri

Nancy said...

Hello Folks.........wanna say, those are very nice pics....power lines and all.
Thanks one busy calendar there sweetie...no wonder you're always feeling tired......just looking at it, did me in...LOL...
Take Care, miss you ALL:(
Luv ya...........Nancy and Colin

kate said...

Pretty pix--power lines and all. (That's reality, right?)

Would love the calendar! Think mailing it here would work? Hmmm...

kate said...

Ummm...unless it's a 2010 calendar. Then, it might not arrive in time for 2010, knowing the postal system I'm dealing with here! ;>

Craig and Phyllis said...

You are such a great photographer! Those pictures are beautiful. I really like the coloring of the one with the moon.

Again, your life looks like it is running at break-neck speed. Hope you get some time for rest.

Tezzie said...

Ooooo, love those morning light shots! Gorgeous!

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