Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Good Times











 The race is on running down my road. There are only a few tracks to make a nice path to walk along. The snow sparkles when the sun hits it right and creates an additional beauty surrounding me. 
 


Bobble Dog In A rear Window

Ice jams as the river thaws






A secret spot
To hide away
From bitter winds
On a cold windy day.
 


18 comments:

  1. Ah, but what hides in that secret spot? :)

    Love the bobble-head dog.

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  2. Oh look at those great flying snow dogs!

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  3. Steve- I did not know Lily could fly! In one of your photos she looks airborne!

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  4. Does spring ever come your way? :)
    The dogs are so happy!

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  5. Wonderful winter landscapes. I love the dogs in the snow. They look like they have so much fun!

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  6. What a great spring day. I like to see the long grass left. It's full of mice and later on birds.

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  7. Your puppies LOVE the snow. Sure hope the snow melts there soon. Especially that ice dam.

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  8. I love seeing the dogs playing in the snow. That snow won't last much longer though.

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  9. I've never seen a snowman with such long lashes before :) You sure know how to make winter look appealing

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  10. You got a lot of snow. No a flake over here.
    I love Lily flying and the dog race in the snow.

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  11. I'm at the end and I am still smiling from the snowman. Maybe because our snow has finally melted.

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  12. Wonderful pictures! Winter indeed has her own kind of beauty.

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  13. A fine wintery spread. I love the snowy heart.

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  14. Hi There, We are home from George's fabulous birthday trip. I will blog about it tomorrow. It was truly a trip we will be talking about for a VERY long time!!!!

    Is spring finally coming???? Looks like you still have snow around... We had a cold night/day today --but didn't get any of the predicted snow this time (thank goodness).

    Those doggies certainly have alot of energy, don't they????
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  15. There's nothing quite like sunlit glistening on freshly fallen and unmarked snow. Dogs flying through a fresh snow brings many smiles.

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  16. Those have to be the happiest little dogs.

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  17. Out with the old. In with the new. As the season slowly begins to turn....:)

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  18. Better believe it---Spring is coming. Just ask the smiling dogs. MB

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