Exploring Central Ontario (CANADA)...and beyond
Nice wintery scene. Enjoy Sunday.
I wrote a song once called "It's a Mystery." Maybe this is "it"?Lovely photo, though. Except it looks too cold.Re your question on Stone Creek - that photo was taken, I believe, about the first of the month...I'm not sure if they are blooming now, but we still have flowers blooming, in spite of the cold!
I love how quite these scenes are and the feel of the cold wind on ones face. Wonderful photos.
Beautiful photo. Thanks for sharing.All the best, Boonie
Beautiful.... and COLD!Have a nice Sunday
what a beautiful snowy scene...
Who cares where? It's gorgeous. That's a bit what the palace grounds looked like yesterday. Well, a bit! ;-)
Isn't it funny how sometimes we cannot recall the exact place a shot was taken but you will remember when you see it again.It took that pic through the side mirror just this past Friday. We never did get any snow and the roads are never salted here. Sanded mostly. We don't get enough snow to go big time (salt) LOL!! It melts too quickly as it is. MB
snowy fieldnot even the crowsare laughing
Gorgeous scene, looks like a perfect place to spot a Snowy Owl.
Please find out, tell us and we'll try to see it for ourselves some day... :)God bless you!Cezar
Beautiful landscape! Similar to the farmer's fields here in winter.
Beautiful snowy scene! Have a wonderrful Christmas -- and stay warm.
You took that photo for me. I do miss the beautiful white scenery. Though I don't want to be cold again.
One inch of snow grinded the whole Tuscany to a painful halt...
So lonely looking--but I love it.
pretty. would love to play in all that snow :-)
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