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Friday, March 21, 2008
Sunset Over Snowy Field
Wildflowers aren’t blooming in our EG gardens yet but thank goodness we DO have pretty sunsets!
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A perfect landscape. Almost a painting.
This is such a pretty picture!
The bulbs won't go thirsty this spring, anyway! What a beautiful photo. Happy first day of spring some how someway in your beautiful world.
That sky is beautiful..
Thank you for linking...
Very beautiful image, excellent.
Splendid the photograph, the hot colours of sunset create a landscape unique!
I wish you a Happy Easter!
beautiful sky, nice shot.
... just came back to say it could also be a postcard!
Oh my look at that snow! The skies are gorgeous..
It is wonderful picture..but we are waiting for spring with warm weather and sunshine.
There is no Easter egg hunt in our garden..perhaps next year.
greetings from Guildwood.
You certainly do!!
What a great sky with some special colors.
Amazing shots and local!!
What a landscape. Very nice sunset over the snow. Very pretty picture. Thanks for sharing your photo.
That beautiful sunset "almost" makes up for the fact there's still snow on the ground. brrrrrr...Happy Easter! :D
Perfect setting. Lovely sunset.
Happy snowy first day of spring. MB
That is one beautiful photo shot Love the coloring
Great Colors, and an amazing landscape!
This is a pleasant photo. I hope you have a nice holiday.
Such pretty landscape, with beautiful colors.
Colorful sunset! Have a great weekend! :D
Perfect picture. Great shot. Love it.
Enjoy your Easter weekend.
Yes very pretty indeed. Happy Easter.
I could have taken a picture like that today here in Bergen Norway. Looks the same!
oh I love this one .. the snow looks like an ocean ..
I wanted to come by and thank you for visiting. This winter sky shot is STUNNING!
I've enjoyed the rest of your blog on my visit. The skies above the train are lovely as well.
You could say Wilma adds drama to my life! My nerves will never recover! LOL!
That is beautiful - love the colors.
I laughed at your comment about the water tower with no name. Someone in Canada sent me a link to water towers up there and they were just amazing. One even had the Colonel and a bucket of chicken on it. You never know what you're going to see on one!
That certainly IS a pretty sunset! What beautiful colors!
wonderful photo!! great job!
Yes that was perfect!!!!
Happy easter to you.
This is a very pretty photo... like a postcard picture.
Beautiful picture. It's hard to believe that there's a place with so much snow - where I live, we're moving into the hot season and already it's around 35 C in the afternoons!
Thanks for stopping by at my blog!
That is perfect with the pink and other colors in this. I love it.
what a beauty!
Enjoy your weekend.
This is really beautiful, but I love snow; even still.
WOW! I love snow and that is a wonderful photo of the sunset upon the white snow foreground. (Today, I saw my first tulips -- but that's for tomorrow's blg.)
Your photo looks just like home here. I love it. I read your geese post: you may want to pick up a copy of the no-longer-published Geese of Beaver Bog by Bernd Heinrich. I read it and now know so much about my geese. I can't wait for them to return (they haven't yet).
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