Thursday, November 27, 2008
Canadians celebrated Thanksgiving in October, so YES, kids here were in school today.
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I feel joy when I see this picture. Snow can be wonderful.
I don't like snow but I love pictures of snow. Beautiful picture!
Oh my I remember these days from when we lived in Maine.
And my hubby is headed for Canada right this very moment. He spends a great deal of time there.
This is wonderful and brought back so many fabulous memories for me.
Except of course for the shovelling part.
No snow for us this week. As a matter of fact I have my AC on right now.
Great shot, love the perspective.
I captured the sunrice this morning at 8.15 cet.
Have a nice weekend.
Well it's only fair... our kids were in school on your Thanksgiving, right?
We've had a few flurries down this way, and even enough in the mountains that the ski operators are able to stay open. Nothing like you're getting I'm sure. And certainly nothing like you will get.
And the building in my SWF this week is one I don't mind showing more than once. This shot was a different angle (slightly) and orientation, but was taken at the same time as the one my TMW post a few weeks ago. I really need to show you the other side of it though!
Beautiful winter wonderland shot. The school bus adds a nice splash of color.
What a great shot. I even see the snowflakes. Our weather is still Fall here. Some of the trees haven't even lost their leaves yet. MB
Wonderful shot, especially with the yellow bus peeking on the left.
Here in my neck of the woods snow like this would stop our schools cold!
Lovely snow pics you have here, my favorite is the stream under the RR bridge.
Again... beautiful shot... Here is cold but SUNNY... VERY SUNNY...
It's a picture postcard.
like the perspective looking up the road...and of course the SNOW******
Really great with that yellow school bus.
My goodness, that looks like winter! Beautiful scene, but you can keep the cold. I'd rather look at it from a safely warm distance ;-).
What a neat scene and it looks like you are getting a covering of white.
Great shot, I love the perspective.
Loved this picture! Great!
I am just now catching up on a few of the blogs...love that second shot. The first one just says c-o-l-d to me.
Oh! Very nice snow photos.
I can hardly wait for our countryside to be blanketed with snow. Of course if it is a school day, it will be a delay in starting or a snow day because they don't have enough plows here. I am sooo jealous of your snow!
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