The Eskimo has fifty-two names for snow because it is important to them;
there ought to be as many for love.
~ Margaret Atwood
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Saturday, December 27, 2008
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- EG Countryside/ Sepia Scenes
- Ice on Pefferlaw River/ Watery Wednesday
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- Farm on the Hill/ Monochrome Maniacs
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- Horses, Hay, green & Red Barn/ Camera Critters
- Charle Brown Christmas Tree
- Sunset through the Clouds/ Sky Watch
- Old Farm in Fresh Snow/ Sepia Scenes
- A Goodwood Christmas/ Ruby Tuesday
- Christmas in the Forest/ My World
- Tree & Shadow/ Monochrome Manicas
- Sunset Over Snow Fence/ SOOC
- Hee Haw/ Camera Critters
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- Four Deer/ Sepia Scenes
- Icicles/ Watery Wednesday
- And More Snow on the Way
- Santa Claus Was Here!/ Ruby Tuesday
- Tree Farm/ My World
- Horses in field/ Monochrome Maniacs
- YRP 53/ SOOC Sunday
- Do You Hear What I Hear/ Camera Critters
- Sunshine, Bird and Sky
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- EG CameraGirl
- East Gwillimbury is a rural town less than an hour north of Toronto, Canada's largest city. My family calls me CameraGirl because I take my camera with me wherever I go.
I always wonder how animals can stand the cold even if they do have fur and hair.
I love the quote.
Excellent!!! Perfect capture. I love horses. MB
Wow, I love this picture. Horses are my favorite subject and this one seems to love to pose for the camera. (or did you also have a carrot?)
Great serie of winter's photos!
I wish to you and yours a WONDERFUL NEW YEAR!
I hope you had a wonderful Christmas!
The snow falling and the black horse make a very nice contrast. Happy New Year.
These are just wonderful images so dramatic yet cute. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas.
Brrr, he looks cold. Do you think he is? Cold or not, he sure is a beauty!
What a beautiful animal!
And the quote is superb!
The black horse and snow make a great composition. Very nice pictures. I enjoy animal pictures very much.
A beauty of a horse, like black beauty. Great little bits of snow in front of the horse. Last time I saw a horse on a farm it was a boiling hot day in July in Israel; such a contrast!
I love horses, and this one looks to be a big guy! Probably likes the snow too.
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