Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Wordless Wednesday: The Last Day of Winter on Barton Mountain

This is the last photograph of winter in Barton, Vermont.
Cross-posted with text here.

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21 comments:

  1. Snow and its passing with Spring is definitely a Wordless thing...nobody has too much nice to say about snow at this time in the year... but I like exploring in hideaway places where a bit of snow and ice hang on for dear life and make the streams run full and cold with the last melts...

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  2. Shhhh....maybe if we're all quiet the snow will pass us by!

    Wonderful farewell to winter photo! A work of art.

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  3. that's a wonderful shot! love the composition ... perfect for a postcard! :)

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  4. BRRRRRRR!!!!!! That looks cold! Beautiful!

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  5. the snow's better than the rain, tho!

    happy ww. :)

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  6. It's the end of winter, but is it?

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  7. Oh no ! Snow ! here today the sun is shining, birds singing and the nature gets green and you show me snow ! That's cruel, lol !!

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  8. We were siting at minus four overnight though no snow this morning, only a white frost covering the landscape. Once the sun came up everything 'greened' up again.

    Your photo portrays an atmosphere of 'snug and cosy indoors'. I think it is the blue/grey sky and the fact that the snow has melted off the top part of the roof that gives the feeling that Spring is on the way :)

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  9. That is a lot of snow. Your lilac seems to be weathering it better than your clothes line.

    Nice job with the panorama. I haven't had the chance to try it yet. It's on my list of to-do's though.

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  10. I love to see pictures of snow, and I guess it's because we do not get to see that much snow where I live. Thanks for sharing and thank you for visiting me today and leaving a comment.

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  11. Lovely photo. Snow must be saying its final goodbye. Have a lovely Spring ahead.

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  12. wow... I can't believe you get so much snow..I would not like that at all... Today we had a high of 80 ..The hanging basket outside my kitchen, I got two days ago and the green grass is a picture from last summer, the grass is slowly turning that green again..Thanks for your visit to my place.Baba

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  13. We just don't get snow like that in Lonoon (or very, very rarely!). Here's to a delightful spring

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  14. A gorgeous very Robert Frost-esque photo, Andree. I just want to say that I enjoy participating in "One Single Impression" very much.

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  18. You sure have a lot more snow then we do now.
    I posted a resent picture

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