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A January Kind of Mosiac



It is the end of January already.  How time does fly.  My mosiac this week is some of the photos I took this month.  More mosiacs can be found at Mary's Dear Little Red House.  Join her and others at
http://dearlittleredhouse.blogspot.com/



Comments

Carol said…
Very nice shots of January! You're right...where did it go?!
eileeninmd said…
Pretty wintry scenes and I love the doggie and the birds photos.
Ebie said…
A pretty mosaic. I love the combination of seasons and blooms!

Enjoy your week!
Sandi (Meme) said…
What a great mosaic! You certainly got it all, didn't you? Hope you have a wonderful week!
Sherry said…
Really pretty! The lake we live by had ducks and geese on ice islands two weeks ago, also.
Mary said…
Ooo, look at that pretty woodpecker! Love your winter scenes, Valerie. Thanks for sharing. :)
LOVE the precious dog in the center....
Jeri ~ said…
I love your January mosaic, those are some great winter captures!
Shirley said…
I like your mosaic. I hope people click on them to see the enlarged photos, they are so much more interesting !
Hi Val
A nice collection of photos for your mosaic.
GardenofDaisies said…
A nice contrast between those staying cozy and warm on the inside and those trying to keep warm on the outside.
Ingalill said…
Wonderful mosaic, cute dog :)
Deb said…
looks cold...love the Pug...
Golden West said…
At this rate, spring will be here and gone!
Dishesdone said…
Fun mosaic, you have great pictures in there! Love the pup :) You said it, time flies!
Lovely photos and they make a great mosaic!
Regina said…
Great photos and Mosaic.
How delightful!
I wish you a wonderful week.

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