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Winter Shadows

Sunny, cold winter days provide a good opportunity for getting photos with shadows.  See more mosiacs for Mosiac Monday at Mary's


Vry nice, Valerie! Isn't winter beautiful?
eileeninmd said…
Pretty mosiac and photos of your winter shadows.
Debbie said…
Wonderful photos!!~
Maggie B said…
Great snowy mosaic, it's clear to see that even if some are already enjoying Spring flowers, not everyone has said goodbye to winter just yet.
~Maggie~ in cold, damp Normandy.
SuKnitWitty said…
It's been a cold winter here in Texas, but nothing like your snow. Gosh! your snow shadow pictures are beautiful. Our snow...back in December was pretty for about half a day and then slush and mud. This is my first MM and I hope you'll have a chance to stop by and see my Knitting's warm! Sue
MOO said…
Beautiful shots, but I'm glad we don't have too much snow here! My folks live in the DC area, where they're buried under 30 inches!
GardenofDaisies said…
The snow spilling off your rock wall is so pretty1
32˙North said…
It all looks so still and quiet - very beautiful!
Just found your blog through blotanical and yay it is wonderful. This post contains some real nice pics. Happy blogging.
marion said…
I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.

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