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Picture of the Day - Everywhere Else

Discussion in 'Photography' started by Kritter, Mar 3, 2009.

  1. Teebin

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    Ah yes... I had forgot about those rare winter mornings in Florida!

    Visited my sister’s farm this weekend. I was completely sold by her pygmy goats.

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    Careful, they can take over your life. They have the eyes of Satan you know...
     
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    They are pygmy because she is feeding them snow.;)
     
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    A slightly angry sea late this afternoon.

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    Old man winter is home!
     
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    A snow covered Weinermobile
     
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    Surprised it didn't shrink in the cold :lol:
     
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    A storm brought 50° temperatures and high winds today.
     
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    I am glad you are there and I am here. Thanks for posting
     
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    That does not look inviting. I can understand why you hate winters in Maine.
     
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    Thank goodness I took lots of pictures this past summer...
     
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    I just had some sweet william bloom in the front flower garden. It's a bit of a protected south facing area, so it's has a climate of it's own. But nice to see it at the end of December.
     
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    Was going through some old photos of DC from 2016.

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    ^ Mr Gator, have you seen a big white bird anywhere around here?
     
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    Bar Harbor's old aristocrats.....That's an interesting combination of bricks & wood. Generally you see the wood partnered with stucco. The stonework & brick work were certainly expensive relative to their time period.
     
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    That is what Rockefeller whimsy paid for back in the 20’s. The style is so-called French Tudor and is after the building style of 16th century Normandy. It was built as a “carriage house” for the carriage roads keeper. The exposed wood is bald cypress.
     
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