Friday, January 12, 2018

Mostly About the Sun

Greetings from the Hermit WRiter.










20 comments:

  1. Bright and beautiful. However, as we are in melt-down mode at the moment I would like less sun. Quite a lot less.

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  2. Very nice sun reflection and tree silhouettes.

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  3. ...put your sunscreen on buddy.

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  4. I love the sun! And the heat. It's 50F here this morning and our snow is melting fast. Lots of rain coming today and tomorrow so we'll have grass showing! Crazy January weather!

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  5. Hello, gorgeous images. I can almost feel the warmth. The first one is awesome. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  6. boy mack, these are really exceptional!! the first 2 are gorgeous!!!

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  7. You had me at sun.
    Lisa

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  8. Fantastic images, ending with the trees.

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  10. Love those first two shots in particular; you can almost smell 'em.

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  11. De todas me quedo con la primera. Viendo volar libre.
    Buen fin de semana.
    Besos.

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  12. I like all those birds in the first photo, you can almost hear them squawking. The trees are rather nice to see too.

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  13. I shoveled the snow off walks today...hanging out in the sun would be so much more enjoyable!

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  14. A riot of color-- wonderful selections!

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  15. I love the play of light on the water!

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  16. Very lovely. Pampus grass is not permitted to grow here, once was.

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  17. Good as always - I do like that grass shot. May be 'off the grid' for a while.

    Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

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  18. The sun?! That's what it looks like, not so much around here.

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  19. Lol, I guess I agree with Karen S above :)

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  20. Wow-- so many people I know from my blog! I love the sun on the water shot. And thanks for your nice words and visits.

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