The splash of colour on the trolley adds a welcome feeling of warmth to some very chilly pictures 🙂
Splash is the key word. The water splashing over the Cocheco Falls was so cold and icy, but when I turned around to leave I saw the Trolley kind of stuck in the snow until Spring but shining bright in the sun. Thanks for commenting.
Wonderful pictures — but I got cold just looking at them!
The spray off it was like icicles hitting you. It is bone chilling cold up here right now. Enjoy your warm weather.
Lovely pics! The ones of the falls are especially unusual. Down here in coastal Texas, we’ve had a few nights where the temperature hovered around freezing, and a couple of frosts but no “hard freezes.” And that’s okay with me!
Oh, to be in coastal Texas right now. It was 6 degrees when we got up this morning, and it is forecasted to be colder tonight.
Brrr is all I can say 🙂
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Nice to look at but please keep on your side of The Pond! Happy 2013 🙂
Oh now come on – you don’t want to chip water for the animals, slip on the ice, shovel, and be cold all the time? Kidding. I’ll keep it over here.
Thank you ma`am – Goosey is particularly grateful as he can`t find his non-slip webbed willies.
I’ve enjoyed your posts and chuckled about your thoughts on weather forecasters. We do have a lot of snow on the ground but of course it could be a lot worse. We will just have to dream about spring.
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love that trolley pic! 🙂 They are all nice but that trolley is gorgeous!
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