Wordless Wednesday – Rural New England


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Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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17 Responses to Wordless Wednesday – Rural New England

  1. Helen Johnstone says:

    Brrrrr, many me shiver

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  2. vernette says:

    Wow so picturesque!


  3. Norm 2.0 says:

    This is a great shot. The composition is top-notch and it has an old barn in it – I just love 😀


  4. pbmgarden says:

    This is lovely Judy. Great composition. Stay warm.


  5. Love the horse in this photo..everything about it is so nostalgic!

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  6. Annie says:

    Lovely composition! I bet the horse wants back in the barn this morning…

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  7. Joyce says:

    I think in this setting you could pretty much produce anything you’d ever need to survive. Then, you’d just ride your horse into town for the things you couldn’t grow yourself – just like they did in the 1800-early 1900s!


  8. Grandma Kc says:

    I bet that house was calling to you and I’m pretty sure the horse was hoping you would ride him. What a beautiful picture. I would LOVE to see the same shot in the spring or summer — or even in the fall when those trees would be covered with beautiful colored leaves!


  9. So pretty, I wonder if the horses enjoy the snow…our dogs love it and jump around like puppies eating it!!


  10. Oh, Judy, what a great shot. That looks magic!


  11. Gorgeous shot . . . love it!


  12. Flatten the hills and it could be the Midwest.


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