Brrrrr, many me shiver
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You and me too. It was -2F when I got up this morning. 🙂
Wow so picturesque!
This is a great shot. The composition is top-notch and it has an old barn in it – I just love 😀
This comment coming from you is quite a compliment. I’ll be smiling all day. Thank you.
I was just going to say the same thing! Great shot 🙂
This is lovely Judy. Great composition. Stay warm.
Love the horse in this photo..everything about it is so nostalgic!
Lovely composition! I bet the horse wants back in the barn this morning…
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!
Amen. I drove by this beautiful place the other day, pull over, put the hazard lights on, and took some photos. The only thing was the horse wanted me to come visit and probably was hoping I had a treat, but I didn’t dare trespass any further.
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!
So pretty, I wonder if the horses enjoy the snow…our dogs love it and jump around like puppies eating it!!
Oh, Judy, what a great shot. That looks magic!
Gorgeous shot . . . love it!
Thank you, and I’ll definitely take that as a compliment coming from you. 🙂
Flatten the hills and it could be the Midwest.
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