"The secret to living well and longer is: eat half, walk double, laugh triple, and love without measure." ~Tibetan Proverb
That is a great image, makes it complete different.
That's just too much snow, and its not even winter yet. Beautiful picture though.
It looks a bit more wintery there than it does here! Well, we don't have that much snow but I bet it's way colder here. ;)
A winter wonder land! Nice observance.
That is interesting. I looks like polka-dots!
Nicely spotted! (A little play on words there.)
that made me laugh! very cool!
It does make for a good pattern!Looks like we've got the same amount of snow.
We saw the same sunken light look last week at Butchart Gardens. It made the snow glow. You certainly are getting your share of cold!(BTW: Thanks for the Capote story recommendation. I read and enjoyed it yesterday (and had a good, nostalgic cry). DH is next in line for it.)
That looks fantastic. Bet it is magical at night.
I bet it looks great at night.
An unusual sight. Very cool, Kate.
looks like magical lights :) nice capture.
Huh! That's pretty neat! (And the tree is an inverted V, of course.)
That is cool!Reading comments. Guess there is a biography out on Truman Capote? Back in the day, when I was a stew. I flew a charter with the film crew doing the movie In Cold Blood to Kansas. I have a funny story about that. But! I am way off subject sorry!
Nice Christmas scene.
An upside down v is a tree
That is funny! Creative choice for the V day. :)
Interesting effect! btw I liked your poetry idea and your right on about the difficulty of finding appropriate material between unrealistic and brutal for that unit. My teaching partner (we taught a double credit English Social Studies high school Humanities class on the Holocaust) used some children's art from a KZ camp.
Very creative V connection! I, too, like to see this on shrubs with lights.
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