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So beautiful picture.. so white, so cold.. i loved it..
Yes, very nice, Lorraine...i loved it too...and see you have a new first visitor, who loves white and cold...Trust works :)love, dev
branch countin this winter's coldthe other sideLL... as always. _m
Thank you DS may I say that I was amazed at the photos on Your blog, which I will be visiting everyday :)Yes trust does work always with Nature ;) thanks DevI always enjoy YOUR other side Doug, thanks my friend :)
hmmm...always trust nature i wonder is it because it can not help itself...
__It was the other side of the lake... that drew me through the branches; it seems that is where I should remain.
Yes Lorraine, nature is my best friend, too :)what is Brian talking about -- nature seldom trusts man, i think... Man/woman, may for his/her own good life trust nature, dev
The light in your photograph is gorgeous, Lorraine. One of those days when sky and land become one. Beautiful.
Despite the cold weather in your photo, I find this to be a very warm post, Lorraine...
This is definitely a place I would feel comfortable. Nice.
I like the calm, anchored feeling of this. Are you gaining strength from the physical, primarily natural, world around you? It is this kind of thing to wHigh I was referring when I wrote of my need for a larger context than myself.
That was supposed to be "to which."
i'd enjoy sitting on one of those benchesyes very trusting indeed
Very nicely composed. It looks frigid.
Wow, c'est vraiment superbe avec ces couleurs hivernales Lorraine. Bravo à toi.Bonne journée.
No my dear Brian, it's because it is the only thing we can trust ;)I think so too Doug :)and that's what I trust Dev :)Thanks for the beautiful comment dear Talon :)That's beautiful Frank, thank you :)The beauty is amazing Sandy !Arlene, yes that is it, and yes i got it lolGlad you enjoyed it FR ;)Michael it is, and there's beauty in the alonessGillena, there you go stating the essential, brrrrrr indeeed lolMerci beaucoup Richard :)
Well...you can trust trees, I agree! But benches....?
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