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March 23, 2017 § 15 Comments
feathered ones know
winter says goodbye
Tagged: birds, fare thee well, feathers, flurry, goodbye, knowing, knowledge, season change, snow, snow flakes, snowfall, woods
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I like it!
A stunning shot
Thanks Derrick _/\_
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Really lovely! I liked a lot your photo, I liked a lot your words. The archaic Fare thee well, in other, reveals to me the meaning of farewell: thank you!
and you! 🙂
Super sweet and vulnerable.
Love the bird as well as the words. He looks so naffed off.
Oh, how I wish it were so, but the rains come and go, in-between the snow, and I keep thinking, when will winter finally go?
What a long haul it’s been — rain since the beginning of last July, and the only break was snow. The rain keeps tricking me, I keep thinking that winter is over, then more snow, but this time, I do think it may be gone.
That is one long stretch of a rainy season! It’s feast or famine. As soon as I put the yaktracks away – it snows again. We’ve been known to have snow in May. I hope blue skies, sunshine and spring makes it to your door soon!
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Great capture, Catherine. I always enjoy your work. Thanks for, liking my, Purple, Creeping Phlox, on Elm Drive Images.
We get these little guys in the SoCal desert in winter. They make me so happy. Not sure if it’s the same kind of titmouse, though. Coloring a little darker.
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