Winter

 

 


Daybreak. December 17, 2020. 6:45 to 7:20 am. 24° F. Feels like 9° F. Cove Island Park, Stamford CT

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  1. THAT’S what I’m talking about!!! Cue the hot cocoa and roaring fire! 🙂

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  2. Awwww
    David now out on the kitchen counter to thaw out!

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  3. Moody. Wild. Fierce.

    Not you David. The weather! 🙂

    Though… now that I think about it…. 🙂

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  4. Exhilarating, crisp, beautiful, and as some of the comments say, David…….time to thaw out.🙂

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  5. Wow… the shelter, (cottage, house) is amazing. Thinking of you down here in NC where the temp is 40degrees. 😮

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  6. I love all but the last one is really special.

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  7. Wow… lookit you guys… you should come up north if you need a break from the snow! We ain’t got nuthin’!! What we do got is cold. Very cold lately.
    Beautiful shots

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  8. The solitary tiny bird, in the solitary tree, next to the solitary cottage restroom…in the chillingly stark landscape where a spot of steam or is it water, make a peek a boo appearance…///The first photo, is interesting to me…Winter’s grip…the parent trees protecting their little surgically cut nub, the family unit endures the harsh cold along the edge of water where they contribute to landscape of beauty…///ps is that a short wall with breaking water? Fun you & your famiy have some pretty white stuff, for a few days 🙂

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  9. Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
    Winter storm … Daybreak. December 17, 2020. 6:45 to 7:20 am. 24° F. Feels like 9° F. Cove Island Park, Stamford CT.

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  10. The first thing that came to my mind is BRRRRR!! Beautiful shots, David, just how I like my winters-in photographs. Lol!

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  11. WOW! Seems that the weather changed. But these photographs are great and so artistic too. Dear Dave, I don’t like Winter but I love your photography. You are amazing. Thank you, Love, nia

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  12. you did it! was it bringing back memories of playing hockey on a frozen pond?

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  13. The first couple of pictures take me back to my childhood on the farm in Saskatchewan — a lonely time.

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  14. Oh, brrrrr…. Beautiful pics though.

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  15. stark and lovely

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  16. Gorgeous! Another face of nature.

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  17. That is a magnificent set of images – the cold colour says it all.

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  18. I grew up in a land where winter temps were regularly -32 & more. but I was never as cold as being along the Atlantic in winter ~~ That water looks menacing and your shots capture the brr my bones felt! cozy up! MJ

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