Where Photography meets Philosopy
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First of all these are ao beautiful! Here are my thoughts on being tired of winter:It's winter here in IndianaAnd the gentle breezes blow,Seventy miles an hour,At twenty five below.Oh, how I love ole IndianaWhen the snow's up to your butt.You take a breath of winterAnd your nose freezes shut.Yes, the weather here is wonderfulSo I guess I'll hang around.I could never leave my IndianaCause I'm frozen to the ground! That being said, the winter is long, but how wonderful is it to see that first flush of green on the trees that heralds another spring and bunches and bunches of tulips and daffodils. We need winter for that to happen. Love ya!Nicole
Well, I was all set to leave something totally funny and clever, but Nicole has already done that! I hope I can be in the drawing anyway!
goodness! Can't compete with that! Great poem, Nicole!I'm snow-blind. That's why I'm tired of winter. My eyes hurt when I look outside. I'm not sure we've ever sustained this many days of snow cover in all the years I've lived here in MA (20).I deserve to be in the drawing cuz I don't LIVE in UT or get there as often as I'd like, and would LOVE a piece of it (and you) hanging on my wall.Love & Light,lisa
How could I ever get tired of winter when I feel warm looking at it. These are so beautiful, you capture the feeling of peace in your art. Love and Light, Kathleen Johansen
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