wednesday .. without words

34 comments:

  1. leaves...still?
    I thought only my oak trees did that, holding on to a few until spring.

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  2. That is one FANTASTIC capture!!

    Mine's up as well, today it looks at the 'Queensland Flooding'

    Have a great WW!

    AussiePomm

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  3. wonderful! Love all the wrought iron in your pictures:)

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  4. All our trees are bald headed. Must be the end of fall that this photograph was taken. Or not. Great capture.

    Have a terrific WW. :)

    Wordless Wednesday

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  5. Meant to ask you...how's the snow in the city these days? We are getting it here beginning tonight...and we still have several inches on the ground...but I think you guys really got hammered with the last storm!!

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  6. composition, focus, perfection!




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  7. Very pretty. Love the brick, the wood, the iron, the berries, the leaves!

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  8. Reminds me of one of those spooky films where the camera slowly moves through the woods/brush, branches parting, and then.......:0

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  9. Beautiful picture. Is that in January, or was it taken back in the fall.

    (I have an autumn NYC picture this week: http://www.ptank.com/blog/2011/01/wordless-wednesday-7643-new-york-late-autumn/)

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  10. Nice shot through the 'almost' bare branches. :)

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  11. Nice contrast between the tree branches and the iron!

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  12. I like that little glint of sun peaking through, a reminder of brighter days to come.

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  13. Wonderful patterns. Love the three planes - berries, branches, and grill work. Nice!

    Hope Toonman is feeling better.

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  14. am sure this photo is from the Daryl archives!

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  15. I love that scroll work and I could finally comment woohoo!

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  16. Found you through Wordless Wednesday.

    Georgeous picture & lovely blog!

    Anella [from Wales, UK].
    http://www.anellabennett.com

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  17. I love the wrought iron with the fruit on the branches in front.

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