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Friday, February 3, 2012

fence and gate in the snow













I took these photos on Thursday after the big snowfall.  It was still snowing
lazily down as you can see in some of the shots.  I love this old wood gate.
You can tell it hasn't been opened in a few years as the dogwood has taken over.

It just makes a great photo op for me!!

Have a super weekend!

Blessings,

Pamela

28 comments:

  1. What are those lovely deep red branches? I used to know and have forgotten. Looks as if you got a bit more snow than we did. Your pictures are lovely as always. Do you use a special setting? :>

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  2. Vee, the branches are dogwood but not the kind that flower in spring. They grow in fields and ditches around here and I love them for decorating. The only setting I used was for 'snow' on my camera. Pamela

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  3. Isn't the snow lovely - tomorrow there's supposed to be sun - I'm looking for some sparkling snow pictures!

    I don't have a "Snow" setting on my new camera - I'll have to figure out what the old camera did automatically!

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  4. You know I am one of your biggest fans...and my admiration just keeps growing. These pictures could be framed and sold. They are spectacular!

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  5. Look at all that snow, hard to believe we are in the same country!! Your shots are amazing as always, you are capturing the winter beautifully. We are suppose to have a pretty mild weekend, but it should turn again starting Monday, best do all my running around tomorrow. Diane

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  6. Snow looks so beautiful in photos, but how misleading. I love your photos.

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  7. Pam I always enjoy your photos. Thanks for remindng me what snow looks like! heheh We still have bare grass! Unbelievable for February but I will take it! After the mountains we had last year, it is a welcome break!

    Have a wonderful weekend! Hugs!!

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  8. Hi Pamela! Oh, your snow is so beautiful! I know you're getting out in it to take pictures and hope you're staying warm.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  9. I agree, Pamela - great photo ops; love your composition !

    Enjoyed your series on 'My Favourite Pets'. One of my daughters has a dog that looks just like Buck. Our own favourite pet is Sasha.

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  10. Pamela, I had so much fun going through the posts I've missed. Your photography is stunning, such glorious shots. The fence in the snow is beautiful. You have more snow than we do, and more deer, too! I loved reading about your dogs. The dog we adopted two years ago pines for me whenever I'm out of her sight; I've never had a dog become so attached. (And I'm attached to her, too.)

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  11. Great photographs as usual Pamela. I love seeing photographs of fences, doors and windows. You were very brave to go out in the snow, it does look beautiful but can also be dangerous. Snow is expected here today, we have had some very cold frosty nights recently but the sun has been shining during the door.
    Yesterday I went shopping with Jill and Harry and Jill couldn't open the boot to get the pushchair out, lock frozen!!!

    Keep warm and safe and have a lovely weekend, love Jackie in Surrey, UK.x

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  12. Beautiful pictures, Pamela. The red branches look so good against the snow.

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  13. I love these photos . . . The Red Twig Dogwood against the old weathered gate is wonderful!

    We have several red twig in the front of our house. Last year they were gorgeous in the summer. I like the leaf and the red twig. I also like them because the branches reach up, out and every which way and in the winter the red against the snow is gorgeous. I usually clip several branches for a vase. Majestic, . . . ideas are stirring.

    We have no snow . . . what we had melted this week . . . I am living vicariously through you . . . I love and miss the snow!

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  14. Love *old* things, in the snow. Lovely photo op...

    "Nothing is so fatiguing
    as the eternal hanging on
    of an uncompleted task."

    ♡.♡.♡

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  15. What a nice photo of an old fence. Very artistic! And it makes me feel a little cooler, down here in the too warm south!

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  16. Great eye for the fence! I am drawn to fence lines too. No snow on the prairies though, I am wishing for a nice clean landscape to photograph, but no such luck! Have a great day!

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  17. The snow has vanished here, but I'll enjoy your wintry scenes!

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  18. Brrrrrr! And Beautiful! I liked your deer pics too. Buckley reminds me of our family black Lab we raised for fouteen years. They are a sweet breed. Hope you're having a nice weekend!

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  19. I'd love to have taken that walk with you. I am such a fan of old gates and fences - can't pass one by without taking a photo. Your pictures are just lovely.

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  20. I didn't realize that the second photo is also in my header taken last year. :) Pamela

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  21. Love the photos. They would be perfect for the link party I just discovered called Friday Fences.

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  22. I love the gate with the dogwood shot! I just saw your comment about the cabinet with the plates-this old cupboard has a small board nailed into the back area in stead of a groove so you can have more plates stacked.

    Take care,
    Carolyn

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  23. Hi Pamela,
    Great photos!!
    Would you be able to send some snow our way...?
    Love the pictures with the snow lightly falling!
    All the Best,
    Christine

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  24. Hi Pamela
    This fence and gate aren't going to evolve into 'now you see them, now you don't' are they? LOL
    Judith

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  25. I feel the silence - here it's just a light rain this morning after some noisy heavy downpours last night. Just not cold enough for snow of course, but I'm enjoying your white world Pamela.

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  26. Those are great photos, dear Pamela. I love snow photos, I have some for you today!
    Hugs, Cindy

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  27. Beautiful pics, Pam... I love how you can see away in the distance..
    Take care, dear friend...

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  28. Pamela I love your pictures of the snow. Living in South Carolina, snow is rare! I lived in an area where it snowed most of my life. But we moved here 8 years ago. We did have a snow year before last. It was gorgeous!

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