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Saturday, January 25, 2014

winter scenes and tulips






These photos were taken on January 4….back when we had a lot of snow…..before the big thaw.
I thought you might enjoy seeing some of 
New Brunswick's beauty in January.













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bouquet #1 on the dining table

I bought a new bouquet of tulips this week.  
Actually I bought two bouquets….one pink and one white.  I combined them into two pitchers and they are adding a lot of cheer.  
We actually had 2 sunny days in a row this week.
Mind you…..it was -16C both days.  Chilly!!
But, the sun made it so lovely inside.

bouquet # 2 on the coffee table


I hope you're having a lovely weekend and that it's not too cold or snowy where you are. 
{it's snowing a bit here today}


I'm linking with My Little Home and Garden


Blessings,

Pamela



53 comments:

  1. Beautiful, Pam! All we have is VERY cold weather. The flowers are a wonderful reminder that Spring is not far away. Have a great weekend yourself, my friend!
    Dru

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  2. Wow, tulip time already! They are lovely as our your winter scenes. Thanks!

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  3. I've not yet seen tulips in the stores...wait, I haven't been to any stores. They sure do add some cheer. New Brunswick is wearing winter well. The farmsteads look so pretty.

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  4. What beautiful surroundings you live in! We have had no snow at all yet. Love those tulip shots!

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  5. I like to sit back and look at your pictures. Snow is snow. I know but when it is in other areas. It is nice scenery as well where you took them from.

    Thumbs up. Nice takes. Oh your tulips are a delight. Cant wait for spring. I must admit. We have the wind and more snow today.

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  6. Very nice winter pics . . . Love the tulips too . . . White tulips are so pretty, nice mixed with the pink . . .

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  7. wow, gorgeous - all snowy & perfect. it really does look so great. i hope you folks love it as well.
    such lovely tulip blooms too. ( :

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  8. Really pretty, Pam! We don't have that much snow here and what we do have is really dirty from all the wind blowing the field dirt onto it. Today is sunny but they are predicting a blizzard to tomorrow and -20 F on Monday.
    Enjoy the weekend.

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  9. What amazing contrast in your photos...almost black and white. I love seeing the snowy scenes from afar...they look like paintings. And your tulips are beautiful. I never buy fresh flowers but I promised myself some the next time we shop. I can't wait to pick out a bouquet. Enjoy your weekend my friend. (it was in the 70s here today and we went hiking)

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  10. Lovely winter scenes. Winter is prettier in rural areas than in the city.

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  11. That's a lot of snow Pamela. Wow, well it snowed here again last night even after having several inches on the ground, but haven't had that much snow yet. Beautiful flowers. Always perfect in Winter when it's dreary. Glad you've had some sunshine this week. Carol

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  12. Pamela how lovely!! Everyone needs sunshine this time of year as well as flowers!!
    Terribly windy and cold here today!

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  13. Fantastic photos Pamela . Oh Tulips soo pretty I like the pink ones . We just had a huge snow storm last all night and into the day till just a few minuets ago wind , snow drifts to at least 4 feet WOW ! It was a doozy . Winds are still blowing now and then but not as bad , sun has appeared for the evening ! Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  14. No snow, the sun is shining and it is cold but nothing like your area. Snow and sunshine make for such lovely photos. Yours are all beautiful...

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  15. I can hardly wait to put some spring flowers in vases here as the tulips you have are so pretty. We've had a couple of snowy days again with high winds so are looking forward to leaving next week.
    Judith

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  16. The tulips are lovely, so bright and cheerful. We have had awful weather today ... snow, blowing snow, drifting snow, white out conditions ... road closures ... warnings to stay off the roads. Hopefully tomorrow will be better.

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  17. Thank you for taking us around your lovely province. I see we have the same idea, flower therapy on these cold winter days. Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

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  18. These are beautiful winter landscapes, Pamela. I particularly noticed the skies with their streaks of blue, gray, white and some yellow. Very pretty, as are your tulips. I good use some of that good cheer! :)

    XO,
    Jane

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  19. Lovely series! The tulips was a cheerful addition... wonderful idea too!

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  20. How gorgeous! I like the first scene. You have some beautiful country around there!

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  21. It's been snowing on and off here today. It was a good day to putter around the house.

    You make me want to take a drive in the countryside. The picture of farms are wonderful and, of course, I just love tulips!

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend, Pamela!

    -Karen

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  22. Pamela...I just love your snow pics! Beautiful and serene...and what a lovely contrast the tulips are! Gorgeous!

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  23. Hi Pamela, I'm joining in the fun at Sunlit Sundays this week. Such amazing pictures you have shared. Love the snow but the tulips stole my heart. Such a lovely table vignette you created. Enjoy the remainder of the weekend.
    Mildred, Georgia

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  24. Great photography...almost makes me want to go out in the cold!

    Cheryl @ The Creative Me and My McG

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  25. Love the tulips at this time of year. We were at the home of friends for dinner last night...and there were tulips on the table. The perfect touch! Your 'cold' looks quite lovely through your lens. It doesn't feel at all like January over here...quite springlike, actually!

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  26. NB is truly lovely in January but it is nice to see the tulips in vases too. :)

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  27. Beautiful winter scenes from NB. I love the wide open fields and the houses with their outbuildings set in the midst of all the white beauty. Lovely captures. Your tulips are glimpses of good things to come.

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  28. Oh Pam..I love your winter photos! Beautiful!!! Glad you've had a thaw however...nice to have a reprieve during the winter months!! smile... Oh, those tulips are gorgeous and if they didn't put a smile on your face nothing would!!

    Blessings on this SONday!
    Gert

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  29. Love seeing your snow, but those tulips sure are welcoming!

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  30. Those farms are GORGEOUS. You can see that they have stunning views. I really do think New Brunswick is such a beautiful province. It has a real rugged beauty to it that I love.
    Oh and you inspired me to go and buy tulips too. They were on sale for 4.99 at Provigo so I was quite pleased.

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  31. I know it must be tough to get around, but the snow does make for some very pretty photos. I haven't bought any flowers this winter -- very unlike me! :)

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  32. I was feeling pretty cold after seeing those snow photos, but then the beautiful bouquet of tulips warmed me right up! I may break down and buy some flowers the next time I go to the store. The weather has just been too bleak lately.

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  33. I'm speechless!!! How very lovely!!!

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  34. JUST AMAZING! Photos, Pam
    Is this your home? You lane is rather long if so, I'm thinking of snow removal. You sunshine shots from Januarary are just perfect. Mine are all in cyber loss somewhere as by accident I may have closed or deleted my sunlitfile... so is life. I'll have to start a new collection.
    Did I hear you say, thaw? PEI Just had a rather large snow storm a couple of days ago. Today it is 2 degrees colder here down South, perhaps I scootched away at the wrong time, lol. Have a grand day

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  35. Not too cold here, and certainly nothing like your weather, but rain and rain and more rain is still coming down, and will cause more flooding for some people who are still flooded from just after Christmas which is sad. Your tulips are lovely though and add a note of cheer in the cold and horrid weather don't they. I hope that things warm up for you this week. xx

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  36. The country really is the place to be in winter - the snow is so pristine and lovely. And aren't those tulips wonderful? I had a bouquet the very same shade. Happy Sunday Pamela!

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  37. Beautiful winter photos! I do love those tulips too :)

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  38. it looks so pretty in the snow! It must be a long winter...your tulips are beautiful and cheery. I bought a bouquet of flowers yesterday but not tulips. I decided to wait another week or two for tulips. They are so pretty and spring like...I want to wait till it is a bit closer to spring before I get them....sounds sort of kooky...

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  39. Pamela, how beautiful those New Brunswick landscapes are! I have a weakness for farmhouses, their simplicity and their colours and the ones you have featured here for us are so true to that obsession! Thanks for sharing such spectacular, snowy images.

    Stay warm!

    Poppy

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  40. Beautiful landscape and your pictures made me smile as a friend told me today that we should move to New Brunswich...I told here that I thought you guys got as much snow as we do here in Upper Michigan but it looks bearable to me... and especially if it is gone now. Love the tulip pictures ~ my favorite flowers but not sure when we will see them out in the yard as we have close to 6 feet of snow in yard.

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  41. Your pictures are so pretty....lovely place you have there. Tulips bring some spring inside...Balisha

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  42. Hi Pamela, I love your pictures of New Brunswick in the winter, particularly the 3rd photo. You should frame them. It's a nice contrast to show us how cold it was outside and then share with us your beautiful tulips inside. Christa

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  43. Pamela, gorgeous photography, as always. The landscapes are dear to my heart, I love all things rural. This has been a very long winter so far, hasn't it?

    Love the tulips, what a welcome respite from the snow.

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  44. Hi Pam....
    Those tulips look so springlike...perfect!
    We have had snowing and blowing all day....
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  45. I do really love seeing your snow photos Pamela!
    It's the nearest thing I've got! We live in a temperate zone of New Zealand. Further south there is snow.
    I love that yellowy light in your first shot.
    Enjoy your Sunday.

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  46. Lovely. I have a little white pitcher just like yours with silverware in it.

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  47. As I've commented before - your photos show all the reasons that New Brunswick was called The Picture Province - there's something beautiful at every turn. Those tulips must do your heart good! I have 'buy a bunch of tulips' on my list for this week.

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  48. The snow scenes are beautiful, some of the prettiest I've seen this winter, and there's been lots to see. I need to buy some tulips, too. Definitely need a spot of color in this long, long winter. Thanks so much for visiting Buttercup's. Please stop by often.

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  49. Lovely winter photos, Pamela. I especially love the 4th one!

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  50. The snow photos are so pretty. Sorry it has to be so messy and dangerous to drive in though.
    When I moved from Lincoln Nebraska it was 30 below and about a foot of snow. By the time we hit Dallas it was 40 about and we were shedding coats. Now at 40 I want those coats. I've adapted to the Texas weather. ;o/

    Those tulips are really pretty.

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