Saturday, 1 December 2012

PT 176: COLD

WINTER IN WEHR
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AT THE CHRISTMAS MARKET ON A COLD DAY

12 comments:

  1. I usually take my chairs in during Winter, but after seeing the photo, might leave them outside. Such a pretty subject. The second photo looks familiar - been there and seen it in front of the window. The third one is a pleasant relaxation after the cold stress

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  2. A place of rest at winter rest. Love the misty landscape and the sleeping castle on the hill. Very nice photo of you.

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  3. Wow... that was a heavy snow fall. Nice snow scene... is that a castle? You look very well protected against the low temperature... I guess you did enjoy the visit to the Christmas market, didn't you?

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  4. Great shots, Heidi !! The snow on the garden furniture looks rather fluffy and comfortable, although it would be cold on the rear end!!! LOL. A very wintery scene in the second shot. Lovely shot of you, well wrapped up against the cold.

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  5. thanks Mitch and belita but the last one isn't me it is my daughter and thanks for the omplements

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  6. I have seen many a patios that were covered like that. Now that is cold. and then to think about cleaning one off and sitting down, even colder. LOOL
    Great shots, and the last is the topper, cool and cheerful. Cheers!

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  7. not going to sit down on one of those chairs, no ways, looks wet and cold, Heidi. the castle in the snow looks mysterious and your daughter looks just like you. Lovely !!!

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  8. That is a lot of snow in the first shot but it's my favorite.

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  9. A Great Way to measure how many inches of snow fell on those chairs. I haven't seen it that deep in years. Love the Blue hues . And What a Pretty Lady. Nice to see you. You look relaxed and Happy there.

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  10. Soon we will be getting that much snow - very pretty pictures of it. Nothing like a bit of wine on a cold day.

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  11. some great examples of cold...would love to go to the Christmas market!

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