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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

From a gray day...

This was not taken today, though it could have been. It is just so gray and overcast, and I am so tired of it. Of course, we all know it won't be long until we are complaining about heat, so should just keep quiet and enjoy having reasons to sit at the computer.

13 comments:

Sall's Country Life said...

Looks a lot like my neck of the woods! The sun is back out here, thank goodness, and yes the heat will be coming! I was just telling my husband,"it's so blah out I can't wait for some green again!"

Sue said...

I'm having the complete OPPOSITE problem up here. It's sunny and gorgeous.....and there is a 6" layer of ice on the ground. It's quite treacherous out-I don't dare go for a walk for fear of breaking my leg! And it looks SO nice out!
Frustrating!!!

Ellie said...

For a change we have been having blue sky and sunshine - although it is very cold. I'd rather have that than all the rain and wind we have been having.

Beyond My Garden said...

It has been a wonderful winter for us. Plenty of rain but no flooding yet. Warmer than usual, little snow and ice. We have stuff blooming a month or more ahead of season which might not be so good in the long run but for now, nice.
nellie

Ginny said...

What a wonderful picture!!! You are right, people are complaining about the cold in winter and the heat in summer!

TexWisGirl said...

so true! we've had overcast and 40s here today - a damp chill in the air. before long i'll be bemoaning 100 degree temps! :)

Judy said...

We've had some heavy overcast days but today the sun finally was out.

Mary said...

Love it! It does look like it could have been taken today. We have the same weather here.

EG Wow said...

hope the sun shines for you today!

Sandra said...

so beautiful! i love leafless trees.

don said...

I tried to take pictures on such a day yesterday on a trip out-of-town with my daughter. YUK shooting for sure! :-) Yours in a nice silhouette of the trees.

Marie said...

It reminds me of so many winter days in my past! Virginia, Alabama, North Carolina....

Liz said...

Great shot!
I am your newest follower :)

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