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Thursday, July 27, 2017

How about some coolness...


After all the heat, this is sort of appealing.

22 comments:

Tom said...

...there's been very few warm days here this summer. I will be looking forward to our first snow, but let's have summer and fall first.

Ruth Hiebert said...

That is a refreshing sight in the middle of summer.

Nancy Chan said...

In this hot weather, I wish for a little bit of coolness over here. Have a beautiful day!

Ginny Hartzler said...

It's gorgeous! I need to turn the air conditioner off!

Denise inVA said...

Pretty as a picture :)

orvokki said...

It seems you love winter .. :DD.
This photo is real winter view... but beautiful.

eileeninmd said...

Hello, that is a chilly looking scene. I am not a snow person so I would much rather be hot. Happy Friday! Wishing you a great day and weekend!

Sandra said...

OK I think we need to define COOL... this is COLD, as in ICY cold... it is beautiful but I want my outside to be COOL... nothing under 55 please... if I could pick a perfect day it would be wake up to 65 going to 75 with bright sunshine...

The Furry Gnome said...

Well we haven't had that much heat! In fact we haven't had any really hot days at all. I was thinking of writing a blog post entitled "We Skipped Summer"!

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

NEVER to ME...Ever. But it is a good picture.
xx, Carol

Christine said...

It's a beautiful scene but here in
Ireland we want to hold onto sunshine when we have some !

Terri @ Coloring Outside the Lines said...

Well, I could just about melt in that photo...it has been so blooming hot!

Sandi said...

No, no, no! Stop it!

:-D

The summer is going by too fast.



Small City Scenes said...

It must really be hot there to need a really cold scene to feel better. We have been having warm days but not terribly HOT days. Our nights always cool down into the 40s or 50s but we haven't had any rain in 40 days so I kinda miss the wet---but not a lot.
Those trees on my blog are Poplars---I don't know what kind actually. They are for a windbreak and by the creek. I wish you could come out and visit the ranch. No woods to play in but real different terrain with a beauty of its own. I like it there but do miss the woods when I am there.
MB

Hootin' ♥ Anni said...

Right now....that's totally refreshing!!!! I'm all for it. Unless there's scooping involved....got a snow blower handy?

don said...

It's a great way to help all of us feel a bit cooler. I like the quality of the picture.

Red Rose Alley said...

oh, I love this. I wished it snowed here, Rose. What month was this taken?

~Sheri

Kim Standard said...

Your right! But I am in no hurry for winter 😀

Klara S said...

Pretty picture, but for the time being I'd love to have a little bit of summer. We've experienced so much rain this summer :(

Mildred said...

On the hot/humid days, this looks good! Wishing you a nice weekend.

Bill said...

Cooler, yes. Snow, no thanks. Nice to look at though...:)

happyone said...

I love snow but I'm not quite yet ready for it. It will come soon enough around here. : )

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