Saturday, January 22, 2011

Northeast Outlook

Crow in Snow Storm. Photo by Bruce Barone.
What is the landscape like where you are today?
I would love to hear from you!

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12 comments:

  1. Bruce;

    Nice capture. Haunting - Edger Allen Poe style.

    Jennifer

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  2. Very, very cold.
    With fat bluebirds at my window.

    Gorgeous photograph.

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  3. You once gave me a print of a crow. It fell victim to water damage when the basement family room and office flooded.

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  4. January-such a challenging month for all of us, each and every. This is how I've felt for weeks now, this photograph. Thank you.

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  5. My views have been very similar with my local crows hanging out like always

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  6. Very beautiful Bruce! Looks like you got a lot of snow there. In McKinney, TX my look out of the window looks like this: gray sky, yellow grass and naked trees with a hawk, blue jay or cardinal coming by once in a while, they color my garden :-)

    Franziska San Pedro

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  7. Jennifer, Thank You.
    Pamela, Thank You.
    Steve, I remember that! Now I will send you another.
    Andrea, Thanks for stopping by.
    Dan, Did you see the PBS special on crows?
    Franziska, I would love to see a photo of your garden!

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  8. You can imagine that I love this image ...
    A beautiful and romantic one !
    And after the snow :

    http://thechocolatechipwaffle.blogspot.com/2010/05/waking-up.html
    (I'm sure you will enjoy this).
    See you !

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  9. Valery, I thought you would! And THANK YOU for the link.

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  10. as the crow flies. I am a black bird person.

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  11. Lovely photo, yes, it resembles one on my blog. Thank you for your visit and kind words. It's my first time to your blog, I'm looking forward to checking it out!

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  12. ..Bruce: every time I am ready to get my camera, my colorful friends decide to leave my garden. I think they just want to be adored not photographed :-) Maybe I'll be lucky some time, patiently not giving up!

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