Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Wordless Wednesday







"Sunlight is painting."
~Nathaniel Hawthorne

60 comments:

  1. Funny that I thought of posting a photo of an Icicle today and there you post one which I might add looks much better.

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  2. LOVE ther icicle photo...I love the sun illuminating it.

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    1. Thanks. That one is my favorite, too. ☺

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  3. Beautiful Shots! My kids (9, 5, 2) starting yelling at me yesterday morning as we were getting ready to head out the door. I yelled back an exasperated "WHAT!" They started jumping up and down yelling "come see!!" They had a beautiful pink and blue sunrise to show me. I was totally humbled in that moment!

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    1. Kids are amazing, aren't they? We can learn so much from them.

      Thanks. :)

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    1. Thanks. I thought it fit pretty well.

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  5. Great quote and beautiful photography!

    Carol of (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

    thanx for 'visiting' !

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  6. Great picture of the icicles! I used to always enjoy looking at them along buildings.

    have a great day Dana!

    betty

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    1. Thanks, Betty. I love looking at them, too—especially when the sunlight catches them.

      Hope you're having a great day. :)

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    1. Yes—and that was actually one of the smaller ones!

      Thanks, Jamie. :)

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  8. Wow! Don't stand under those babies!!
    Great quote too:-)

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    1. So true! It's definitely best to stand clear of them!

      Thanks, Joey. :)

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  9. So pretty! But Joey is right - don't stand under the icicles!

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  10. Beautiful, Dana! Sunlight, ice, and sky are fabulous "painters" ;-)

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    1. They really are. Thanks, Teresa. :)

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    1. It was a lovely, never-to-forget kind of day. :)

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  12. Hopefully that sun warms up enough to melt those icicles for you!

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    1. I hope so, too—although my kids really love them!

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    1. I thought it was perfect for these pics. :)

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    1. They're even better in person. :)

      Thanks!

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  15. These are awesome shots Dana! I like the quote. It is always great to see the effect of the sun in pictures. Enjoy the rest of your Wednesday.

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  16. "Sunshine is painting."
    A much more upbeat thought than the 'Scarlet Letter.'

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  17. These images sure do speak to these words!

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  18. lovely pics with great accompanying words.

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  19. Great catch, I like these delicious photos, beautiful!

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  20. Beautiful sunlight photos! Well done!

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    1. I'm glad I took the pictures. Those icicles are gone now. :)

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  22. I'm shocked at myself at almost missing such winter scenes! We don't have those here in my part of New Zealand, but I remember them well from Chicago.

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    1. I'm from Upper Michigan, and I'm actually used to much more snow than we get here—and like you, I'm also surprised that I miss it sometimes. :)

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  23. I have some long icicles hanging from my roof too. Sunshine sure makes a day more tolerable during winter for sure! thanks for stopping & commenting. Next time be sure to link up to help other interested readers find YOU as well :o) Faythe @ GMT

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    1. Yes, winter without sunshine would be very dreary indeed.

      Thanks for stopping by. :)

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  24. That is neat and you never get the same painting twice.

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