Thursday, February 11, 2010

SkyWatch Friday - Season 4 - Episode #31


This week I am featuring the Burnham Log House, Winnetka, Illinois, photographed during blizzard conditions Tuesday, February 9th. If you would like more information click here:
http://winnetkahistory.org/indexphp?id=170. Isn't it hard to see where the sky begins and the land ends?
Thanks to the skywatch team who are: Klaus, Sandy, Wren, Fishing Guy, Louise and Sylvia for all your hard work in making Skywatch Friday possible. Click here to participate or view other skies from all over the world: http://skyley.blogspot.com/.

23 comments:

  1. It is hard to get anything right now that does not have snow in it. We area getting a big one for our area. Never had this much in 32 years.

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  2. Fascinating view ;-)
    This winter seems to be a DOOZIE for the folks on the East Coast! Our West Coast weather is soooo different.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  3. Pretty vision in white, reminds me of cozy afternoons by the fire and shoveling for hours and hours. Hope you get to enjoy your weekend.

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  4. thats loads of snow..ive been seeing so much of it in almost all the pics, but every pic looks so beautiful

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  5. Its as if the log cabin in the distance represents the ancestors that are lodged in time watching over the young tree in the center of the photo.

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  6. Great moment!!! Lovely photo!!!Thanks for sharing!!! Have a nice SWF!!

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  7. Great shot, it looks cold to me.....

    Thanks for your visit and comment on my SWF-post.

    Happy SWF!

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  8. Great shot! The sky isn´t always blue...

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  9. Nice photo :-)

    Have a blissful weekend!!!

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  10. Tell me about it. It has been like that the entire winter. :( Makes for some great shots, but in teh end it is too much.

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  11. Looks very cold to me! As Jom said, the sky isn't always blue - this is something that doing SWF has taught me - to learn to look for the beauty and interest in all kinds of skies and weather conditions. I hope you warm up soon!

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  12. Thanks for commenting last week. I don't know what kind of cell phone was used to take the picture. There is a link below the photograph to the photographer himself.

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  13. Looks like a very cozy place to be in on a long winter's day. I got a huge kick out of the song that you posted, I think it's called "Summer Place" LOL!

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  14. Very interesting. I'd love to see the inside of a log cabin.
    Have a great weekend!

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  15. That's a lovely shot. The log house in the snow sets a wonderful mood, almost as if a story will begin soon.

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  16. I love such winter scenes, we don't have that much snow in my city. Have a warm and pleasant weekend, ciao! :-)

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  17. It's a very nice winter scene, but the photo in your header is simply great!
    Enjoy your weekend!

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  18. It looks very cold, but beautiful too. Your header photo looks lovely also.

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  19. Chilly scene..glad I am not there...lol
    We have our own snow and freezing rain here.

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  20. It looks cold, but beautiful. I hope the weather clears soon.

    Happy Valentine's Day!

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