Tuesday, February 28, 2012

2/29 Outdoor Wednesday - #164


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Winter here in Illinois has been usually warm for this time of year.  Here are some photos of Lake Michigan taken at Evanston Beach near Northwestern University during a recent snow storm. 

Glad you visited.    Meanwhile, take care.   See you next week.

13 comments:

  1. Everybody from the cold climates say their winters are warmer and shorter than the normal, and I heard before that climate change will make cold climes colder and hot climes hotter. If you are getting warmer, i hope we will get colder, so we might at last have the privileged of experiencing colder temps. But i hope it will not be totally reversed or many of us will die, haha!

    [regarding my post: I think the landscape designer of this one is as naughty as I am, creating a mossy lady with Tillandsia hair in the landscape]

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  2. Very creative photos! Your header is pretty awesome also ~ namaste, Carol linked with Watery W

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  3. That's a lot of snow! A few more months, summer will be here!

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  4. Very interesting compositions, so great. New follower and I love the music on your blog!

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  5. Nice pictures and frost. I wish him well. Greetings.

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  6. Great shots of the snow. We have had almost no snow here in the NC mountains. I'm ready for spring. I love reading your quotes.
    Hugs, Jeanne

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  7. On the fourth shot it looks almost like paint. Nice snow shots.

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  8. sorry, haven't been visiting you for a long time. Looking at your frozen pier makes me think of when I was a university student in Windsor. Brrrrr, so very cold.

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  9. My oh, did you take good advantage of this photo opportunity, What a gift from nature. Looks great.

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  10. Wow! Wonderful series! Very well done!
    :)

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