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Yearly my husband and I go to a foot clinic in the city. Afterward, I peeked through this fence in a nearby park and look who was peeking back at me....a Canada Goose. I guess, they are heading north already.
Then I spied with my "little eyes" this bike or walking trail.
Walking back towards the car what do I see but a sign wishing us KEEP HAVING A GOOD DAY.
And so it is.
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I've noticed that lately the sky and the ice covered rivers, lakes and streams are about the same color which is gray. So I played with this image in Picasa until it super-sized the grayness. Soon the trees will have buds and the ice will melt. It has been a long cold winter here in Illinois. Today, I opened the front and back screen doors to let the fresh air into our home. Tomorrow we are expecting 50 degree weather. I will welcome Spring this year.
Photo taken at Ralph Frese River Trail, North Branch River
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Greetings and Salutations from Illinois! It is very cold here. This A.M. it was 8 above zero then later on it warmed up into the 20s. At the beach it is windy, the waves are frozen into hills and when I squat to take a photograph a strange dog comes by and licks my face and jumps all around me. I noticed a lot of ice everywhere I was walking and so tensed up but continued my shoot. Patience helps. Along came a person to walk along the sandy section of the beach and that is when I snapped this shot. Sky is almost the same color as the snow and ice on the shoreline and then there is a section of blue exposed gently in the corner. Tomorrow it is suppose to reach temperatures in the 30s. I can hardly wait to experience the ice melting on the sidewalks, alleys and streets. Some malls have snow piled up in their parking lots so high I wonder if the snow will ever melt; but of course, it will.