Wednesday, January 3, 2018

Wordless Wednesday

Wordless Wednesday (WW) is a visual blogosphere phenomenon.

WW is a simple blog post featuring a photo which conveys a message that speaks for itself without using words.
A Winter Wonderland

Image Credit: Mozarts Children

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2. Marv
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4. Margs Animals
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7. 15andmoewing
8. messymimi
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10. Create with Joy
11. Julie Huston
12. CatSynth
13. Mitch
14. Indrani
15. An Optimistic
16. Photo by Manka
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18. Esha
19. Birgitta
20. Gattina
21. Bill
22. NatureFootstep
23. Anamika
24. Beth F
25. Deb Nance
26. Meet Binky
27. Balaka
28. Leslie
29. Kathe W.
30. Hairballs and Hissyfits
31. Parul Thakur
32. Mr. M
33. Livets Rose
34. Shiju Sugunan
35. SuziQ
36. Emma & Buster
37. Positive Practice
38. McGuffy's Reader
39. Mike Golch
40. Carol
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42. Les
43. Adventures in Weseland
44. Rusty Ring
45. Ascending Butterfly
46. Maphead's Book Blog
47. Julian
48. Twisted Cinderella
49. Klara S
50. Sara Chapman
51. Mittened Hands
52. Tots & Me

64 comments:

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    1. My thought exactly. :)

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  2. It looks pretty, but awfully cold :-)

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    1. Yes, the cold is the downside. It's a beautiful place though. :)

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  3. This is going to sound strange coming from a snow hater like me but I would like being stranded in a spot just like that. Of course I would need internet access and a way to get out if I so choose to...lol

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    1. I'm with you on this. What a great place to stay warm inside and do whatever you wanted. :)

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  4. Sandee,

    Beautiful but so cold! You'd find me in that cabin next to the fireplace with a hot cup of cocoa. :) Have a good day and keep warm!

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    1. I'll be in the other chair. :)

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  5. Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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    1. You could freeze your beak off being there. :)

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  6. I see nothing pleasant in all that coldness.

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    1. If I'm inside with a nice fire and a great book or two, I'd be just fine. :)

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  7. Very serene and beautiful photo ~ snow coming here Th ~

    Happy Week to You,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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    1. Happy week to you too, Carol. Scritches to Zoe. :)

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  8. Coming soon to the south east.

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    1. Yes, they are getting hit hard in the east. :)

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  9. Great snowy photo! Cozy! xoxo

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    1. You need more snow and the east need less. :)

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  10. WOW....I love it. So beautiful.

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    1. I could vacation there for a couple of weeks. :)

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  11. almost makes winter look liveable!!

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    1. Almost. We don't get snow here and today I'm getting my nails and toes done and wearing thongs is no big deal. :)

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  12. Unfortunately, we've been getting enough snow lately so this picture doesn't help. Ha,ha,ha. I want to see a picture woth sun and beach an blue skies. I think I want my cruise. See ya Sandee.

    Cruisin Paul

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    1. You'll be on your cruise soon. :)

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  13. Snow White House in a jungle on a winter day (night)!
    Have a great day!

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    1. You have a great day too. :)

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  14. Anonymous1/03/2018

    Oh, I love this. This is my kind of place. HUGS.

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    1. Mine too. I would enjoy visiting here for a bit. Nice fire going, lots of books and something warm to drink. :)

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  15. Mine's up! :) :-f :-h d-)

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    1. And I loved it too, Mike. :)

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    1. Especially if you're somewhere without snow and you're warm. :)

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  17. A pretty place, i want to be in there in front of a fire with a cup of hot tea.

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    1. It does look ever so peaceful. :)

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  19. Anonymous1/03/2018

    That's where you can actually hear the snow fall. :)

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    1. I've been in places like that. So quiet. :)

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  20. Beautiful scene! So cold outside but could feel the warmth inside the building!

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    1. Inside is nice and cozy. :)

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  21. Quite pretty but too cold for me.

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    1. I could live in Hawaii year around. I'm a fair weather kind of gal too. :)

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  22. What a charming picture of Tallahassee, Florida ;)

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    1. You are having some unusual cold right now. :)

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    2. Yes, we are and it's not welcome by me, but my husband, Mr. born and bred in New Hampshire, is loving it.

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    3. I'm a fair weather kind of gal. Rather warmer than colder. :)

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  23. Stay inside that cabin!

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    1. I agree. It's nice to look at, but living there would be trying. :)

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  24. It was 38 degrees here this morning in south Florida. I'm just waiting for the snow to come (not really). I've got my heater on, lolol!

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    1. That's the average low here in the winter. It warms up to the low 60s each day though. :)

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    2. Well we're used to these kinds of winters. Pretty mild to us. :)

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  25. Lovely. We have had the flu this week, and a nice little spot like that to sit in would have been lovely!

    Happy New Year :)

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    1. Sorry you've been sick. It's going around here too. :)

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  26. Brr! Couldn't you post a picture of a beach scene? It's cold enough this week! :)

    Hope you had a wonderful holiday break, Sandee!

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    1. This is the last cold one. I'm posting Japanese food next week. :)

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  27. This house is magical and looks so cosy...think we'll move in. mew...mol

    Shoko and Kali

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    1. It does look cozy. I would love to stay there for a bit. :)

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  28. Hot chocolate time!

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    1. You have that right, Marti. :)

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  29. Hi Sandee, how lovely. One day I'd love to spend the festive period in a place like that.

    xx

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    1. I would too. It's most serene and I like serene. :)

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