Wednesday, February 22, 2012

WORDLESS WEDNESDAYS

WORDLESS WEDNESDAYS




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6 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos, Rebecka. I like the forest in winter but love and expect spring time. Thanks for visit my blog.

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  2. What a beautiful pictures! You captured the magic snow brings.. Even here we had tons of snow a couple of weeks ago, schools closed, no traffic.. but I prefer snow if I can go to the mountains rather than here in the city! a big hug!

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  3. lovely click...do visit my blog..u'll get good new deals and Indian recipes too..

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  4. Oh, how I love snow! We've been gyped this year in Minnesota. Your photos are beautiful! I'm a sucker for snowy pines. Thanks for sharing:)

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  5. Wow... we don't have snow here but I love how it makes everything look "clean" :) Great shots!

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  6. Teo, I've really enjoyed visiting your blog!! Fab recipes! I'm so ready for spring but have at least 2 more months of snow. Our summer is very short here in the mountains and although the snow is beautiful I'm tired of driving or I should slipping around in it!!

    Francy, Snow is so much better if you can sit by the fire with your loved ones and sip a hot cocoa. Sorry you've been dealing with adverse weather!

    Tips, I'll be stopping by your blog to check out your recipes. I love Indian food but have to make it when my husband isn't home. So sad he's just a meat and potatoes kinda guy!

    Stella, I agree, snowy pines are a sight to see. Unfortunately, I missed a great shot the other day. The pines were covered in frost and the sun was glistening. I should never leave the house without my camera! :(

    Hi Anne, so nice to see you!! Hope all is well with you. Maybe some day you'll have the opportunity to visit and see some snow first hand! HUGS!

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