just wonderful photos!we also got a foot of snow last time - usually I'm all for a good old fashioned nor'easter - but, frankly, I've had enough for this year!
Those pictures are beautiful!
wow- those ARE beautiful!!
Your dad is a great photographer...I always enjoy your pictures!I recently blogged of my family's heritage...the photogrphers took town pictures 110 years ago and the clarity still good ( old photo cards) so you never know where your dad's photos will pop up one day! I am sure my Mr Lippincott would have been very surprised to see me blogging his photos today..LOL 12 inches snow..wow...we have been spared late in the year..I am ready for spring!
Wow! His photos are amazing!
We got about 6+ inches of new white stuff here in Anchorage too, and the redpolls arrived to keep the chickadees company. We had tons of them raiding the three feeders in the back yard this weekend, which made for great "KittyTV" for my three girls watching safely from inside the house. I'm in total denial though, and have hauled out all my Spring decor items, even though Spring is probably officially a month away!Blessings ~ Eileen @ Star's Fault
They are so tiny and delicate. It is a wonder that they survive in such harsh weather! They are beautiful, thanks for sharing! karen... recycledrita.blogspot.com
Love the birds... A foot of snow, WOW!! I don't have a foot of snow, but I'm ready for winter to go too. I need warm weather. I'm so sick of being cold all the time.Stephenie
love these photos-love birds!
Gorgeous bird photography!!!
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