Wordless Wednesday. 🙂
Is WW an official day?
Not to rub it in…but our snow is gone. It was almost 80 deg Monday as I golfed.
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Wow! We had 70…followed by 40 the next day. brrrrrrr.
Yes, it is kind of raw this morning. Our nearby station shows we set a record at 82˚Monday. Now we are back to normal.
Funny how cold normal feels…
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I don’t think so, Jim. It’s just something I picked up on Facebook. I think I like it. 🙂
That’s okay to rub it in. I’m glad someone is enjoying good weather.
Magnificent, Steve. This photo needs no words.
I prefer to not say much when possible, Melissa. Then there are the times I won’t shut up. 🙂
Words or wordless, your posts are always a delight, Steve 🙂
Love those birch tress set against a background of evergreen trees of which I know not the name. Fir, pine, hemlock? This made a gorgeous picture what ever the trees names.
I have photographed that birch from this spot a few times, Yvonne. I need to hike in and inventory the trees. I do like the way that birch contrasts with the conifers. Thanks.
I believe I recognize that birch:
I understand why you find it so appealing.
Yes, that’s the one as is this one.
I have to hike in and get some closer images.
We’ll be waiting.
Regulating? Who’s regulating what? Are there too many birch in your neighborhood? Are they the wrong height? Are they too close to the Dam Road? Are the evergreens feeling crowded or put upon? Have they filed a complaint? Inquiring minds want to know!
Other minds just think it’s a great photo. A few other photographers I follow take part in Wordless Wednesday. It seems to be quite popular.
So many questions and so few answers. Which fits nicely with Wordless Wednesday. Although I am sometimes a chatterbox, as a rule I can easily say nothing at all and WW suits me just fine. Enough said. 😉
I like your choice for monochrome rendering of this texture-rich image, Steve. It invites a hike in.
Thanks, Gary. One of these days. It’s a little longer than I care to hike in the snow at this point, but once the road is clear I’ll be on my way.
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