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Nature's Inspiration Movie

http://www.flickspire.com/m/HealthierL433/NaturesInspiration -- Nature's Inspiration Movie: The photographs in this short video are from award-winning photographer, Ken Jenkins, and they are breathtaking. However, this video is much more than beautiful photographs! Peggy Anderson has compiled beautiful quotations from the likes of Emerson, Thoreau, and many others that truly capture the beauty of nature and solitude. Absolute must watch for nature lovers.

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Winter Storm Janus (Jan 21 -- 22) -- Picture Only Post







19 comments:

  1. So the storm you mentioned yesterday did arrive. Quite a change of scene!

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  2. Pretty snowy scenes, it looks much the same here. I believe we had another 8 or more inches yesterday.. I am so ready for spring, this winter is awful..

    Have a happy day!

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    1. Eileeninmd, I tried to capture that bird in the bird-feeder, but didn't come out nicely like your pics. We had 14 inches or more.

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  3. Wonderful winter images there KL - stateside is having a terrible time of it this year. Following on from your comments on my blog - we are experiencing a very odd winter - less than 5 days of frost, little rain and sunny days!! I suspect it's all going to hit us with a vengeance!!!

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    1. Angie, I hope it doesn't hit you all with vengeance. But, perhaps these are all results of climate change :-(.

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  4. One would think you are in Canada!

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    1. :-):-):-)...that's true, but we do get fair share of our snow :-).

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  5. There has been a lot about the weather in US on the news over here lately, about the extremely cold weather and the storms. I feel for you, I know what very cold weather feels like, being from Norway, and I am so glad I no longer live there and have to endure down to minus 30F every winter!
    We have had a lot of weather over here too the last 6 weeks, although slightly different kind of weather, mild, but with one storm after the other and way too much rain so many people have had their houses flooded. I have not been affected but my garden is saturated to the point where every time I lift a pot or a container, water will drip out from the bottom. I look forward to a dry and sunny spring – that would be lovely!
    Have a great day :-)

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    1. Helene, that much rain is also not good for plants as they drown in :-(. I hope your plants are great so far.

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  6. Now go have your husband shovel all that

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    1. Joolz, eh!? Why should I have my husband shovel all that?

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  7. HI KL, oh my gosh, that looks like a lot of snow! It is beautiful, but I rather would prefer to watch it from the cozy warmth and protection of the inside of a house ;-). Stay warm, spring will come eventually. Warm regards,
    Christina

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  8. Oh dear, I would not survive living under such a condition... beautiful, yes... but too cold for me... anyway, thank you very much for commenting on my underwater photos... the latest photos were taken with Olympus XZ-2, with underwater housing... unfortunately, the housing leaked and I have to get anew camera...

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  9. We didn't get as much snow as you did but lots of very cold temps. The snow is a wonderful insulator for the garden. Plus, shoveling is great exercise! :o)

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  10. Yeah, that looks familiar. We were supposed to get a blizzard Sunday but it missed us, thankfully. Temps are going as low as -19, though.

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  11. Lots of snow...we got some too but it is the cold that is the problem now...hope you are keeping warm!

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  12. It looks so pretty but I'm sure you are hoping for Spring. Hope it arrives soon.

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  13. Winter looks beautiful -- but so very cold. I'm glad you're planning a vacation. That mosaic is beautifully made.

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