Oh, dear lady....this photo took my breath away!STUNNING shot!I've been wanting to ask you, what kind of camera do you use because your photos are always so professional-looking?"If we had no winter, the spring would not be so pleasant: if we did not sometimes taste of adversity, prosperity would not be so welcome."How true is that!I'm one of those unusual people who adores winter and sometimes wishes that it could be winter all the time. However, I think if I ever got my wish, winter wouldn't be as special.Lovely post!Wishing you a beautiful weekend!X
@Ron- On Ron, thank you so much! You certainly know how to make ones day! :o)...Actually we have a seven year old Kodak with two pixels. Yeah, count 'em, two. *sigh* I can't tell you how many photos I have to take before one photo comes out right. And many times even with taking a kazillion photos I don't even get lucky....This was taken in early morning after one of those velvety snows, it was as awesome as you see in the photo. That is in our backyard looking down toward the lake. That's our big ol' Mulberry Tree you see in the foreground holding our tire swing. :o)...Again, thank you so much!...Enjoy your weekend dear!...Blessings too... :o)
...Oh, and one more thing, this photo was tweaked, tweeked? just a wee bit in Photobucket too. :o)
OMG, I'm in AWE that you took this with a 2 pixel!!!!Just goes to show, what a faaaaaaabulous photographer you are!I just got a new Nikon camera with 12 pixels, and like you, I sometimes have to take a kazillion before I get even one good shot. Yeah, I tweak my photos too sometimes.Lovely backyard you have!Hope you're having a super Sunday!X
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