Thursday, January 20, 2011

Color Where You Find It


Taken January 3, 2011.

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9 comments:

  1. Morning Andi,

    I really like the contrast between the colors, plus the focused and blurred parts.

    I don't believe it, but they're predicting we're supposed to get more sleet down here.

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  2. Morning Whit. Ugh sleet. I'd much rather have snow (which is what we're having now) than either sleet or freezing rain.

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  3. Fungus--quite beautiful. The subtle green moss on the bark adds even more color.

    Been busy and needing to use my morning time doing writerly things. So I've retreated a bit from online.

    Waves to FM and George and Candis--miss visiting to see your pics.

    Beth, sounds like a great time out in S.D. Filling your soul with ocean to take back to the desert.

    Maria--pondering your writer self. I think something big will break for you this year. A new character or idea that flows like the wind.

    Waves to Farf, Dina, Kelly, Jim, Nicky and all others to come.

    Thursday Winking at Friday.

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  4. Waves to all.

    Beth, I am envious - I love to go whale watching. They are such magnificent beasties.

    My sympathies, Whit, on the sleet - we have had enough of it this week. Today, on the other hand, is a beautiful winter day. Tomorrow is supposed to be snow. The result of having four seasons, but I love the seasons.

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  5. Morning, gang!!

    FM - bugger on the sleet. :( After yesterday's cruel spring teaser of a day, we're getting cold & snow tonight. Bah, humbug.

    Lisa!! A new character or idea that flows like the wind. WOWZA. ::raises hand:: Yes, please. Where can I sign up? ::g::

    Beth, si - pictures, please! I <3 San Diego so much, yet my visits there have been soooo limited.

    @ the mimes early today. Up at 5:30, 30 mins on the bike. w00t! I am in lurve with endorphins!

    Wishing you all a great day!

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  6. The fungus is among us!

    (from yesterday) Janet, I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one to describe weather as "nippily." >8-}

    Whit, Andi, we're supposed to get snow tonight here, but no accumulation. The only snow remaining to be seen here is what's left of the accessorized snowman… just a lump (one lump, not two).

    Lisa, many productivity vibes for the writerly things.

    Dina, you should move to Planet Georgia if you love seasons. I like to say we have twelve seasons.

    Maria, maybe a zephyr?

    I found a half-written short in my pile and finished it out for tomorrow's #FridayFlash. The subject is… whimsical, even if the story's a little sad. I'll finish tweaking it up tonight and have it up tomorrow morning.

    Later!

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  7. Howdy Lisa. I'm glad you got some time for writing but I also happy you're back -- I missed you.

    I love the seasons too. Jim and I love the desert southwest but we couldn't ever live out there -- couldn't do without all four seasons and the deciduous forest.

    Wow, exercising at 5:30 a.m. -- now that is the sign of a disciplined mind, Maria.

    We're up to about 4 inches now and it's still snowing so looks like we'll have the accumulation instead, Farf.

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  8. Snow day #5 and we aren't even into February, our snowiest month, yet. One more and I'm going to be in school in June. That cuts into my time on the bike, but it has been fun walking with Andi & the pack.

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  9. Eep, -5 now with -16 windchill. On its way down to -19 with -26 windchill. May not be snowshoeing tomorrow.

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