a winter’s day, in a deep and dark December…

# 3638

# 3638

It’s 93° (F) in Webster (Where Life is Worth Living) and I thought being surrounded by ice would be a good idea.

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24 thoughts on “a winter’s day, in a deep and dark December…

  1. LensScaper

    I know exactly what you mean. I really enjoy my daily trip to the small local supermarket to collect the daily newspaper. I walk round the Chiller aisles twice just to cool down! Love the image, Ken

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    1. oneowner Post author

      I do exactly the same thing. I have gotten pretty good at looking at frozen foods and pretending I’m actually interested in them.

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  2. John

    Nice shot – only five months until that kind of weather shows up in earnest around here. (November and December are usually pretty tame here in Denver…)

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  3. Paul

    In winter, we want summer. In summer, prefer winter … even in Webster, where life is worth living. 🙂

    Lovely shot, Ken.

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      1. Melinda Green Harvey

        Yes, I am a Paul Simon fan, too. His album “So Beautiful or So What” is almost exactly the same length as my drive to work; there are quite a few days where I listen to it on my drive.

        Garfunkel? I don’t know, either….

    1. oneowner Post author

      You would not like Webster (Where Life is Worth Living) or, more accurately “Where the wind keeps blowing except on days when you really need it”.

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    1. oneowner Post author

      Thanks, John. With all the snow we get we have to shoot these leaves in the ice before the snow flies. After that, it’s all over. It’s a short season.

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