One Word Photo Challenge: Winter

One Word Photo Challenge: Winter

Night time cherry tree – Massachusetts
Ice flow off the mountain – Vermont

Blue spruce – Vermont
Turkey gathering – Vermont
Turkey tree – Vermont
Late afternoon snowfall – Vermont
Rare snow event – Virginia
Ice fishing – Vermont
Lake Willoughby – Vermont
Frozen berries – Massachusetts
The final descent – Vermont
King of the Mountain - Alaska
King of the Mountain – Alaska

I guess you could say I love winter and I’m glad it’s almost here

Cheers πŸ™‚

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17 thoughts on “One Word Photo Challenge: Winter”

    1. I love the Burlington area, but I lived on the other side…the Northeast Kingdom some and Northfield the majority of my growing up years. I think being a Vermonter is in the blood…I’ve never NOT felt like a Vermonter, no matter where I live. I always miss it (well, not the spring…mudseason sucked…literally) πŸ˜‰

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        1.’re kidding! My Grandfather worked at Norwich also and almost everyone I know went to school there. lol Hazard of being a townie I guess. What’s your Dad’s last name? It’s small enough town, we probably knew him…or at least the name. And boy, the world gets smaller every day!
          (and Craftsbury is in my top 3 favorite VT towns)

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            1. This is so cool. My mom was class of ’57 so she would have been a freshman I’d guess when you dad was a senior? Of course, that’s assuming you meant he graduated from Nfld in ’53 and not Middlebury. Just realized it could be taken either way. πŸ™‚ I’ll have to ask her if she knew Don Peach. You wouldn’t happen to know where in town he lived do you?


    1. Thanks Jennifer πŸ™‚ That cherry tree was a continual source of inspiration during the seasons. And that ice is a phenomenon every winter and it’s never the same. It’s quite stunning.

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