Thursday, February 17, 2011

My Final Favorite Winter Macros of 2011

Yes, I have decided that winter is over!  After Mother Nature crammed a whole winter into the previous two weeks, I have put my foot down! No more winter!!  So here are my final favorite macros of winter 2011...








To see my other winter 2011  macros click here.

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16 comments:

  1. PS. I love pinecones! Love your pictures.

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  2. These are beautiful! Great job. I wish I could of seen some snow this winter.

    But I'm so looking forward to spring!

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  3. Great macro's! I love the first one.
    I am so ready for summer.

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  4. Hi Lesa,

    What beautiful photos! I am ready for summer too. I hadn't seen this blog of yours yet, and I'm looking forward to exploring it.

    Thanks for stopping by to say hi yesterday. I hope that you have a wonderful weekend!

    Kathy

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  5. Great snowy photos. I wish our winter lasted 2 weeks and not 5 months.

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  6. Beautiful shots but I am with you. No more winter, I want Spring! xxx

    Thanks for the visit by the way.

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  7. Oregon Kathy: Hi! I'm so happy you found my other blog-- this one is for all my other interests besides books-- plus lots of Talon for family.

    :o)

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  8. Those are really pretty Lesa! What lovely pictures. You only had winter for 2 weeks? I am so super jealous!

    Thank you so much for coming over to Communal Global and following. We are happy to have you!

    We have been doing this for over a year now and having a great time learning about each others lives!

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  9. I enjoyed your final winter macros! Your photos are really beautiful. My favorite is the last one. I love the little piles of snow on the branches.

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  10. Kaishon: Oh no, we aren't so lucky! Winter is about 4 months long-- it is just that the last 2wks were so extreme with 3 back to back ice/snow storms and temps below zero. We usually get 3 or 4 winter storms the entire season so that was like having the whole shebang in two weeks!! Way too much winter at once for me!!

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  11. These are beautiful pictures!you sure know good shots.Like them all,but the 2nd one is so nature formed,not a manmade touch to it.Put more on.

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  12. Thanks for all the visits and lovely comments!

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  13. Oh cool! So you're an original East Texas gal! I had seen by your headline that you were a Texas city girl. Yeah, I lived in Dallas for 10 yrs, then got out to Rockwall area for 8 yrs, then further out to Kaufman County near Cedar Creek Lake area for the past 9 yrs. Really really like this area for the oak trees, sandy soil, affordable land, and we've been blessed with lots of beauty and great neighbors too. :) I'm originally from Wisconsin, but this place in NE Texas is my heaven. :)

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  14. Yep-- about as original E Texan as it gets unless you count the 7 months in W. Tx as a baby. So glad my parents moved to E. Tx-- Pine trees are much prettier than tumbleweeds!

    I grew up in Longview and have family around the Palestine area.

    Don't think I've been to the Cedar Lake area but your property looks lovely!

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