Photo by Salt Water New England

Monday, December 21, 2020

White Christmassy

Photos by Salt Water New England










   

18 comments:

  1. Perfection! Thank you so very much for everything!

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  2. I would love to be in New England at Christmas. Thanks for taking me there.

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  3. Magical ... each photo could be a Christmas card !

    Merry Christmas to all my fellow SWNE'ers !!

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  4. Thank you! This is something we can only dream of here in Atlanta. Love it!

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    1. Don't forget Atlanta Snowmageddon in 2011 and 2014 and my favorite, the Great Southeastern Snowstorm of 1973.

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    2. I remember the big snowstorm of '73. In my part of South Carolina the farmers got out their tractors to rescue people stranded on I-95. I was 13 and had never seen so much snow!

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  5. Beautiful! We just don't get these scenes in the South.

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  6. This is my first Christmas in my new home on a tropical island in the caribbean. It doesn't feel like Christmas at all. Bah Humbug.

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    1. I thought Christmas in Tortola pretty special. So I know you can get used to it. Trade the hot buttered run for a painkiller and trade turkey for lobster and you are 2/3 the way there.
      what's that line“Christmas Day is in our grasp so long as we have hands to grasp" or something like that

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  7. May your days be merry and bright. And all your Christmas' be bright.

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  8. May your days be merry and bright. And all your Christmas' be white.

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  9. So perfectly Christmassy!

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  10. There is something indescribable of the pale yellow and white scheme on a gothic or gothic revival house. The red door is almost obligatory to complete the picture.

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  11. Lovely, just lovely, as usual.
    Thank you.

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  12. Simply beautiful. Who needs warm weather.

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  13. Beautiful images. thanks for posting.

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