…for Valentine’s Day. Hope you’re having a great one!
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Thanks, Cindy, I’m happy to hear that you approve!
That’s red, alright. This works great with all the white. Is this your place?
Yup, it’s the current homestead, for hopefully the next half-year or so. Are you interested in a great place to settle in Omaha?
The roots here are too deep.
Thank you. It’s been a very nice day, and I hope yours was the same. Question: What are the uprights that flank the front stoop? I can’t make it out and it looks like a string of hot peppers.
My, what sharp little eyes you have. They are not hot peppers (though I’m a great fan), but rather pine cones inserted into strings of pear-shaped shower-curtain-hangers. Happy V-Day, Winnie!
What a striking contrast to the snow. Very nice, Gary.
Thanks, Scott, that was a memorable snowfall. Love it when it sticks to everything like that!
Wonderful striking image. Love it
It seemed appropriate for the occasion. Thanks for confirming that!
Love this! We are hoping to move ourselves up to Omaha within the year. Only time will tell.
Our decision to move to Omaha 18 years ago was a very good one, and we’ve just loved it here. Just you wait and see!
I’m so glad to hear that. I’ll be sad, in parts, to leave Texas, but the traffic and the craziness, and the expense and the distance from family and friends has been hard. Texas is beautiful and fun and there’s a pride here that you can’t find anywhere else, and I hope to carry that with me.
That’s a yummy red, all right, and it makes a great contrast with the snow.
That’s a great adjective, Steve, as I’ve come to expect from you. Thanks a lot!
Your comment made me realize that there’s no store you can go to to buy adjectives. You can go shopping for oranges, mouse traps, postage stamps, pajamas, and paint, but not adjectives.
Actually, I have a few really choice ones that I’ve put aside for a rainy day and haven’t used for quite a while; I might be able to give you a pretty good bargain price on one or two…
Love this, Gary – that red works very well. Adrian
It was such a beautiful, clear morning after the silent, sticky snowfall; that helped a lot with the contrasting colors. You’ll notice that I mentioned HDR in the subject tags–I have it just a little tweak to increase the saturation. It’s good to hear that you didn’t think I overdid it. Thanks for your good opinion, Adrian!
Very striking image, Gary!
It was a very striking day, and wonderful to be out in it with a camera. I think I could have shot blind backwards over my shoulder with good results!
Wonderful photo! The trees look so very pretty with snow.
Thank you very much, Laura, for visiting me and letting me know you liked what you found!