21 January 2015

Wordless Wednesday


















42 comments:

  1. Great shots. The last one is amazing :)

    LG Andy

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  2. There is no getting away from it, your photo's bring the cold out of them. Superb series

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  3. Das sind wundervolle Bilde.

    LG Mathilda ♥

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  4. Hello Gunilla,
    This looks icy cold, beautiful pictures.
    Here still no real winter.
    Best regards,
    Irma

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  5. Cracking series of winter scenes but I can imagine how cold it is there even when the sun is shining

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    1. Thank you, Margaret! We haven't had very many cold days here in the south this winter.

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  6. That house seems entirely too close to that water! :-)

    Here's my Wordless Wednesday!

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    1. Thank you, Deb! I think it's an old factory. It has probably used water power once upon a time.

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  7. Beautiful! Love the houses. The lighting though the woods is beautiful.

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  8. They are amazing shots. I'd just be afraid of high water at that house!

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    1. Thank you, Jennifer! The first is a restaurant, the other is empty.

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  9. What a lovely place to walk. Is the building a mill or station of some sort?

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    1. Thank you! The first building is a former wool factory. I'm not sure what the other building was used for.

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  10. Å så vackert ställe ,jättefina isbilder ,kram Nette

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  11. Buen contraste entre el dorado del sol y el frío de la helada en los campos.
    Un abrazo,

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  12. Great pictures. Really drew me in.

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  13. Vantaakin osaa olla kaunis… hih. (Kun yleensä sen mieltää kehä III:ksi ja rekoiksi ja teollisuusalueeksi)
    Tosi kauniit kuvat.

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    1. Kiitos, Orvokki! Pakko myöntää, että en tunne Vantaata kovinkaan hyvin, mutta Vantaankoskella käyn säännöllisesti.

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  14. Yes, it's cold! I like the golden light in your shots, and the river.

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  15. beautiful light and Yep I can see it's very cold.

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    1. Thank you, Felicia! There were lots of photographers at the river despite the cold.

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  16. No wonder this is a "wordless" post!!!
    The photos say it all!!
    My, that is a lot of water!
    Great shots here, Gunilla :)
    Keep well!

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    1. Thank you, Noushka! It's been a wet autumn and winter. Take care.

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  17. Brrrrr ...... looks really cool, but also very beautiful! Some foot's have wonderful "golden" light. Great to see.

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  18. I am freezing looking at your photos !

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  19. Hi Gunilla,
    I smiled with pleasure when I saw your visit to my Bromeliad Post. Thank you so much.

    Then arriving here and seeing your wonderful snowy images has me simply sighing.
    Where I am in Queensland has been very hot and humid. Without air-conditioning only fans and draping wet towels about helped.

    As cold as it would be at times for you, to live where there is snow and ice like you experience would truly be lovely, and would surely mean you do not have yukky hot Summers... I'm so not a hot Summer person.

    Besides all my yearning and longing to not be having Summer, these photos are truly beautiful.
    I'm quite awed how close the dwellings are to the water.
    And the water looks delectably cool.

    Snow, ice, water, trees and dwellings together create beautiful picturesque scenes.
    A pleasure to have experienced these images, as well as them being a soothing tonic.
    Thanks for sharing.

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