Thursday, January 28, 2010

January Afternoon





Walking in the snow, talking about Salinger, changes, and the glow in the distance.

30 comments:

  1. I'd say you had a perfect evening, my friend. But, of course, you know that. Better than anybody. Don't you love having a husband that you can laugh yourself silly with and then turn around and have serious discussions with. Plus, everything in between. We are so very blessed to share our lives with men who are so wonderful. And, of course, know how wonderful we are. ;^)

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  2. Gigi, what gorgeous shots! That first one is maybe my favorite. Like an entire story in a single image. Lovely. OX

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  3. Wow, beautiful photos, Gigi...that first one really made me smile! Have a peaceful weekend, my endlessly thoughtful friend! Smile! :) xxoo

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  4. Stunning pictures and good subjects!

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  5. Such beautiful pictures.
    Do you ever, like me, wish you could also add the sounds you hear to your photographs?
    Thank you for sharing these....that sunset glow is so calming.
    xo

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  6. I always love your photographs, Gigi.
    They have a real 'Gigi' personality about them.
    Photographs are very similar to paintings. Part of the person who has taken it, (or painted it) definitely comes through.
    Have a smashing weekend, Gigi. XXXX

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  7. These images make my heart sing...more open to the beauty of winter. ;o) Just read the news of Salinger...hubby & I have been talking literature too today. I relish such talk... and sunset glow. Happy Weekend, my friend ((HUGS))

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  8. Beautiful, thoughtful photos of a place I know and love! Felt like I was there taking a walk, too!

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  9. Beautiful, cold but beautiful. I too am thinking and talking about Salinger.

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  10. I love the pictures--especially the second one. I love that you can find the beauty even on these gray winter days. Your photos are inspiring!

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  11. oh so beautiful. the 3rd and last one make my heart skip a beat. what a beautiful walk.

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  12. You captured it perfectly!
    Did you read the fascinating article about Salinger in the NY Times this morning?

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  13. What incredible photos, Gigi.

    I especially find the first one strangely moving. So beautiful...

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  14. wow... i can feel the gratitude and enjoyment from here!
    ~laura

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  15. I love the images with the berries. I really should get out and take a look around...but, it is so cold here!

    Sue

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  16. Gigi....these are so beautiful.....

    thank you for sharing them... so peaceful...

    kary
    xxx

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  17. gigi i am happy to be here ...on this walk with all of the beauty that you captured

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  18. Wonderful photo whith a little melancolic feeling. Love them all, and the light on the last photo is amazing! I hope you have felt more happy lately, and that you will enjoy the week-end (togheter whith your soulmate).

    Hugs from MiaNostalgia

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  19. Such beautiful photos! I always appreciate your photos as they have so much feeling and peace to them.

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  20. It really doesn't get any better then that. I love Winter!
    xo,
    Carole

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  21. Beautiful sky, beautiful red berries, beautiful companionship....you captured this lovely New England winter walk wonderfully...
    xo

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  22. Your photos are heavenly. Thank you for sharing them, Gigi. Thinking of you and wishing you success in your choices.
    XO

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  23. What fabulous images you have captured....beautiful.x

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  24. my friend, now husband, gave me a copy of "the catcher in the rye",when i was 15. we talked a lot about salinger this weekend, as well. : )
    these photos are just lovely.
    xo

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  25. These are stunning. I so love your eye for beauty.
    xoxo

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  26. Brrrrrr...now that looks like January!

    I have been waiting for snow to fall since the beginning of the season, and we have seen none...well, a few delectible flakes fell one evening, but they were fleeting.

    But when I look at your photos, I can so easily place myself within the frames and imagine walking the paths that you walk, taking in the beauty, the light, the frost covered branches, all of winter's gifts.

    Thank you for sharing. xo

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