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Monday, February 7, 2011

Thirty Eight

Waft verb.
  1. To cause to go gently and smoothly through the air or over water.
  2. To convey or send floating through the air or over water.


Smoke from a nearby chimney wafts through the valley just before sunrise.  It was well below zero and I was standing in thigh deep snow when I took this photo.  Brrr....

Tomorrow's randomly generated word is: direct

14 comments:

  1. But SOOOO worth it! Beautiful!


    I also have barns, snow and mountains in my blog post today! Mine were taken during a trip through Pennsylvania and Ohio.

    Dianna
    www.thesedaysofmine.com

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  2. Beautiful lighting....you better start being careful....don't let your toes get frost bite!

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  3. so worth what you put into getting this ~ stunning photo, a blue ribbon winner

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  7. So. . . blog #1 is today. I hope to go back and update some of the earlier words as well as learn how to set up and use a blog better. It will be a work in progress.

    http://dogear6.wordpress.com/2011/02/07/waft/

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  8. I agree that it was worth it! This photo is gorgeous!!!!! Keep warm!

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  9. Thank you for braving the cold! This picture is ... other-worldly.

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  10. just great! and your blog is really cool! Keep up this amazing project!

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