torsdag den 25. november 2010

Thy´s Day # 34

Sorry, this picture is not the fresh snow we got this week
(which I didn´t have time to venture out in before dark).
It is old snow from January.

A picture says more than thousand words 
- but it can also tell lies.
.

10 kommentarer:

Jose Ignacio Escribano sagde ...

Very appropriate, Dorte, after all, a writer is a great liar and who am I to decide where does the truth starts?

Beth F sagde ...

We haven't gotten snow here yet. It will be coming soon though. I love the snow (but I don't have to leave home to get to work).

Dorte H sagde ...

Jose: "a writer is a great liar" - I like that :D

Beth: I had to go to work today, but it was just fun (and everybody drove very sensible). I don´t know how much snow we´ll get, but I don´t have to drive to work again until Tuesday.

Margot Kinberg sagde ...

Dorte - That really is such a lovely picture! And it reminds me of how much I miss real weather like snow. But of course, you are a mystery writer; I wonder if there's something creepy under all that lovely, innocent-looking white snow.. ;-)

....Petty Witter sagde ...

Oh how beautiful ..... until you have to venture out into it. We had our first snowfall yesterday with about 4 to 6 inches of the stuff lying and already our transport system is failing.

Linda P sagde ...

A beautiful photo, Dorte. Snow has fallen in Scotland and North Yorkshire and is expected here soon.
All the best where you are.

Uriah Robinson sagde ...

Lovely photo Dorte. It was so cold here this morning that I posted photos of very hot places. ;0)

Dorte H sagde ...

I am glad you appreciate my old snow. If the weather continues, I may have time to take some new pictures.

And Margot, I agree that a snow-covered garden + those empty swings appeals to the crime writer in me.

Kelly sagde ...

It might be old snow, but it's still quite lovely!

Dorte H sagde ...

Kelly: besides, it looks much like the snow we have out there right now :D