Slightly fewer words Wednesday

Some shots from this past week.

This is next to the creek runs along the bottom of our land.

A storm blew this branch over into our field a couple years ago, so Lar had to go saw it off. I love the colors.

These are of the same Downy Woodpecker. I couldn’t choose, so here are both of them.

A snowy weed – Queen Anne’s Lace I think.

This is from a transmission – it is hanging on the side of the shop. When I asked Larry why it was there, he said “because”. Nice colors.

It is difficult to find anything that is not brown or grey or white this time of year. These are rose hips from the wild roses that grow everywhere here.

Got these up here finally – it is very windy today and I lost power twice while working on this entry. Guess I better go fill up some water jugs just in case.

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16 Responses to Slightly fewer words Wednesday

  1. Weezee says:

    Very nice!
    Just here for the Squash soup recipe.
    Talk to you later.

  2. Scarlett says:

    Beautiful pics!!! I miss the snow – not much of that here in south Florida! Thanks for checking out my blog – I will check in with you too – I’m always on the lookout for good recipes!

  3. imbeingheldhostage says:

    Lovely lovely pictures! And I love the title of this blog– you know how HARD it was for me to post without saying ANYTHING today? Now I know how to pull it off–“Slightly Fewer words weds”. Brilliant!

  4. Amy says:

    You do a great job capturing the color of an otherwise dreary winter.
    I love your husband’s “art work”.
    Happy WW.
    Mine is up too.

  5. Sky says:

    reading your blog was a true early morning treat for me! i could not find your profile so i just read the post of 31 things about you and cackled!

    as far as the photo above of the transmission plate…dontcha just love “because” as a reason? it is one of my favorite responses to give hubby.

    day lilies – oh my! i love them, too, and you have some gorgeous ones. we have many different varities, too, but yours are remarkable. we divided several varieties last summer and accidentally gave all of our deep purple lilies with lavendar throats to our neighbor instead of a mix of several different kinds. guess we will be busy retrieving a few. :(

    so glad to see these yummy recipes – i’ll be back for sure!

  6. Kristin says:

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. And BEUATIFUL pictures. I could only wish to live somewhere with snow!!

  7. Pennies In My Pocket says:

    WOW!!! Amazing photos! I LOVE the ‘snowy weed’ one!! Gorgeous!


  8. Country Girl says:

    Wow. Looks like I’m too late. Someone’s already tagged you.

    For what it’s worth, I’ve named you as tagged in my post at

    I apologize, in advance, for any inconvenience this may incur.

  9. dlyn says:

    CG – does that mean I have to do another round of deep self-examination to find 6 more quirks about me? And tag 6 more victims too? Next week – I promise!

  10. Melissa says:

    Wow, you take great pictures! Happy WW!

  11. Kellan says:

    Beautiful pictures!! I loved the wood peckers and the snow weed!! Thanks and see you soon. Kellan

  12. Lori says:

    I have a crush on the woodpecker! He’s beautiful!

  13. Scarlett Wanna Be says:

    I miss trees and birds. Did you know we don’t have those in Idaho? I swear, there is only one tree in my entire neighborhood. It’s depressing. I love looking at your photos. They remind me of Connecticut.

  14. Julie says:

    Love your blog! Thanks so much for popping by mine! I will definitely be back!

  15. dlyn says:

    Thanks so much everyone – I am glad that you enjoyed the pics. We do get tired of winter by the time it really goes. Last year the weather was cold and awful right through May. Still, I do love the snow and the cold weather makes us appreciate the other season a whole lot!

  16. suchsimplepleasures says:

    what beautiful pictures!! i envy people who can take such amazing photographs…mine always look as if my 4 year old got his hands on the camera!

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