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Sunday, November 22, 2015

Sundown



39 comments:

  1. How pretty! There wasn't sun here today. A lot of big snowflakes fell and I now have snow on the ground!

    Marla

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    1. The pic is from 2 days ago. We are cold, grey and windy. I was just saying that it looks like it could snow...and now that you say you have it, I guess I was right!

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    2. Sorry, I misunderstood. I think I'll have a cup of warm tea or hot chocolate tonight!

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    3. That sounds delicious....it's cold and damp here and I might join you!

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  2. Looks happy as can be
    As the sun is giving her a spree
    Sun beats snow
    but that you know

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    1. I prefer both together!
      The best kind of weather
      with the sun sparkling on the snow!
      That is the way to go!

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  3. Great shot, Betsy! The sunshine and shadows make her look so graceful!

    Off topic....would you mind if I email a picture of a buffet to you? I would like your expert opinion on it.

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    1. You can email me anything...not sure about the expert onion in return, though! haha...

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    2. Thanks, I'll send it over in just a few minutes. :)

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  4. Aww, Garden Girl, she needs a shawl for this cold weather ;)
    A beautiful statue, do you cover her up in winter to stop her from cracking ?
    ~Jo

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    1. I have never covered her up! I didn't know I should!

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  5. Beautiful illumination. Looks like a gallery painting. Stunning.

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    1. Wasn't she just the best purchase ever? I enjoy her every single day.

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  6. She is remarkably resilient ~ out in all weathers . . :)

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    1. She is still Aphrodite to me, no matter what you say. Did you know that she wore a "magical girdle" that made her irresistible to all men? Perhaps that's why she is smirking! (We know someone else who has got one too, don't we?).

      She's a bit scruffy though, perhaps you should give her a good scrub down with some bleach and a wire brush.

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    2. Some one else? With a smirk or a girdle? lol...

      A scrub down? I don't know....I like the scruffy...maybe a little moss will grow on her!

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    3. "With a smirk or a girdle?". Both, if you like. . . . .

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    4. a magical one? I'm laughing so hard I can't type. Unfortunately, I don't have one of those...

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    5. Maybe he's referring to Wonder Woman (and we all know that's you). In the comics, she wears the Golden Girdle of Gaea. It's more a belt than Maidenform shapewear, you might say.

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  7. She looks especially pretty in the golden hour!

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    1. You're the second person that has mentioned the golden hour. I've never heard of it! So, it's the last hour of sun?
      I couldn't find anything about it on Google...

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  8. My she is beautiful in the sundown and shadows. She graces your yard with such peace and calm. I just love her.

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    1. She is a very fun thing to see out the window every day! Soon she'll have a snow crown! haha.

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  9. Nice!
    Did you have sun today?
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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    1. No...grey, misty and that damp coldness! Same today! Brr.

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  10. Hi Betsy - she does look ready for a nap ... she is a wonderful addition to the garden. We too had a brief flurry of snow yesterday morning, and this morning had our first frost ... but I gather we are going back to some warmer weather ,,, cold snaps are good ... cheers Hilary

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    1. We have a tiny bit of snow on the rooftops this morning!

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    1. She sure looks like that, doesn't she? :)

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  12. She really is pretty in all weathers. And content. I wish I could always have her smile. But then they would probably lock me ... lol

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  13. I adore this statue and it makes me think I need one!!!

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    1. OMG, typo! I obviously meant "statue!" Although there's nothing wrong with her stature, per se. Ha.

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