Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Black & White Wednesday ~ New England


Winter in New England isn't all about the snow.
But these beautiful old churches sure do look dreamy
on sunny days under the branches of our giant old trees
and surrounded by a blanket of the white stuff.



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18 comments:

  1. I love this shot - it's so New England!

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  2. Yes indeed they do look lovely with the trees and snow. Here everyone is in a panic as we are having an ice storm in the /d/e/e/p/ S/o/u/t/h where they have no idea how to handle it. Heck they all complain that 50 is cold :)

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  3. Oh yes, a really dreamy athmosphere...
    Greetings from Germany :-)

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  4. Wonderful capture ... Today, I show a great man in Munich. I like him very much.

    Hugs by Heidrun

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  5. great shot!! i'm new.. that's my first b&w wednesdays..
    i still have so much to learn!
    i'm your newest follower by the way!

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  6. SO pretty! Reminds me a little of my childhood church (not in New England though!).

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  7. SO pretty! Reminds me a little of my childhood church (not in New England though!).

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  8. So gorgeous! South Shore got some snow - I drove from nothing to about an inch today!

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  9. great shot. You make me want to live in a snowy place.

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  10. They really really do! Branches can be so beautiful when bare.

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  11. Looks like a postcard...very nice.
    Thanks for joining us at Communal Global. Happy Wednesday!

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  12. Lovely New England photography in BW ~ thanks for hosting this Wed one ~ love it!

    carol, xxx
    www.acreativeharbor.com

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  13. That sun even warms up a New England winter scene. Lovely shot and church.

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  14. Gorgeous! Absolutely gorgeous.

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  15. Beautiful. We have an area in Australia, actually a highway, called the New England Highway and this photo reminds me a bit of that area, the feeling it gives and how it looks come winter. I can see why it is call the New England Highway.

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