Potato Chip Cats: Wordless Wednesday "Winter in Connecticut" with Linky

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Wordless Wednesday "Winter in Connecticut" with Linky









17 comments:

  1. Magnificent Photos! Happy WW :)

    ~ Jill

    http://www.frugalplus.com/2013/02/wordless-wednesday-wlinky-kids-n-pets.html

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  2. Makes me want to visit Connecticut, just without the snow! :) Danica

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  3. Love this Pictures Megan! Thanks for hosting the party...have a fantastic week!

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  4. So gorgeous! Oh how I wish it would snow in southern Kentucky...none this year! Thanks for linking up and NanaHood.com and hosting!

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  5. That's really pretty. I love the tree trunks in the first picture. We're supposed to get hammered by snow tomorrow in Nebraska.

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  6. What beautiful scenes, reminds me of something out of Dr.Zhivago the tree in the first is so wonderful the way it grows. You would not see the branches when it is covered with leaves to appreciate it. Nature does have a way of helping us to see the beauty of all seasons. Thanks for inviting me to stop by, hope you can do the same...
    Twig Terrariums Wordless Wednesday
    Have a great day!
    Karren

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  7. Fab winter scenes there's a lot of snow there

    Have a snowtastic week ;-)

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  8. Gorgeous photos. I'm really hoping not to post this twice. Something glitched when I was posting the last time.

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  9. These are wonderful photos! I really want some southern snow!

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com/2013/02/wordless-wednesday-appreciated.html

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  10. Beautiful shots! I am totally digging that tree in the first pic! I love how curvy it is!

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  11. Great photos! There is so much beauty in winter! :-)

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  12. Are those first trees related to bonsai? They have such wonderful patterns in their branches!

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  13. Lovely photos. Sorry I missed getting here in time for the link up.

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