The color of a sunset...

Discussion in 'Homesteading Questions' started by Karin L, Nov 28, 2006.

  1. Karin L

    Karin L Bovine and Range Nerd

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    Is B-E-A-Utiful, ain't it folks??!!

    And yes, that does mean I have pics to share with yall...

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    The outline of the spruce trees...

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    Looking out in the field...

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    Looking towards the neighbor's place...

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    And last, but certianly NOT the least, my favorite photo...lighting up the clouds.

    Enjoy em folks!
    :)
     
  2. AngieM2

    AngieM2 Big Front Porch advocate

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    Fantastic photos, great color especially that last one.

    But I think I need polar fleece to wrap up in and look at them.

    Angie
     

  3. Karin L

    Karin L Bovine and Range Nerd

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    You just might have to, because we had a wind chill of around -40 C to -30 C today where I'm living right now ( in the city)...I wouldn't be surprised if it was even colder at the farm, come to think of it...

    Thanks anyways
     
  4. lonelytree

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    After 3 trips on the ALCAN, I now believe that we need to annex the western half of Canada. Winnipeg west.
     
  5. suitcase_sally

    suitcase_sally Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Those are absolutely BEAUTIFUL pictures - especially the last one!! Thanks for sharing!
     
  6. jen74145

    jen74145 Well-Known Member Supporter

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    Ooh pretty! Snowy sunsets are the best, but alas, since moving down here, we don't get those anymore... :shrug:
    Now, where's my cocoa?
     
  7. Gary in AL

    Gary in AL Well-Known Member

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    Hey Karin, Those pictures were nice! A friend of my oldest son is a hunting guide in the Peace River area up there. His name is Michelle (Mike) Bruno. He was a school teacher and found he liked his new career better. Mike comes down here and stays with my son a month or two during the summer. I've, also, got a business aquaintance in the same area that produces raw, organic honey.
    Small world. Gary
     
  8. NCGirl

    NCGirl Well-Known Member

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    Very Very Pretty!!
     
  9. Karin L

    Karin L Bovine and Range Nerd

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    thanks!
    I still can't get over how I managed to see that, 'cause a lot of the times you miss sunsets like that especially when you're busy, or at a nother place...this one was hard to miss though, y'know... :)
     
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    Lovely, just lovely.
     
  11. giffy

    giffy Waterfowl hobbyist

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    Always love the sky lines with the snow.......great shots Karin. I took this one about a month ago.

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    giffy

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  12. Beltane

    Beltane Enjoying Four Seasons

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    Oh my... :) ...DH did want to move to Canada.... :) Beautiful photos. :)
     
  13. Karin L

    Karin L Bovine and Range Nerd

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    thanks.. :)

    giffy, I love that pic, it's beautiful, thanks for sharing :)