It must be a nice quiet street to live on.
This looks like an upscale neighbourhood that might be offended by the words "dead end." :)
Cul de sac (with "de" in French) is a French expression but here we don't use it a lot. We will say "impasse" ou "voie sans issue" rather :-) I'd like to live in a cul du sac as it must be very quiet there.
No doubt the poor souls living here make a weekly trek to the Food Bank...;-)Living in California, «Louis» forgets that there are places in the U.S. where you get more than a postage stamp for a lot on which to build a house...
Snow, snow, snow! When will it end? I guess the Midwest is better off this year than the Northeast, tho.
A lot of the snow here has changed from a stabel white (or black) material to a panta-rhei-state, which means the snow now is partly water and is running (to the sea somewhere).
That's the time of year when I don't mind living in Texas!
Actually we do use it quite often for dead ends. The ummm... er... bottom of the bag. Er... not quite the bottom, I can't possibly write the correct word here, can I? :-)At first from the thumbnail I thought this was water!
Looks like a quiet place. The bare trees and snow added an extra drama to the subject. Great capture. Am thinking how it will look like in monochrome....hmmm it must be fantastic.Have a great weekend.
Oh, good grief. Don't you have any flowers sprouting up yet! And where's the food?
I would like to see how this looks in summer.
I see you still hace lots of snow around. We on the other hand had a great hot weekend. But technically summer is over today.
Beautiful photo! I like the brownish trees, almost the only touch of colour here.
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