Friday, February 12, 2010

Winter wonderland


This was my view out the front window of my car on my drive home for lunch. I managed to remember to make it a "Skywatch Friday" posting!


20 comments:

  1. You really bring us right into the eye of the snowy highway.

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  2. Despite the sign, I don't see much of a crosswalk!

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  3. I think it's safe to say that pedestrians remain indoors until spring 7 months from now.

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  4. one of a creative shot, I think you are a very fully prepared shooter with the great result, and I'm glad u pulled over the car too, lol.

    Btw, I wander to know, what is the meaning of "POP 63,557" sign written under the Eagan City Sign picture at the upper right banner? thanks

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  5. Nice to see U at my blog, and this picture it's real good.

    Bye,
    Serge

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  6. Looks like you are in for some more snow!

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  7. «Louis'» sister in the Dallas, Texas area just sent him some photos of the snow there. He thought he was looking at photos of Eagan, Minneesota....

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  8. It appears that you did pull over before you took this photo; which surprises me somewhat!

    It is a nice shot. If you like gray days, icy highways, snowy forests and cloudy skies.

    Happy weekend!

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  9. You do have a lot of snow in Eagan, I see.

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  10. Always a save road ahead of you. Years since last I saw snow with own eyes, thank you for sharing it. Please have a wonderful weekend you all.

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  11. They look like very pretty Christmas trees!

    But that road looks slippery too. Please be careful while driving, Leif!

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  12. «Louis» is surprised Jacob didn't rib you about eating...

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  13. Looks beautiful and that's a very dramatic sky, perfect for a Skywatch entry.

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  14. That sky catches the eye even more than all that snow. A very good choice for Skywatch.

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  15. Lucky you are close enough you can drive home for lunch, even with a sky like that.

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  16. How high is the snow there? Amazing!

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  17. the perspective created by the road and the snow and the trees looks beautiful. but it looks very cold.

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