We here in the Pacific Northwest know that scene all too well. Sorry you had to plow through it though.
That looks exactly like somewhere I don't want to be. I don't know if that is ice or just rain, but it looks rather scary...glenda
what a raining day, there I like my tea :-)
...funny, I don't feel so jealous.
What a tease! Thanks for the laugh :o)
As if the traffic down there isn't bd enough. Those people do not know how to drive in the RAIN...
Nope! Not jealous.
It's pouring snow, could get up to 10 inches by tomorrow. High for Thursday is 11. Are you going to let Mom wear the coat this year when she's shoveling off the driveway?
Almost heaven? Oh, no, that's West Virginia! I enjoy your pics and your humor! People in the midwest get excited if they see an overpass!
Braff,You know Mom is not allowed to wear the coat unless it's at least -5 degrees out. This is a well published family rule. Also, make sure she showels the patio off too.Love, Dad
I for one am glad to live in small town USA!
No thanks I will stick here in upstate NY with the cold and snow.
Our weather in South West England has been terrible, rain for about six weeks so far. Ten out of ten for continuing your photography in bad weather.
Anywhere, my friend, away from this place, is a Paradise. No kidding.
Can't say as I miss L.A. but I can say that I left my heart in a little town called Ojai, just inland from Ventura and southeast of Santa Barbara...ah Santa Barbara, now that's a pretty town too.
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