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A Winter Night. December 26, 2009

Posted by littlebangtheory in Art and Nature, Love and Death.
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It’s warm out, with a light rain falling on a durable snow pack.  Perhaps there will be fog tomorrow morning; I’ll have to get up early to see if it’s worth a photographic foray.

But for tonight, there’s just the darkness and lights at a church down in the valley:

Sorry, I don’t know the denomination; this shot was just an excuse to play with Elliot’s shift function.

So there.

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1. Lisa - December 27, 2009

’tis neato. Elliot and you make a great team.

2. Laurie B - December 28, 2009

Methodist folks, horse farm and local univ. across the way. I’ve been told that the inside is pretty in daylight as well. Nice light, you know how to find it.

3. littlebangtheory - December 29, 2009

Thanks for the clarification, Laurie. It’s so rare to have a local reader, and so good that it’s you.

Thanks for your kind words.

4. Laurie B - December 30, 2009

Oh CR,

You’ve added so much to my life here in the valley. I live one quarter mile from the house my grandmother was born in and that was her grandfathers house.

I have a photo of my grandmother, age 5, tending to the onions in the muck field in S’unland, known as Swampfield before that.

I did move away, found a way to come back. In light of the many years that I have lived here, you bring new light to my everyday things. Thanks. It’s always nice to see life through different eyes.

Keep an eye on that Blue Moon, nice photo opps while you have it and stunning photos of night sky once it’s passed.

Thanks for sharing your life by way of your blog.

Happy New Year to you and yours, and blessings for your New Year.

5. littlebangtheory - December 31, 2009

Laurie, it’s always a treat to hear from you, my Actual Meat World Neighbor. I have to say that it pleases me to know that you’re “getting it” when I post about local sights and conditions.

Thanks for your constantly kind comments. Perhaps some day we’ll actually meet!

Meanwhile, have a stellar New Year’s Eve and day celebration. (I’m taking my newly 21 year old daughter to see They Might Be Giants at The Calvin tomorrow night, and will think of you as The Ball rises on the Hotel Northampton.)

G’night now. 😉


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