Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #107: Winter

Here is my entry into Leya’s of Lens-Artists Photo A Week Challenge with the topic of Winter.  For living as far north as I do, we rarely get snow, but we do get a lot of rain.

This photo is a typical winter’s day. Photo taken on January 1, 2020.  This scene is about a mile from my house.
Photo of my frozen rhododendron February 26, 2019.
Photo of Digi, February 5, 2019.  This is a lot of snow for where I live.
Photo of Maddie, February 5, 2019.
Country road on January 1, 2020. Road is wet from rain, which again is typical for us.

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    1. I do live in a wonderful place. The pugs are fine. Maddie (the black one) has a bad eye right, she got something in her eye, and we have to give her eye drops 4-6 times a day to help her out. Poor baby just keeps her eye shut. She’s getting better though. She is loving getting treats after her drops. 😀 😀


  1. Winter sounds like here these days, Cee – but it looks beautiful through your lens! I just adore your monochromes with Digi and Maddie. Hope her eye will mend soon. Totti here is not so good – he has got a bad limp and we are going to the vet tomorrow. He is old. I have hope, but also fears.


      1. Good that she is recovering, how kind of you to think of Totti too! We will be going this afternoon, so tonight I will know more – I’ll keep in touch.


      2. Cee, we have been to the vet twice – first time they hadn’t got our booked time?…and today we had to wait for half an hour because the vet wasn’t there…Then he told us Totti had injured his elbow and had to rest (we do that already) and no playing with Milo. Medicine for 20 days. At least they were hopeful this would work. Otherwise we will come back in two weeks. Thank you for your concern – so kind.


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