From fluffy to sloshy

…well, more like muddy, or dirty.

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Medea is gone

and with her,

all that white fluff.

In the corners of the streets

there are still some piles of dirt snow

obviously waiting for some weirdo

to take their picture.

…and the accomplice!

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Happy Saturday!

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    • Is it like a “no-no” photographing dirt on snow? Well… I thought it was the compassionate thing to do to something that gave so much joy while it was white and fluffy! 😉 No bravery, but I’m happy you liked it! 🙏😊

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    • Ah, yes, the circle of life! Happy to hear about Persephone. I think we have to wait till March is over before we know about her arrival! 😉 Happy Monday, my dear Rebecca and a beautiful week ahead!
      Many hugs!

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  1. I enjoy a snowy scene, just don’t like driving in it. We’ve only had a light dusting in London this winter but in Kirkcaldy Scotland where my brother lives they got quite few inches last week, he was inspired to make a snowman.

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  2. That weirdo found wonderful sculptural shapes, masterfully framing and composing them, as shifty as they were under the Delphic glow, immortalizing them like the One forcing them to change their shapes along their way into oblivion.

    Is that an orange jaw breaker candy in the third to the last photo? I like how you don’t miss the fine details like that. I see you had a fine accomplice to inspire your fine sense of finding such wonderful artistry in the melting snow.

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    • Awww….. weirdo is blushing big time!
      Thank you, my friend. I think if you look you can find beauty everywhere. I know you know that! 😉
      The orange is bigarade [bitter orange]. Many streets have those trees. They make a very tasty spoon sweet.
      The accomplice is Eve, my parents pup. She loves ice.

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