Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Cold November Sky















Cross-posted at Whiskey Fire. Mouse over pics for captions, and click them for larger versions.)
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12 comments:

vacuumslayer said...

I can't wait for "Twilight: Cold November Sky" to come out. EEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!

There is something beautiful about the starkness of late autumn/early winter, isn't there?

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

I can hear the leaves blowing by the house even with the doors and windows shut and the fire going.

P.S. The fire feels awesome...too bad the dawg is back in D.C., there's a doggy bed right in front of the fireplace.
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Another Kiwi said...

Ah, upsidedownies and their crazy opposite seasons, will you never get it right!

zombie rotten mcdonald said...

There is something beautiful about the starkness of late autumn/early winter, isn't there?

Not in Wisconsin. Reminds us that WE'RE ALL GONNA DIE IN THE FREEZING JANUARY COLD!!

It is kind of beautiful when all those corpses thaw in early spring though. "Look, Mommy! Grandpa never looked so blue!"

Substance McGravitas said...

All right! Lake fulla goose shit! You can't blame that on Cana--oh never mind.

Laura said...

Gorgeous pictures!

((Hugs))
Laura

M. Bouffant said...

Windy season here in Paradise, gusts up a million, threats of fires & stuff.

M. Bouffant said...

So yes, I wish I had a fireplace.

Alexia said...

...wondering why the dawg is in D.C.

fires are awesome - they are the ONLY good thing about winter.

except -
no, there's no except

Randal Graves said...

Yeah, summer is much better than this. Goddamn melanoma heathens.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

No biting insects is a definite plus.

It's super windy, cold, and sunny outside. I could go back up the mountain for some morning pictures...
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Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

P.S. The fire feels awesome...too bad the dawg is back in D.C., there's a doggy bed right in front of the fireplace.

I picture thunder in a dressing gown, wearing an ascot, reading a bigass book of the collected works of Chaucer in front of the fire.

IBIMB... wait, what?