Today is unusual because I don't usually compare countries. However, let me just record that if anyone here complains about the dusting of snow that might happen, I will laugh out loud. The USA is clearly bigger and badder as far as snowfall goes, especially this weekend. This afternoon here is gray and raining.
As promised last week, I have managed to snatch the time for a few new photos . The images are fairly random, so I decided I would share them in pairs, this week and next. Think of these photos as stanzas in a poem. (No one made any requests, so random is what you get!)
|Evidence of milk deliveries in the early morning, though this was the afternoon! Again, here is a rural place||,|
|and these bottles are in town, across the street from the house where I am. All bottles were later retrieved. It was surely colder outside than inside a fridge.|
For today, I am ending with two favorites. Trees on this island nation are indeed endlessly fascinating. I saw this one and its sheep companions while stopped by the side of the road because of a serious accident ahead of me. I have seen this tree several more times, but that day the light was so much better than subsequent days. I have a few more chances to catch it in even better light, so perhaps I can share another version of this photo next week after I get home.
I made a special stop along the road to take this photo. The sun had been cutting through the clouds for awhile, and I just had to try for it. Again, the landscape doesn't always look like this, so I am grateful to be able to share it today.
The images for next week do include some more traditional aspects, as they say. Thanks as always for visiting with me, this time while I am also visiting!