I found a bunch of snow pictures from New Year's Day on my camera, didn't realize I hadn't downloaded and edited them! It was a gorgeous day, too bad I was feeling lousy! So I have here a combination of winter in the north and winter in Janesville. I went on a walk/run both Saturday and Sunday mornings while visiting Jon and Sarah this weekend, and they live very near a really nice bike/hike trail system. It is an interesting combination of city and country, old and new! There are some old ramshackle buildings right next to a complex of stores and shops, and mix in some cornfields and you have a feast for the eyes.
I love how the south has the ubiquitous corn cobs laying around everywhere, parallel in many ways to the pine cones up north! I love seeing these similarities and relish their differences!
|Yellow birch textures-beautiful colors, too|
|Nature's shelving units|
|GORGEOUS sunrise on New Years Day|
|Early morning light on Labrador drive|
|Old building on the Ice Age Trail|
|Hawk of some sort- redtailed?|
|Hot air balloons over Janesville|
|frost on the corn cobs|
|Old and new|
|Lola is all cold and snowy again!|
|New Year's Day|