Exploring paths less traveled
Janie: I think I'll move down South and come back next Spring.
beautiful captures and a very cute post.have a wonderful weekend.
Beautiful snow shots Janie, I love these pics.All the best :)GuyRegina In Pictures
Postcard perfect, lovely skies.
Wow - how blue can the skies get. I love the blue against the white snow and trees. Just awesome.
you'd have to look for some pretty tough little birdies to live in those digs for the winter--nice shot!
Very lovely! I think I'll pass though. My family has already outgrown that sweet nest. (And I rather enjoy central heat.)
Oh that wonderful blue! Beautiful and funny post - marvellous!
Love your humor,Janie, and love your shots! Perfect! And how beautiful! Blue, blue skies and white snow! I'm sure Daisy and Mischief have enjoyed themselves!Hope you have a great weekend! All of you!!Sylvia
You make an excellent Realtor Janie! Lovely photos.
Fun 'take' on your LOVELY and COLD wintry photos today! I'm sharing my beautiful warm beach sunset views at Sacred Ruminations this week ;-)Hugs and blessings,
Lovely photos, what a beautiful sunshine and blue sky you have and some tenants too for the winter. It is the third day that it is snowing continually by us, we don't even see the sky.
I love the beautiful blue skies we get in the winter in the mountain West. Great photos.
This is so cute...you are a clever one aren't you???Suz
I love your descriptions! And the photos are terrific - my fave is the last one!
Cute post, Janie... Don't think you'll get many 'takers' though.Poor little birdies... You have to put more food out for them during the winter. That's what I do... In the meantime though, you all stay WARM --and be careful out there in the ice and snow.Hugs,Betsy
What a fun post, Janie, I love the white bark on those trees...and they are especially beautiful against that bright blue sky.
Gosh..just so pure against the blue! Lovely series here!
You would make an excellent real-estate saleswoman!I had not thought what would happen to a poor bird's nest during a snow storm. But yes, of course ... not a good place to be for a poor birdie.Good and fun series of photographs.
Very creative SWF, Janie! I'll pass though...
I thinks bare branches are beautiful. It is interesting to see vacated nests and so much of the sky.
Awesome. Love the photos!Happy Holidays.Regards.
and fresh air with beautiful blue skies included. Nights might be on the coolish side.
beautiful shots.My Sky Watch Friday entry.
:) beautifully captured and captioned!
Great photos and the scenery gorgeous!
You have such a great sense of humor.
Cute post, you have lovely blue skies in these photos! The scenery is pretty too!
these shots are fantastic. love your header too, happy holidays to you both.
Great shots, Janie... and I love your delightful sense of humor in writing the 'For Rent' ad.Have a warm and cozy day.
I like your new header. And your post made me smile, I'm now imagining some birds reading a newspaper or gumtree advert. :)
ahahahaha - very cute post!
Your Winter skies there are so Blue..here we get rather gray skies..but acccasionally do get some great sunrises and sunsets in winter.
I sure hope those lovebirds can keep warm in that icy cold nest! Cute post and beautiful blue sky and pretty white snow!
looks like a great starter home for a little bird family...
Just stopping by to get caught up a bit - wow, snow, snow and more snow! Burrr! Hope you are staying warm and cozy!
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Glorious snowy pictures and such lovely blue blue skies!
What beautiful shots, esp with that blue sky in the background! And I really love that shot in your header. Gorgeous!!
You are so clever! Love the white bark against the clear blue sky.
Beautiful and lovely post !!Amazing shots !! Thanks for sharing..
The blue sky is gorgeous. I imagine that nest will go quickly in a few months.
Kinda gives "snow birds" a new meaning. You'be inspired me--I'll remember my camera next time I go for a ski, and get pics of the most wasp nests I've ever seen in one area. Not sure I'll knock to see if anyone's home, though.
Great post, it made me laugh!