After the Snow: Photos

I took these photos in response to this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge entitled “My Neighborhood,” but originally I didn’t tag them as such because this week’s is a “phoneography” challenge and I thought the post didn’t qualify since I’d taken the photos with my camera rather than my phone. Now that I know it’s legit to use a camera, I’m belatedly entering the challenge.

9 comments

  1. elizabethweaver · March 14, 2013

    Beautiful shots, especially the tire tracks.

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  2. Kris · March 14, 2013

    Nice photos! My phone is very basic so I used photos from my camera for this too. Thanks for the pingback 🙂

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  5. petitemagique · March 12, 2013

    Very nice shots! And I know what you mean, can’t leave my camera behind either… 🙂

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    • CJ · March 12, 2013

      Well, it’s that and the fact that I don’t know how to get photos off of my phone. My phone is almost seven years old and not remotely “smart.” It primarily just makes and receives calls, and those it doesn’t do very well (or very often…mostly it just sits in my purse waiting for the battery to run out).

      Thanks for the comment!

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  7. peacelovegreatcountrymusic · March 9, 2013

    Super photos! It was 68 here, I’m hopeful that we are saying bye bye to winter.

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    • CJ · March 9, 2013

      Thanks for the compliment on the photos! It was actually nice and warm (nearly 50, I think) here today, and sunny. It was beautiful weather for making a snowperson. I suspect that spring isn’t too far off for us, either.

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