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09 February 2013



These are gorgeous scenes! I got up to Big Bear last month but it was not very snowy until the weekend after.

I haven't heard of the five broken cameras movie. Thanks!

Now I'm off to read how the post office made America. I'm a big post office fan.



These have a wonderful black and white documentary feel to them! Lucky you to have a Cartier-Bresson and Lange and others, too. I can't help but think that the photographers would be grateful they had found so good a home.


That top photo would be great in B&W as well. :) Enjoy the softly falling snow.

Mary H.

Thank you, Tara, for your suggestions about old photography sites. I just spent a good part of the afternoon at Photographium and it was wonderful!

Vicki in Michigan

That shot of the upside down boat and the curly tree.... Wow.



Yes, I always love seeing your view of the world.
I really must see the movie.
Enjoyed each of the links including the vintage photography. There is something so beautiful in black and white vintage.


We have pretty much the same weather here in Munich. Today it was even sunny and snowing at the same time. So fun! Have a happy weekend!


{{ love the beauty
of your chilly white photo~captures
even though
i barely understand *Snow** myself
as seen
my mostly-warm perch
in florida }}

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