Sunday, 22 January 2017

Snowy photos from the mountains

22 nd January 2017

We are at home so now I am able to upload much more photos from snowy world. At my permanent place of living there is some snow but it does not look as nice as in the small village. 

I would like to send some snow my blogger friends from Australia Elephant Child, Whiteangel and Andrew- and others who live in hot climate zones.. what a pity you live so far as I know you have a hot summer now. 












All photos I took  in the small villages in the mountains last week..




26 comments:

  1. Looks like a lovely silent place, perfect for holidays.
    Have a good start in the alldays life again

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  2. The only snow we have experienced so far in 2017 has been on our trip south where we thought we would be in warm weather.

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    1. You are lucky to live without a snowy weather

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  3. Sure looks like our area. I would guess there a little over two feet of snow

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  4. The church in the snow is a great photo.

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  5. Thank you so much. For the thought, and the cooling photos.

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  6. Lovely photos Gosia - and thank you, should help us to keep a bit cooler.

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  7. Your photos of the snow are beautiful Gosia, thank you so much for sharing. I especially like your shots of the church. We are supposed to have another snow storm here in the next couple days. I'm hoping it skips us!

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    1. I am waiting for your photos with snow

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  8. Beautiful snowy photos. I love the one with the church. It must have been freezing cold there.

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  9. Dearest Gosia K; So sorry for my late comment. We had first little snow fall toady but haven't piled up; I wished to take pictures of "snow scene' but not realized p;-) Thank you so much for hosting♩

    Sending Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my Dear friend, xoxo Miyako*

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    1. I'll try to keep posting for your link.
      Sincerely from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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    2. Thanks for nice words..i am waiting for your nice posts

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  10. Lovin' the snowy photos. It felt like I was there seeing it too. I wonder how cold it is there. xoxo

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