Today's post will be more on photographs and less on words.... but then, it is said that a picture can be worth a thousand words....
| "Snowstorm feeding"|
|Countryside scene beyond the back of a snowy horse|
|Chow time! Come and get it...|
|Delicious!... (if you're a horse)|
One last photo that I'd like to share with you, my friends. Several days ago, while driving through mountain scenery on Hwy 26 east of Austin Junction, fog had settled in the higher altitude causing this effect on the forest trees. What is amazing is my camera - a Nikon Coolpix 510, which captured this great image out of the window of a moving truck as we traveled down the highway....
"See you" on March 3 for my next post on The Turn-Up Patch.... how quickly time is flying by! Until then, enjoy your remaining winter days with or without snow, for the promise of spring is fast approaching.
Here is an interesting thought by Charles Kingsley that could apply to all the seasons we go through in life: Make it a rule, and pray to God to help you keep it, never, if possible, to lie down at night without being able to say: "I have made one human being at least a little wiser, or a little happier, or at least a little better this day." I could also add a footnote to the above thought and include our animal friends as well.