Saturday, December 1, 2012

Theme Day: My Street

Ok, don't panic.
It's not panic city yet.
Yes, this is my street. No, this photo wasn't taken yesterday, but it does give you a 'seasonal flavor' of what life can look like in January in southern Maine on 'my street'.
Today, December 1, 2012, is Theme Day across the CDP community(citydailyphotoblog) and today's image reveals a quick, wintery look at 'my street'.

36 comments:

  1. It could have been here - today. I have just "done" the drive ...

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  2. Don't panic... Are you quoting the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy? Does your street get even snowier than this in winter?

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  3. it's beautiful! our street looks like that a couple of times a winter...so far, nada! last winter was very warm. we got one snow that fell overnight, cancelled schools and not a trace was visible by lunch time. what a jip! hoping we get a little more than that this winter!

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  4. Of course, it is beautiful and I love it...but when it happens on my street I love it for about 5 minutes.

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  5. This is precisely how my street looks today.

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  6. Other people's snowy streets look so cozy to me.

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  7. Brrrr....no wonder you get the wood pile ready this time of year.

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  8. even though it wasnt taken yesterday it is a beautiful photo!

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  9. sure is pretty, but you can keep it! :) i did my share in wisconsin.

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  10. It won;t be long before it's looking like that here - my street is here.

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  11. That is a familiar look.

    Beaver lives a few streets over, but Ozzie and Harriet are at home.

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  13. I like to look at snow but to have to live with it. Fortunately we usually don't get much over here.

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  14. This looks like our street a few weeks ago! Winter came a tad early for us, alas, but yours is a beautiful wonderland photo.

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  15. Fantastic shot Birdman. Looks like it was one of those wet snows that looks good in the beginning but changes as power starts to go out due to the weight of the snow.

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  16. I can't believe it didn't even snow on Thanksgiving!

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  17. LOL I really thought it was a recent photo! It's beautiful anyway ;-)

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  18. It's very beautiful and I'm very glad that I don't live in southern Maine in the winter. :-)

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  19. the kind od view southern people dream of!

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  20. It's beautiful in a way... but I am not looking forward to my street looking like this!

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  21. Beautiful to look at but hell to drive in! Great shot!

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  22. Terrific shot, thanks for sharing.

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  23. A winter wonderland. Until you have to go out and shovel.

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  24. This is beautiful, though from my (limited) experience living with snow, I find 2-3 days of it is plenty. And it's rare enough here that attempting to drive in it can be harrowing if you encounter other drivers who are decidedly clueless. Is that a car that has spun out and stuck in a drift down this road?

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  25. We typically get snow like this but last year it all skipped us. Nice interpretation of the theme.

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  26. Great perspective on your winter wonderland perspective!

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  27. Looks like a lot of driving skill is needed on this road !

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  28. I DO NOT ENVY YOU THIS STREET IN WINTER. Other times of the year I"ll just bet your street is a delight Bird.
    V

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  29. I would love some snow right now. I think we're in for a brown Christmas this year.

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  30. May it stay out of the city here for a while. Your photo is beautiful.

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  31. WOW! I've seen snow several times in several places but have no idea what it is to have snow on my street. :-)

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  32. Wow that's a lot of snow but for me best time of the year. Awesome snapshot.

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  33. It looks like a picture postcard Birdman, I would just once like to have snow on my street, but it's never going to happen!!

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  34. Wow Mr.Norton!!!!!!!

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