Enjoying The Morning Sun (cold+snap snow trees ). Photo by richteas
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Enjoying The Morning Sun

Uploaded by: richteas

Saturday February 13, 2010

Thomson, GA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Rural East Central Georgia, (Thomson,GA.) the morning after our 5-6 inch snow storm of Feb. 12th and 13th. A neighbors horses can be seen soaking up the rays the morning after. And the Georgia Pines are drooping under the weight if it all.

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15. mbryan777
11:43 AM GMT on January 06, 2014
Great shot Rich. Maybe your move south has caused global cooling. LOL.

Believe it or not, it snowed on us when we lived in Palm Springs, Ca, but only once. It is ironic that the first place my kids saw snow was Palm Springs. My daughter was 16 before she made here first snowman and that was in Bartlesville, OK.
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14. trailhiker44
2:51 PM GMT on July 03, 2013
Wonderful composition and crispness !
The horses are certainly an added bonus to this beautiful winter scene !
Belated CONGRATULATIONS on your 1st and very special AC !!!
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13. cyril8
4:37 PM GMT on May 24, 2013
What an eye-catching winter scene! Great exposure, and the horses are a lovely point of interest...Congratulations on this AC!
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12. richteas
3:02 PM GMT on November 18, 2012
Thanks for all the nice comments.
Yes, I'd moved south for the Warmer Climate, and Yes, it Does Look as though
I should have kept going...South...To Florida...or Beyond...
Does it snow at the Equator? And before anyone tells me "No",
That's what they'd said about Georgia Too. LOL...

But seriously, My Move has done my disability a lot of good. My legs work much better,
now that I'm not in 40 Below Zero Weather, OR Having Storm Systems move through
Every Single Day, as they can up in Wisconsin, over and over and over again...
And for anyone who feels Pain with such weather...Move South!
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11. Cowgazer
8:08 PM GMT on November 17, 2012
Heck I thought you went south for the climate, looks pretty cold to me!!
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10. gatorgal
11:19 PM GMT on October 17, 2012
Hah, I thought I was viewing Alaska!
This is not that far from Gainesville - the one in FL!
Pretty scenes.
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9. wildernessphotonut
5:38 PM GMT on April 18, 2012
The snow followed you!! What a great picture---so beautiful!! Congrats on your first AC!! May you have many more. :)
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8. minnesotamom
3:30 PM GMT on April 18, 2012
Beautiful!! Love how you mixed the shadows with brilliant sunshine! And of course a horse or two thrown in always "makes" a photo. :D Congratulations on the AC--it's well-deserved!
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7. PatienceMelissa
12:38 PM GMT on February 29, 2012
Wow! And we haven't had any snow at all to speak of here this winter in central New Jersey! That's a beautiful scene. Thanks for sharing!
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6. nanapoo
8:49 AM GMT on February 26, 2012
Very beautiful! I agree with Charlotte...should have been an AC.
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5. llpj04
12:06 AM GMT on December 14, 2011
Oldie but Goodie!!! This should have gotten an AC!
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4. katy99780
8:00 PM GMT on December 09, 2011
Wow this is beautiful!
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3. lablover47
12:32 AM GMT on October 01, 2011
I see you get snow in Georgia! And I see myvalleylil is a fan. She and I look at each other's photos on flickr. This is a beautiful shot. I can't explain why shadows are blue in winter, but I do enjoy the effect!--Monica
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2. myvalleylil
10:15 AM GMT on February 22, 2010
Hi Richard,
At least, it's lovely! You seem as surprised by the unusual snow in GA as we are by the incredible rainy winter we're living in Provence these days! Thank you for commenting my flooding photos!Lil
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1. gingyb
11:17 PM GMT on February 13, 2010
Beautiful scene
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About richteas


Hello Everyone, I was born and raised in Wisconsin though I've done a fair share of traveling. At 48, I was forced into early retirement by "A Doctor's Error" and in July of 2009 I relocated from Wisconsin to Georgia. (They told me the winters were warmer and "No Snow." Since moving, we've all, not just I, have experienced a Much Colder Than Normal Winter, and SNOW where it just wasn't suppose to happen...LOL Thank God my Wisconsin blood hasn't thinned too much! LOL Take Care Richard T. (P.S. Can I say "I LOVE WeatherUnderground!"?

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