Cloud Grabber (clouds winter agriculture sky trees ). Photo by WigglesMom

Cloud Grabber

Uploaded by: WigglesMom

Sunday February 24, 2013

London, OH (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: This old lightning-blasted tree stands between two farm fields. Its winter-naked branches appear to be grabbing at the passing white puffy clouds on this lovely late-winter afternoon!

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About WigglesMom

WigglesMom

Born & raised in SW Ohio; have lived in west-central Ohio's Amish & Mennonite wonderful farm country for 27 years. Drove semi trucks for 27 years & have been a property rights / natural resources researcher since 1999. Had *Raffles/Skowronek Arabian horses for 34 years. Enjoyed beyond words the 12+ years that Wiggles Blue Heeler (Aust. cattle dog) graced my life; thankful to God & Wiggles for orchestrating the miracles that led to my rescuing "Good Boy," another blue heeler (pictured) in early March 2011. The greatest blessing in life is getting to live it! I've always loved to take pictures & seem to have a natural eye for it. Thanks to Weather Underground for this chance to display some of my photos!

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