Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Windmill Country

 

Hiyas Everyone!

Please DO click on the photos to enlarge!

Saturday we took a long overdue trip down to see my aunt, uncle and grandpa. They live in Java Lake NY, which is about 70 miles south of me.

The ride out there was amazing, I don't think I have ever seen snow on the trees look like this. We passed through what seemed like hundreds of windmills. Those suckers look huge at a distance but we were right next to them and they are quite impressive!

 

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I was able to get some great shots with my Canon, these next few were taken while driving right through the front window!!

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These next ones were taken on the way up of the scenery and snow on the trees!

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Aren't those crazy pretty? Its so ugly around my house so it was  a nice change to drive into that!

What's everyone working on for Valentines Day? I am at such a slump, I cant find any real good patterns that I like and I'm having a hard time coming up with designs of my own so I've made a few and snow I'm moving onto Easter Prims………

A few things I've finished and taken to my booth,

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I hope you’re all fairing these cold temps well:)

11 comments:

Linda said...

Hi Jenn........those are some pretty frosty scenes there. I can just feel the cold.
Your new finishes are great as usual!
Stay warm,
Linda/simplycountryseasons

WoolenSails said...

The snow lined roads look so beautiful.
I am not a big valentine person, as far as creating prims, but I finally got some ideas that I am working on for a swap.

Debbie

Cat Nap Inn Primitives said...

those photos were awesome..truly a winter wonderland and loved the windmills...love your dollies as usual..:)

Beth at Mehitable Puddington's Cupboard said...

Those photos are beautiful!
We have a few of those windmills up here and I just love to watch them go around and around. :)

LeeHillPrimitives said...

Those pictures are beautiful. Love the trees, just amazing

Red Shed Primitives said...

It really is a white winter wonderland. Love your new creations. Can't wait to see what you are working on for easter.

cynthia lee designs said...

Beaautiful pictures!!
Love all your new creations!! I can't really find many valentine patterns the I like either and have been thinking about Spring ones already.
~Cindy~
cynthialeedesigns.wordpress.com

basketsnprims said...

Jenn,
Beautiful photos & I love your new prims.
hugs,
Pam

carolyn@primitive~devotion said...

Jenn, those photos are amazing! I never knew those windmills were so big until I saw a photo of a man standing on the blade of one! I was very surprised! And afraid it would start to turn with him on it!
Love your sweet Valentine girl with the big lips. Is that your own pattern? She's a winner for sure!
Have a great weekend!

JenW!~ said...

Hey Jenn, the snow does looks pretty. What little bit we got here in Ohio has all melted because of rain. Love your new goodies.

Hayley @ Prim it Up! said...

Great pics Jenn.. trees look so beautiful covered in snow, if only the snow stayed off the roads, winter would be much safer! I also have a Canon and have taken great pics while driving.. oops.. did I say that? ;)