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Friday, January 13, 2017

{ Friday Foto Friends #62 }



Happy Friday the 13th, Y'all!

Can you believe that January is already half gone?
At this rate, I'll be posting Christmas pics again before you know it.

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Are you like me and some weeks it seems you've got nothing much to share?  This week it might be picture overload.  I couldn't quit snapping pictures of all the birdies at the feeders in the snow!  And, I love how the "falling snow" makes the pictures look.




























 Last  Sunday morning it was 7 degrees here in beautiful Strawberry Plains.
Yesterday, it was 67 and I actually had to turn a ceiling fan on it got so warm in the house.
That's just part of the beauty of living in East Tennessee!

HOPE everybody has a great weekend!

20 comments:

  1. Beautiful photos of birds. I loved looking at all your photos Debbie. Yesterday it reached 55 degrees here in upstate NY. The day before it was -4. The weather is crazy all over the map. :) Have a day of blessings my friend.

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  2. Such pretty little birdies :-)

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  3. Your pictures are beautiful, Debbie! I love woodpeckers...well, I think they are so pretty, but I don't particularly care to hear them pecking. ;)

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  4. Love the pictures. Do you take those with your phone or a camera? Your pictures are always so professional looking.

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  5. Very pretty....smiles Have a beautiful day friend...the last couple of days have been in the 40-50's and all the snow melted...not today, it is 18*. wink

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  6. Love all the birds at the feeders and I love that butterfly. Gorgeous! I just put out a bird feeder last week and so far it doesn't appear any birds have found it.

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  7. Just the opposite here. My camera has been rather dormant this week.
    I'm glad you were snapping so we could enjoy your shots----wonderful.

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  8. You captured some great moments at the feeders! Bless you for feeding the birds in the winter!! Glad it warmed up a bit for you!

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  9. Love your cardinals and the woodpecker. Your header photo is gorgeous! I grew up in Oak Ridge in E Tenn - is that close to you?

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  10. Beautiful cardinal. You make me so happy with red bird pics!

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  11. Your photo's are gorgeous!! What type of camera to you use? I can never get such good shots with my camera. Surely it's the camera and certainly not the photographer! lol Hope you Friday is Fantastic, just like you!!

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  12. You took some wonderful bird pictures this week. I like ALL of them.

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  13. Oh Debbie, those bird pics are fantastic!!! You really captured some excellent shots there...and I love the snowy backdrop!!! What a blessing to be able to feed God's creatures and shelter them in all kinds of weather! Sorry I'm a bit late today. See my post for details.
    Have a blessed day my friend.

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  14. I love my birdie friends too and miss them greatly since they've all flown south. Your bird pictures are beautiful! I would love to be able to take photos of birds that well! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. Beautiful, beautiful pics. Love those birds and the snow. We don't see a lot of pretty birds.

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  16. What beautiful photos of our bird friends! I love the cardinals. I'm glad that you are having mild weather there at Strawberry Plains. I keep watch of the weather forecasts there and for Knoxville. Have a great weekend, my friend.

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  17. Sorry I didn't have anything for today's FFF, Debbie. I thought we'd get snow here and I could complain about it, but, I guess Tennessee got our share too. Love your photo's, that's how I like to see snow.

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  18. Beautiful pictures. I just love birds.

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  19. Darling birds. I would not like life without them and their sweet songs.
    These photos are just amazing.

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