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Neighbors Once Upon a Time

Frost-025

30 December 2012, 11:32 a.m.

That which remains of a neighboring farmstead. Isolated out here, I am beginning to believe that I am some character in a Jack London novel. I have plenty of firewood.

If it sounds as if I am feeling a bit sorry for myself, that is as it should be. I am feeling a bit sorry for myself.

7 Responses to “Neighbors Once Upon a Time”

  1. michel pellerin

    In order of appreciating the cold, you need to be either masochist or being born in the South. I empathize with you. It can be nice sometimes but at the same time your hands are freezing as your brain…

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  2. The Wanderlust Gene

    It’s as it should be, I think – out there in that bleak lifeless cold … But this too shall pass, and one day soon you’ll be back in the sun, in your beloved San Miguel de Allende 🙂

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  3. Angeline M

    I clicked the photo to the max…what an incredible photo. I can almost hear the wind and snow howling through there. Feel sorry for yourself, do what you have to do, and then get out and back to Mexico.

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  4. veraersilia

    HI! In my younger years I read all of Jack London, all … but the wolves, the wolves, are there wolves howling at your door ?

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  5. spixl

    Coffee in hand, this quote comes to mind: “True Art is an organized piece of work that effectively communicates a genuine human experience” — Caleb Jacobo. That photo is definitely a work of art. Muchisimas gracias.

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  6. Jamie Dedes

    Well, everyone is entitled to a little of that and sometimes it’s justified.

    What a different scene here from Mexico, eh? That alone might do it, though this is starkly beautiful and does remind of Jack London.

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