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White & grey for #WW & #SS

White on white on grey fills Sundaystills bill along with WordlessWednesday and Cee’s CMMC.

#WordlessWednesday meets the #Sundaystills challenge of grey and white and Cee’s midweek Madness challenge.



I have had a love of the written word for my entire life. It's no surprise that eventually I found a platform where I could write. It's random; sometimes funny, occasionally sad, maybe even at times from anger and I lean towards creative photography and hands on crafts. I have a few blogs that high light these interests.

24 thoughts on “White & grey for #WW & #SS

  1. Great focus comparisons Bernie. Winter can provide still beauty. It rained all night here, last night, si I think I better go find my skates. Happy Thursday. Allan


    1. It actually was quite warm but not as warm as today. We are enjoying a tropical January right now and when the polar vortex hits then I might be like you and enjoy it from inside my house. Bernie

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    1. Ah thanks Kirstin! That building draws me back regularly in all sorts of seasons and times of day. Luckily it’s about 2kms. from our house! Nice to hear from you. I tried to leave a comment on your latest post but not sure it went through. Bernie


      1. I’ll have to look. I know it sometimes shows anonymous, but now I can often tell who it is that is commenting if they don’t say. I haven’t figured out how to fix that in Blogger, and things I read says the commenter has to do something but I have no idea. 😦


      2. I was also trying to find the follow button and was unable to do so and that was on my computer not on my phone. Ah the way of the technologies — friend and foe all at once! Bernie


    1. Thanks Cee — we’ve had a LOT of fog so that was an easy one and I adore fence posts (do a lot of fencepostfriday posts on Instagram). Thanks for viewing them and stopping in to leave a comment. Bernie

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  2. There are so many reasons to love winter, and one of them is definitely the snow! There’s nothing like waking up one morning to find a bed of freshly fallen, pure white snow on your lawn. Thanks for sharing and have a good day 🙂 Aiva xx


    1. LOL, Aiva. We wake up in October to it and see it every day till March or April! So winter haters get down, but I love it. By March, I’m ready for green, but that doesn’t happen! Hope things are well in your green world! Thanks for stopping by. Bernie

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    1. Definitely not cold. -8 so 46. Not a stitch of wind. I was so hot after. 2 km. snowshoe even though I had only used light layers. And you are my inspiration for triple dipping!

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