East Gloucester After Blizzicane Nemo

Daybreak in the Hood

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15 thoughts on “East Gloucester After Blizzicane Nemo

  1. Terrific shots, Kim. I especially like the first one with the light blue door, the green wreath and the red bow. The snow seems to bring out the colors. Love it.


    1. Thank you John–embarrassed we haven’t yet taken down our Christmas wreath. Have gotten in the habit of leaving it up until Valentine’s Day to help keep the winter drearies away.


    1. They survive the winter beautifully–lots of (easy) techniques for growing roses successfully. I am crazy about fragrance in the garden and roses are worth any bit of extra care they require!


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