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It continued to be quite cold

January 19

Frozen Toyota picture : January 19 : One A Day Water Images, photos by Karen E. Bean, Maple Falls, Washington

Frozen Toyota

January 20

Shadow Snow Dancer: January 20 : One A Day Water Images, photos by Karen E. Bean, Maple Falls, Washington

Shadow Snow Dancer

 

January 21

Berry Branch & Shadow One A Day Water Images, photos by Karen E. Bean, Maple Falls, Washington

Winter Berry Stalk

 

January 22

Icicle Drip : January 22 : One A Day Water Images, photos by Karen E. Bean, Maple Falls

Icicle Drip

January 23

Abstract Shadows on Ice : January 23 : One A Day Water Images, photos by Karen E. Bean, Maple Falls, Washington
Abstract Shadows on Ice

Then it stopped snowing and turned to rain – better seen through a window in my opinion.

January 24

Water Windows To Trees : January 24 : One A Day Water Images, photos by Karen E. Bean, Maple Falls, Washington

Water Windows To Trees

January 25

Water on Wood : January 25 : January 25 : One A Day Water Images, photos by Karen E. Bean, Maple Falls, Washington

Water On Wood

January 26

Fill The Tub : One A Day Water Images, photos by Karen E. Bean, Maple Falls, Washington

Fill The Tub

 

January 27

Ice Window : One A Day Water Images, photos by Karen E. Bean, Maple Falls, Washington

Ice Window

We have to break the water on the goats’ water troughs – this piece was too lovely to toss.

January 28

Water Chruns : One A Day Water Images, photos by Karen E. Bean, Maple Falls, Washington

Water Chruns

That’s it for the past “week” – which, again turned into 2 weeks….

 

 

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January 1:

Water Flows between Rocks Pinhole Image
Jan 1 – Nooksack River

Jan 2

Log on pond in Maple Falls
Log On Pond – Digital “Instamatic”

January 3

Churning Water on Farm Creek
Water On The Rocks

Why all the close-ups?  It has been either totally overcast or pouring rain since the beginning of the year

The WiFi in the area went down.  Then the snows closed the libraries (the only WiFi location in this land of “dial-up”).  Thus the “2nd week” has become the 2nd and 3rd week.

January 4

Rain on Sideview Mirror with Headlights : by Karen E. Bean Walking-Wild.com
Sideview Mirror with Rain and Headlights

Late night at the library. Rain all the way home

January 5

Wet Streets of Glacier Washington : : photographer Karen E. Bean Walking-Wild.com
Glacier, WA : a wet and stormy night

 More late, rainy  nights working on the new website

January 6

Water Moving a Leaf By Stream: by Karen E. Bean, photographer, Walking-Wild.com
Turbulent Corner

January 7

Water Churns Over Boulders  : photographer Karen E. Bean, Walking-Wild.com
When It Rains….

January 8

Branches Before Calm Waters:  Photo by Karen E. Bean, Walking-Wild.com
Branching The Waters

January 9

Ice At Sunset : Photographer: Karen E. Bean, Walking-Wild.com
Pond Ice : Sunset

January 10

Sun Blasts Down Forest Creek
There Is Sun!

January 11

Winter Light On Frozen Pond : Photography by Karen E. Bean, Walking-Wild.com
Winter Distortions

January 12

Twilight On the Skagit River, WA : Photograph by Karen E. Bean, Walking-Wild.com
Skagit River Twilight

January 13

Nooksack River, Whatcom County WA
Afternoon By The Nooksack River

Busy day getting winter fed to bees, no time to shoot, but there’s always the river

January 14

Dangling Drop Of Water
Snows Return

January 15

Snow and Water Drops on a Sunny Day :   Photograph by Karen E. Bean, Walking-Wild.com
Snow, Sun, Water

January 16

Icicles hang above a Creek : Photo by Karen Bean, Walking-Wild.com
Cold Can Be Beautiful

January 17

Water And Fire : Photograph by Karen E Bean, Walking-Wild.com
Reflections of Fire

I sure wasn’t going outside in the middle of a white-out

January 18

The Kettle Steams : Photograph by Karen E. Bean, Walking-Wild.com
Kettle’s Boiling

And then it got even colder…16F : a good time to drink tea

And that ends the “2nd week” of posting on this blog. It is a real challenge to shoot a photo everyday, but it is lovely to have a break in all the beekeeping work.

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52 Weeks of Water – Why?

I came across a site that was clouds 365.  A cloud a day.  That seemed a lovely idea, and a good challenge to create an image a day.  So I thought I’d give it a try.   But posting every day is impossible here.  This is the land of dial-up, and posting required a 20 mile trip to the library for WiFi.  Thus one post per week with 7 images.  Which concept I shall break right away by posting 3 images on January 3, 2012.  Hey, I’m here at the library and I’ll be back in about a week.

January 1, 2012

Pinhole Image of Creek

Nooksack River - Horseshoe Bend

THE IMAGES that appear will be a scattering of things.

THE SET UP:

I’ll try to do this by months, if I can figure wordpress out.  It often confuses me.

 

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