Wednesday, 8 December 2010

 Well, Im back to full strenth now folks and puter is working and starting faster than ever.
Its our Header Challenge once again and the theme by Tom-F/G is "Let it Snow" - brrr its snow all over here.
My Header is a shot of the Steam train Sir Nigel Gresley passing snow on allotments with lots of steam - as it was sooo cold there.

My post  as follows -
 Here's one for Lanny - Snow with a tractor, lol.


 And this one is a shot of a painting By DW -(Julie) of snow and a pond - one of my favs.


A walk through the snow laden Park.

Please visit the other Headbangers and their "Let it Snow" Headers, you will find these wonderful folk on my sidebar  - just under my Header.

Hope this "snow" soon goes away - roll on Spring,lol.

21 comments:

Darla said...

Beautiful snow photos and what a terrific painting!

Kitty said...

Awesome shots! I love the header it's so very English :) And I thought the painting was a photograph at first - the sky is just spot on!

Gerald (Hyde DP) said...

I remember the Nigel Greasly from my teenager trainspotting days!

Betty Manousos @ CUT AND DRY said...

Wow, Imac, your pictures are absolutely magical!
Fantastic painting too!

Becca's Dirt said...

It is beautiful. What a great header photo. I love that painting too. Glad to have you back. Yea!

James said...

Glad to see you back. These winter scenes are wonderful. Please send some snow this way. :)

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: You are back with a burst of snow. Love your post and really enjoyed the song for the first time. They stole the words right out of my title. lol What a neat photo of the steam engine. Welcome back my friend.

Lanny said...

I love the snow photos. Thanks for the tractor shot! You know if you and Julie are ever clear over on this side of the world you should come and stay here a while, I have plenty of wonderful scenes for her to paint! Not that you don't have such there where you are, just that I think my places are exceptional and would love to see an artist have a go at all our secret spots.

Dave said...

I know I'd prefer to on the train than trying to work those allotments brrrrr. Nice capture. What an artist the painting is beautiful very serene. Welcome back glad the computer is all better now.

George said...

I also like DW's painting, although your photos are also wonderful. You picked a great one for your header.

Gailsman said...

Another good selection of photos Stewart. DW's picture is great.

ju-north said...

Great pics and a lovely contribution from Julie! Going to show the train to K!

Marka said...

Good to see you're back up 'n at 'em! Cheers!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Beautiful snow pictures, Stewart.... I've read about your snow over there... I love snow--but don't want too much of it!!!! ha
Betsy

Abraham Lincoln said...

Julie's painting is really very nice. I think it would win best of show at any exhibit. I am super-impressed.

Fernando Pagán said...

You really take beautiful snowy pictures.

Cezar and Léia said...

OMG Imac, it's an amazing post!
I'm delighted here by your splendid header!
Léia

Craver Vii said...

These are terrific pics. I like the tractor and the pond (painting) the best.

Sunny said...

There was a time when I couldn't wait for it to snow, no so much anymore!
LOVE your header, what a fantastic locomotive.
☼ Sunny

Rick said...

Lovely snow shots mac ! Don't you just love it ?

Fear not - spring is less than 4 months away ;-)

Oh - terrific header ! I love trains.

katney said...

I love the snowy walk and the tractor. I will have to go for a snowy walk and look for a tractor. I guess I will have to wait for this weekend's promised snowstorm first, as the snow that fell in late November has mostly melted.