Down by the {Hudson} River on a {Wordless Wednesday} . . .

 Wishing you a happy Wednesday ~ Wendy


mamasmercantile said...

Wow, stunning views.

Cheryl mylittlepieceofengland said...

Thank you for coming over to say hi. I can't believe the snow you have, it's amazing, very beautiful to look at xx

Cherie K said...

Thanks for taking the time to visit my blog. You have some stunning photography here

Elaine said...

Wow, Wendy! The winter over here has been relatively mild and wet, lots of dismal, murky grey-greens and grey-brown mud have been the main colours around Lincolnshire. Can you imagine how beautiful your cold winter shots of white and blue look to my jaded eyes? Simply breathtaking. I have enjoyed drinking in all that beauty in your photographs. Elaine (Felicity at Parsonage Cottage)

Sheila said...

Such beautiful, beautiful photos.
I think I might just want to live there :)

Thank you so much for visiting my blog and leaving a comment.

Meg Hopeful said...

How lovely, Wendy, to see beautiful snowy photos when it's been so hot here in Australia where I live. Such beautiful snow scenes. Meg:)

September Violets said...

Beautiful shots along the river. The willows look very yellow already! Spring is on her way ;)

Luna Crone said...

Oh, this is interesting!

We have a Hudson River!!!!!

Of course, just as we have other names, from overseas. :-)

But it startled me, when I saw Hudson River. :-))))))

Gentle hugs,
Luna Crone
(Upper NE of the US)
Moon Spinners blog

sage and spirit said...

Those bird photos are just adorable. It's good to see you out and about with your camera again. (I really need to do the same.)
We've had snow on the ground ONCE out here and it was melted by noon. Your winter photos are so....refreshing. I've always loved the blue and white of winter.