Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Baby It's Cold Outside.

Andy | Tuesday, April 10, 2018 | | Best Blogger Tips
Just because it’s cold, that doesn’t mean you have to give up and hibernate.

16 comments:

  1. You can fit a lot in that trolly. Nice street portrait Andy.

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  2. NO, but I like the warmth returned here.

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  3. I love to go to shopping with the trolley to get as many things to get filled in it:)

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  4. The cold is good for the health, better than the heat wave in any case and I like this photo which honors people who keep going out by any time, which they are young or less young

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  5. Well, you got a good picture of this poor woman who probably cannot afford a car or other transportation and she's on her own so she need to get a few groceries so she can eat and survive. Let's just hope she doesn't get pneumonia from an immune system challenged by the fierce cold weather. Oui?

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  6. ...at this point hibernating sound like a good thing!

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  7. If you keep moving you are able to keep moving for a long time! Good one, Andy!

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  8. Supposedly we're to warm up.

    Eventually.

    Someday.

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  9. bien protégée pour le froid, il faut bien se ravitailler

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  10. Hi Andy. I could not let your comment on Ocala go unanswered today. It is true that I see more Ontario cars here in the Ocala area every year, but Canadians are still a small part of the snowbird mix. Now, when we lived in the Ft. Lauderdale area, things were different. We had an influx of between 250,000 to 300,000 Canadians every winter, many of them from Quebec. It was funny and strange to walk down the boardwalk along the beach and hear country songs sung in French blaring from the bars and cafes!

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  11. B&W makes your photo look even colder. Strong image.

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  12. At least she looks warm and is out and about.

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  13. A veces no se que seria mejor si invernar o pasar frío viendo la expresión de la cara de la anciana.
    Un abrazo.

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