The letters of our thoughts are the ideas present in our mind before they come to realization . . . Thoughts that are, yet not felt . . . The words of the subconscious . . . of the soul . . .

These are the LETTERS OF MY THOUGHTS.

Friday, February 06, 2009

Picture of the Week 68



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27 comments:

Tuvia said...

What an awesome picture, I love snow!

the sabra said...

I was there!!!!!!

Mottel said...

-Tuvia: As a boy form LA I love the snow too!
-The Sabra: On Montgomery between Kingston and Albany? Es iz nisht kin kuntz.

Sefirah said...

huh? snow? whats that?

Leora said...

The little lights at the end of the road really make the photo. Beautiful.

Shavua tov.

the sabra said...

zicher es iz

we're holding up a record here, ya know.

LE7 said...

Ich snow.

chaviva said...

Ani ohevet sheleg! Yafeh!

Nice photo, Mottel, as always. Now be sure to post this again in the middle of summer when its 100 degrees outside, mmk?

shavuatov said...

Beautiful! It was like that here, last week!

Rachel

Cheerio said...

it looks like a variation of the "light at the end of the tunnel" theme. very cool. and being a fellow californian, i also share that fascination with snow. (if only it wasnt so dang cold...)

sarabonne said...

Its due to pictures of this sort that allow me to appreciate snow. The trees are beautiful.

Mottel said...

-LE7: But snow is so pertty . . .
-Chav: In the middle of the summer I plan on posting a picture of a beach somewhere, thank you very much!
-Shavuatov: Yah but this the harsh Yankee snow that you British Redcoats couldn't handle!
-Cheerio: I was going for that light at the end of the tunnel thing - glad you picked up on it.
-Sarabonne: It's important to appreciate snow - you gotta live with it after all!

LE7 said...

Snow is only pretty until the salt and snow plows get to it. Then it's just dirty slush. Not pretty. Ich.

Farbrengen aka "me" said...

BS"D
Okay, how on earth did you know before Sefira?!?

LE7 said...

May I take a crack at it?

Perhaps twitter?

Mottel said...

-LE7: Then it isn't snow, it's slush, which is ich.

-ME: I have my sources :-P Mazal tov!

sarabonne said...

"it's a small world afterall!"
I can appreciate snow now, its gone. (I prefer rain.)

the sabra said...

Tsk tsk..all you snow-unappreciaters...

sarabonne said...

Oh its lovely by itself, but after many footsteps and a few hours...when its slush and iced over...eh.

the sabra said...

Tis the echo.
G-d speaks and heals through snow.

And I sound like a missionary.

LE7 said...

A snow missionary?! You should be ashamed!

(I only joke seriously).

Sefirah said...

Farb- Mottel is a male yenta and I'm always the last to find out.

Mottel said...

People what is this Jews for Snow? Friends don't let friends proselytize snow!

-Sef: It's called a Menta. Get it strait.

the sabra said...

Jews For Appreciating G-d's World

ilanadavita said...

It is a beautiful shot.

Mottel said...

-The Sabra: Always a Glieche zach.

-Ilanadavota: Thank you!

LE7 said...

(Between all the heckling I guess I should tell you the truth, that I do really like your photos. But I hate emasculating myself so savor the moment).