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Friday, 6 February 2009

Distraction from the rain

Raining, raining, raining and raining. It's not so cold, though.



View from the Cannobio waterfront.
On a calm, dry, clear day - a day totally unlike today.

6 comments:

Bella@That damn expat said...

We finally got some sun yesterday.
That's a beautiful picture!

ladyfi said...

Love the photo. It seems as though our snow is your rain.

Vanessa said...

Oh what beautiful days you have (sometimes) at the lake!

GutsyWriter said...

We now have rain too. Finally, after another summer-like week. No need to water the garden.

- Suzie - said...

Hi,
discovered your blog lately and linked to you so I can follow.
Love the idea of giving the church a volunteer paint job.
Our house in Pizzo is located in the old part of the town, called Carmine, like the church next to our house. Love that name.

Anonymous said...

Hi Louise,
Nice picture again. Well, its life in the freezer here in the uk and nothing changes with our incompetent local and central government. Ran out of grit and rock salt for the roads, now they are trying to use table salt, even though there is millions of tons of the stuff in Cheshire. Don't come to McBroon land at the moment.

Friday, 6 February 2009

Distraction from the rain

Raining, raining, raining and raining. It's not so cold, though.



View from the Cannobio waterfront.
On a calm, dry, clear day - a day totally unlike today.

6 comments:

Bella@That damn expat said...

We finally got some sun yesterday.
That's a beautiful picture!

ladyfi said...

Love the photo. It seems as though our snow is your rain.

Vanessa said...

Oh what beautiful days you have (sometimes) at the lake!

GutsyWriter said...

We now have rain too. Finally, after another summer-like week. No need to water the garden.

- Suzie - said...

Hi,
discovered your blog lately and linked to you so I can follow.
Love the idea of giving the church a volunteer paint job.
Our house in Pizzo is located in the old part of the town, called Carmine, like the church next to our house. Love that name.

Anonymous said...

Hi Louise,
Nice picture again. Well, its life in the freezer here in the uk and nothing changes with our incompetent local and central government. Ran out of grit and rock salt for the roads, now they are trying to use table salt, even though there is millions of tons of the stuff in Cheshire. Don't come to McBroon land at the moment.