A Slice of Life 2012

A Year In Pictures

Isolation February 7, 2012

Filed under: 52/366 Challenge — Tammy @ 8:00 am


17 Responses to “Isolation”

  1. bonniegunkel Says:

    Perfect shot for this theme my dear! Looks very cold too 🙂

  2. Sherrie Says:

    Hi Tammy,
    It’s beautiful, but I don’t want any snow or cold. This picture really looks cold. I can almost see the windmill blowing. Have a great day!


  3. John & Lois Says:

    The simplicity of this image that evokes a feeling cold isolation. Very well done.

  4. Tony Says:

    Yes, I am with Bonnie, it’s perfect!

  5. Cathy Says:

    It really does look cold, brrr 🙂 but nevertheless a very good photo.

  6. Bobbie Says:

    That is an archetypal image of a Midwestern blizzard.

  7. Deena Says:

    The image certainly evokes the feeling of cold and isolation. Very nice and please keep the snow out there!

  8. Kala Says:

    This image certainly evokes a feeling of dreary remoteness. Great work Tammy.

  9. Iris (Rose) Says:

    perfect image for the theme (so glad it is warm and sunny here)

  10. Steve Says:

    Love this Tammy…really evokes a feeling of isolation

  11. danudin Says:

    I thought Nebraska was a plains state? That looks like a Mountain of snow to me!

  12. PC PHOTO Says:

    It appears that winter has caught up on its duties. Terrific isolation.

  13. This is a wonderful image. I love the blurry look. It makes you feel isolated and cold!

  14. hmca14 Says:

    Great image for the theme……imagine you must have felt the same way taking this shot!

  15. lisa Says:

    What a beautiful winter image Tammy!

  16. MikeC366 Says:

    I don’t believe you Tammy, I bet Eppley Airfield is just over the hill 😉 Nice shot, very bleak.

  17. Lisa Says:

    I can feel the chill!

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