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Saturday, December 25, 2010

Got Moose?


You might have heard reindeer on your roof last night, but here in NH...

To all of my Christian friends, I wish you a very Merry Christmas!


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35 comments:

  1. Wow, I hope the roof withstood those huge hooves.

    Great shot and perfect for monochrome.

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  2. Oh, I love it!! Much love and many blessings to you and your family this holiday season!! Hugs, Silke

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  3. Very unique for black and white! Merry Christmas!

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  4. Oh I thought the footsteps sounded heavier. Beautiful photo. Thank you for the blessings on this day. Thinking of you! {soul hugs} k

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  5. Oh, that's so funny! I love wind-vanes, and this is a fine photo.

    Season's greetings to you.

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  6. Cute monochrome photo!
    Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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  7. : ) Looks like a reindeer to me...

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  8. Hi! Great shot! No reindeer on my roof , but a real moose behind my house, they are hungry and having trouble finding food now..
    Thanks for comments on my blogg// Anna

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  9. I love that moose! Very cool! Merry Christmas to you and yours. And I wish you all the best in 2011.

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  10. What fun, Laura. You got a laugh from me. And thanks for the seasonal wishes.

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  11. Thank you for your Christmas best wishes. Love the moose. Where I live, I think the moose couldn't make up its mind whether to come on snow skis or water jet skis. The best perch is right on top of your house.
    Judy

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  12. There should always be time to be thankful and joyous and remembering grace , right?


    love to you,

    deb

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  13. Christmas blessings to you!

    «Louis» thanks you for your recent visit to San Francisco Bay Daily Photo.

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  14. Nice moose, and thanks the comments on my blog, and a merry christmas and a happy new year.;-D

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  15. Laura,

    You're funny. :)

    Blessings,

    Jeanne

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  16. I really like the juxtaposition here - you have some serious drama with those stormy skies, and yet the moose is so adorable :)
    Thanks for sharing it!

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  17. HA! This made me smile!! Such a wonderful capture of this reindeer dancing proudly on the roof!!!

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  18. LOL! Funny. :) I grew up in northern Minnesota.

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  19. A Moose to show the wind direction dont need festival color, as the reindeer with red nose to show santa the right direction!!!
    Great photo - hope your Holiday are peaceful ;-)

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  20. ha ha ! Love it!
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    Got snow? * * *

    That is going to be one frozen moose up there by tomorrow. Hope the chip"monks" have a cozy fire in their little living hole. :)

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  21. ha. now that would be a sight to see...i always wanted to see a moose...

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  22. Oh dear, I don't think my roof could handle a moose! They must build houses better in NH. ;-)

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  23. so happy you've all enjoyed this playful photo...it's not really our roof, but from our trip up north into the mountains a few weeks ago...I imagine the roof is snow covered now, with the moose gracefully balanced on top...(clearly THIS is a graceful moose!)

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  24. I didn't have moose on my roof - but had one in my backyard.

    Have a Happy New Year. Christmas was great. All my children and grandchildren are here today.

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  25. Wonderful! Hope you're having a great holiday.

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  26. Wow, it's so unique and interesting!
    I guess I seldom see something like this...the common is chicken, right?

    Thanks for dropping by, Laura...
    Happy New Year 2011, wish you all the best :)

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  27. Thanks for stopping by, Laura, and wishing you a wonderful and fantastic New Year!

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