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Thursday, February 26, 2009

Icy Richmond Hill

Richmond Hill in the treacherous ice of a few weeks ago.

Compare it, if you will, with the same scene from October 2006.


Ashtonian said...

Avery interesting picture.
Love all the details. The fence, the bricks, the road and the wall beyond!

Babooshka said...

Strange this winter scene looks like my old estate of my youth, yet the Oct 2006 one does not. Which just proves you can photograph one subject continuously and the reuslts will always be different.

Cezar and Léia said...

I prefer this one.
Depiste the colour,flowers and the sun in the old picture ( October 2006)there are some cans on the ground.It`s a pity!:-(

Tootie said...

That path looks pretty slippery. :-) I'm sure you will be happy to see Spring come around soon.

अविनाश said...

good capture, this one is better than wat just in oct one

Kate said...

This is an interesting photo, but I prefer the Oct. scene...better weather!

Linda - Gold Coast said...

The lovely green hedge on the left (in the 2006 photo) looks as though it has been replaced by a wooden and concrete fence. More private, but not as pretty. Great looking at shots from different time frames.

Ex Hyde Lad said...

Good photo, a bit bleak.... captures the coldness in the air, and I really like the trees without any leaves against a leaden sky.

Used to walk down Richmond Hill a fair bit from my friends house on Werneth Avenue. My parents are buried in Hyde cemetery just the other side of the fence from the pathway. So know this place really well.

Sweet memories.

Reader Wil said...

What a difference with the summer photo. Every season makes different views. I like the fact that you always refer to previous posts!

Lois said...

Both pictures are nice! I like seeing the contrast.

marley said...

Slippery underfoot, to say the least!

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