Ailsa, at wheresmybackpack, has presented us with a new challenge this week. In celebration of peace, she has chosen to bring our attention to the UN’s International Day of Peace – Friday, September 21, 2012 – marking the 30th anniversary. One of the ways to show support is by wearing white today – which I did – thank you, Ailsa. For more information about Peace Day and to view other interpretations of white, please take a minute to visit Ailsa‘s site by clicking here.
Very white – but not just yet…
I can’t wait 🙂
I KNEW you’d say that :-D.
Thanks for stopping by…
I didn’t even know it was Peace Day. Darn it. It’s almost over. I only knew it was Where’s Waldo’s 25 anniversary! The Empire State Building is red and white striped tonight in honor of it. Apparently they missed Peace Day, too…. Anyway, the picture is very peaceful. I love a snowy day – it’s a good excuse to stay in.
Ya can’t keep track of everything. That’s what I’m here for. LOL.
I did not know it was Peace Day either. However, peace and love to all!
Thanks, CC. I appreciate the visits. We gotta keep each other posted 🙂
The photo is gorgeous. Snow is lovely, but is am not fond of the cold so I will appreciate from a distance:-(
Be my guest, Madoqua! 😉 its warmer that way.
Oh man I do love these scenes, snow and trees brill’…love it. 😉
Glad to oblige, Gerry. 🙂
Gorgeous snowy pic, Gemma. Looks like Christmas card scene. 🙂
Ah, AD. before you know it!
A beautiful, peaceful shot!
Thanks, RS. 🙂
wow Gemma…amazing image
A true compliment coming from you, Jo. Thanks 🙂
It is so very beautiful when the world is all white 🙂
This park always looks fabulous in the snow. I think I could close my eyes, point, and click and the pic would be amazing. Through no talent of my own 😦 but still. 🙂
As far as Snow in Winter, Houston doesn’t have one but I’m glad to see this picture knowing somewhere there is the magical white Christmas. I will see my sister in Connecticut this Thanksgiving, perhaps I may get lucky and see some snow. Beautiful post.
Thanks, Mr. B. I hear it’s going to be one hard winter, so you might get your wish. Pack a shovel and a sled. 🙂