c'est les traces de la vie ;)
Before is missing but we can imagine.
I remember those days of walking through snow. It's nice!Duncan In Kuantan
lovely shot.I think the reason england has so much grey sky is because santa feyhas ALL THE BLUE!! constantly amazed.
This is one of the funniest thing with the snow...
It must be fun to be the very first to make tracks!
Man always leaves his mark.
It must be more fun to trudge through the snow than to use the sidewalks even though the snow gets your feet all wet! Fun photo!
only pristine for a bit.
I love being the first one to make my mark on the snow!
Appears some folks prefer a stroll in the snow!
Nice poace i like
When I was younger, I would go out to a nearby lake and make the first tracks in the new fallen snow.
Must have been a busy day at the courts and the park, the park must have seen more joy and fun though.
It looks as thought the people with the right shoes on may have taken the shortcut.
I'm sort of fascinated by tracks..maybe because they leave little clues about the traveler.Nice!
I love to see fresh snow with just one set of tracks. There is something mysterious about it.
And every pair represents an untold story.
I rarely get to walk through snow such as that. I would love to!
Muy buenas estas fotografías de escenas nevadas, Randy!!!Un gran abrazo...y Feliz Navidad, amigo!!! ;)
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All human footprints and no animals?
Oh, cool. Snow. We might have some down where I live in the morning. Higher up folks should have it for sure, and the mountains are really getting it. I'm so thankful for mass transit!
What noise does it make? Slush slush slush.
Looks like you're still getting wonderful snow. I'm still hoping for a white Xmas.
The animals probably made fast tracks out of there when overwhelmed by human beings.
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