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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Wordless Wednesday... Water and/or Wind... Keep It Wordless!

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This week's Wordless subject...

Wind and/or Water...


Wordless Wednesday at French Lique, Texas Participants
1. dana of the stone rabbit
2. Kathy
3. Debbie~Delightfully Wed
4. Nancy@MyCraftyLittlePage
5. KBeau (Kathy)
6. The Muse
7. Kathy
8. Sue@SullivanandMurphy
9. Candy
10. Charlotte
11. Dawn@cottagestateofmind
12. Angela
13. Joyce
14. Debbie @...Plate Addict
15. Marjorie.mollys country memories
16. Terry
17. Itajeff - Something To Share
18. Simply Heather
19. Margie
20. Tee
21. KayC
22. Linda @ Seasons of Life
23. The Raggedy Girl
24. Crystal @ Home Is As Close As A Robin's Nest
25. Deb
26. Leah
27. Linnea
28. Lynn
29. Cass at That Old House
30. Aimee
31. The Bliss Journey
32. Sue @ Our really empty nest
33. Ann-Marie
34. Sofia@Expressive Creations
35. Esther
36. Karen ~Georgia Angel
37. AllyJo's Erudition
38. Laura@White Spray Paint
39. Anne Fannie
40. momma
41. Mamapippa - Belgium
42. Teri

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dana said...

I hope we can use our natural resources to their fullest extent in the near future. I wouldn't mind a wind turbine in my back yard!!

Great photos for our theme!!

Have a great WW!!! Dana

Kathy said...

Hi Dixie, I would like to join in WW again this week have posted my link.

Your wind and water photos are wonderful the sunset is so beautiful coming through the wind turbines and waterfalls are just breathtaking, I would love to go to Niagra Falls one day. Happy Wednesday, Kathy.

Nancy said...

I was at Niagara Falls in the dead of winter. BRRR all I can remember was wanting to get back inside. Wish we could power everything with wind and water. Have a wonderful Wednesday. SHHHHHH :)Nancy

KBeau said...

Those sleek, modern windmills are so fascinating. I remember seeing some at a distance when we were traveling in Wyoming a few years ago. I really wanted a close up look.

The Muse said...

We have a lot of wonderful wind mills around us...they are quite fascinating, I think. And i love the shot you have Dixie~with the sun peeping through....

Kelli said...

We have a painting of an old European windmill. In the painting it is being used, as the name suggests, to mill grain harnessing the power of the wind. It is such a romantic painting, I could step right into it! I love windmills even the the modern ones. Our neighbour has a windmill to generate power for their home. It makes an interesting whirring noise on a windy day! Thanks for sharing these photos!

Kat said...

Great choices for this week. I love the sound that wind turbines make, it's really quite haunting. And Niagra falls is just so awe inspiring. Thanks for hosting. Kathy

Sue said...

Spectacular shots of the windmills and the falls. I've seen the windmills outside of Palm Springs, but they are not in as beautiful a setting as these! Happy WW. :-) Sue

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

The huge wind turbins are always so fascinating. They seem like they're moving so slow, but in reality they are generating a lot of electricity. Love the falls. Just gorgeous. Hugs, Marty

Candy said...

One of this days...I want to see this in person. And hear the roar!
(just wish we could have a drop or two flowing in our creeks.


Joy said...

T. Boone would be proud of this post.


trash talk said...

We've passes trucks hauling the blades and they are huge! Huge I say!!!
Is that a boulder in the middle of the falls photo?
Wonderful shots.

Anonymous said...

Every time we go to L.A. we pass windmills like these. I never thought about photographing them. I must do that some time. I've never been to Niagara Falls. Great shot of it.
Happy W.W.

Bargain Decorating with Laurie said...

Great photos and I love seeing your petty table setting in your header. laurie

Bargain Decorating with Laurie said...

Ooops! Forgot to tell you, I also love that wallpaper on your blog. I'd love that in a room in my home! So pretty. laurie

Terry said...

Howdy Dixie
Thanks for the awesome theme today.
You are always so amazing.
I love your photos today.
Like the sweet table setting in your new header .
Thank you for being the most gracious hostess.
Blessings to you sweet lady.
Have a fabulous day !

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

Great pics, Miss Dixie! I have never seen either of those in person! I need to get around more, huh?? Have a great week...hugs..Debbie

Margie said...

Beautiful pics! When we travel home from visiting my son in NY, some of those wind turbines pop up through the mountains, they always creep me out, they remind me of the movie, "War of the Worlds". Weird, huh? So it's nice to see them looking "pretty" in your picture!

I LOVE Niagara Falls, so lovely! I was there a few years ago, and would love to go back and see the Canadian side!

Have a lovely day!
Margie :)

KayC. said...

Love the windmills...we have them all over here! It is amazing how huge they are and how much energy they produce.

Leah said...

Great theme today!

Have a great Wordless Wednesday! :)

Crystal said...

Your photos are wonderful. I especially like the photo of Niagra Falls...I so want to visit that place. Hope you have a blessed Wednesday! Thanks for sharing and hosting this fun event.

Neabear said...

Great pictures! I visited Niagra Falls once in 1976. Wow! That was a long time ago. Also, the recent trip we just took, we drove over Altamont Pass. There are a ton of those wind turbines in that area.
Happy Wednesday!!

Chandy said...

What great choices today, Dixie!

I will join in on the fun next Wednesday. I only had enough brain power to do one meme for today. LOL

Anonymous said...

I have seen the Falls in person, a very long time ago, but still remember the magnificence~~Unbelievable!!!
It would be wonderful to use our own natural resources...


Deb said...

I like your choices....


Tomarie said...

Beautiful pics!! I love your header pic...gorgeous tablescape!! :-) L~

The Raggedy Girl said...

Great choice of subject, I loved looking at everyone's photos and they were all awesome.

Have a Wonderful Wordless Wednesday
The Raggedy Girl

Linda C said...

Great pictures, Dixie! When I looked at the picture of what I assume is Niagara Falls, it struck me how small the people are in comparison to the magnificent falls... what a wonderful Creator- who loves and died for us little guys!

Happy WW!

Linda C

Ann said...

New wallpaper looks great!

The first time I ever saw one of those windmills I about 13 and it was in California. I thought they looked so peaceful.

Karen ~Georgia Angel said...

I love your photos. Thanks for sharing!

Keetha Broyles said...

I just gave you an award over at my blog, just because I LOVE coming here to visit you - - - ABSOLUTELY no strings attached!!!

Angela said...

Hey Dixie!

You sure have been busy changing your headers everytime I look at your blog! They are all beautiful! It would be hard to pick a favorite one.

I just love the windmills! And we just have a facination with waterfalls too! All of the water and wind pictures on my post are in West Virginia!

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Linda C said...

Hi Dixie~ I came back go "visiting" as my grandma used to say.--to visit WW bloggers.

But I have to tell you what a beautiful banner photo you have of your porch--just makes me want to sit and stay a spell:) So pretty and peaceful...

Thanks again for hosting WW! It's great fun!

Linda C

Anonymous said...

Wind and water, hate the first, love the second ...

SmilingSally said...

I've been to Niagra Falls--the Canadian side--gorgeous!

Mom said...

This is my very first Wordless Wednesday. Your photos are incredible!