Back in Jackson


I'm back to action in Jackson, where I won't be seeing any more of this stuff! It feels like I've been away from home for much longer than just three weeks. It's certainly good to be back though. I enjoyed the snow, but enough is enough!

Thank you again for all the kind comments, thoughts and support you have given. It really means a lot to me. 2011 is going to be a year of big changes, but all for the good. More details will be coming soon (I hope!).

14 comments:

Tanya said...

oh that is such a pretty snow shot, love it! welcome back!!

Kaori said...

That is gorgeous! But there really is no place like home! Welcome back ;-)

Olivier said...

de detail de la neige est magnifique

Cezar and Léia said...

I need to confess that I'm tired about the snow as well! hehehe
Take care okay!
hugs
Léia

brian stout said...

we have a chance for snow next week =) but i'm not holding my breath!

Jack said...

Welcome back. It will be interesting to see where the wind and the Multiple Sailors blow you this year.

Louis la Vache said...

Oh - so you are going to leave us guessing?!

In any case, we're glad you are back!

Winchester Daily Photos said...

Intriguing post and pretty snow picture!

Jacob said...

Welcome home! Glad you're back safe and sound. I know in some ways it wasn't the greatest trip, but I'm sure your presence was important and a help to all involved.

Best wishes for 2011 and I look forward to many more of your beautiful photographs!

Birdman said...

If you get to missing a lot, I'll send some along.

Genie -- Paris and Beyond said...

Glad that you are back and sorry for your loss.

Your photos are always lovely and I know that your new lens will expand your horizons!

Bisous,
Genie

Lynette said...

Snow--how beautiful it is in your lovely photo. Glad you're back in action in Jackson--that's wonderful!

Please stop by on Thursday, after midnight on Wednesday even, at Portland Oregon Daily Photo to see my first ever embedded video. It shows my younger son Leland bouldering at The Circuit in Portland, Oregon, as filmed by his older brother Lamont, who also boulders.

JM said...

The crystals are amazing! Great shot.

Ineke said...

wow. have been catching up on your photo's and good to hear you are looking forward to a great year!