Wordless Wednesday

WW is a simple blog post featuring a photo which conveys a message that speaks for itself without using words.

For all the rule breakers, of which I am one, please feel free to add all the words you want.

Make sure you leave a link to your post and I’ll visit your Wordless Wednesday post.
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Linking up with a bunch of fantastic peeps from the blogosphere who host Wordless Wednesday – Betty, Steve, Natasha, image-in-ing, Esha, Zina, Xmas Dolly, Keith, Cathy, Sara, CatSynth, and Suzana.

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4. messymimi5. Phamily Blog6. Jackie’s Photo Blog.
7. bailey unleashed8. Vase flowers from 20209. Warmth of the colors
10. Simple Living In Nancy11. MICE AND raMEN12. My GBGV Life
13. Ramblin’ with AM14. Keith’s Ramblings15. Deb Nance
16. Animal Shelter Life17. A ShutterBug Explores18. Wordless Wednesday
19. Today’s Dose of Cute20. My Mind’s Eye21. Brian’s Home
22. Lucy & Landry Groom23. Jeanne Foguth24. Purrseidon
25. Curious as a Cathy26. 15andmeowing27. Deborah
28. McKinney Musings29. Canadian Cats30. klara, Brussels
31. Catblogosphere32. Flower of the Day33. The LLB Gang
34. Athena & Marie35. O Dani Girl36. Kitties Blue
37. Millie & Walter38. DonnaleeQ39. Celestial Kitties
40. Catscue41. CatSynth42. Homestead Prowlers
43. No Words44. It’s a Snap!45. Wordless Wednesday
46. No words47. Four Paws48. reverendken
49. Create with Joy50. Friendship Friday51. Colleen
52. Around Alaska53. Rusty Ring54. La Mamarazzi
55. Gattina56. Bill57. Wilbur’s Travels
58. Chickadee Lane59. NatureFootstep60. Mascha
61. Comfort Spring62. Junkboat Travels63. Raquel
64. Junie/Jesh65. Lisa’s Garden66. Early Birder
67. Patrick Weseland68. RompRollRockies69. Small Tails
70. In the evening

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98 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday

  1. Xena and Lucy says:

    That looks like something out of a movie. Maybe a thriller with a spy or double agent. Maybe there’s a dog or cat involved…oh, don’t get me going! Have a wonderful Wednesday.

  2. meowmeowmans says:

    What a great capture. It almost has a storybook feel! Sandee, thank you so much, as always, for hosting! Happy Wordless Wednesday!

  3. Eastside Cats says:

    The only time that I’ve been on a train, was when visiting Ireland while college-aged.
    We have Canadian trains come through our area multiple times a day, but because I’m not driving to work, I don’t get stuck at the crossings!

  4. A ShutterBug Explores says:

    Don’t see my comments here ~ hope you got the previous one ??? Here is another just in case ~

    Awesome train and winter scene photo!

    Lots of Xox to you from me and Angel ^_^

    Moment by moment……

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

  5. klara b says:

    nice scene, reminds of a childhood book (type of Tom Sawyer or Adventures of Huckleberry Finn), Train (stuck) in the Snow.

  6. The OP Pack says:

    That must be an amazing train ride to enjoy. If we were on it, we would ask the conductor to stop every now and then so we could romp in that snow.

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  7. Pamela Jackson says:

    Loving the pic of the train in the snow. I would love to take a trip like that! Actually would love to have some snow. We have had two days of flurries that amounted to NOTHING…..but counties all around us got snow. Crazy. I would love to see just one good snow like we used to have when I was growing up. I remember in Feb of 79 we had 8 inches……Being retired I don’t have to go anywhere. I would sit at the window and watch it fall then later bundle up and go make a snow lady. Maybe take Misty and Lily on the deck and put some snow on there to see how they like it. haha…..My Dakota used to love it. Course I know in Calif. you don’t see snow.

  8. KB says:

    I wonder where that is? There’s a long distance train across Colorado, and it could be that one. I love the bright red train in the winter palette!

    Happy Wednesday. I hope that you are well.

  9. Diana says:

    A wonderful landscape!
    It reminds me of the novel “The Crime of the Orient Express,” by Agatha Christie. 😊
    All the best, Sandee! ❤️

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