Tuesday, January 12, 2010

said the car to the snowplow:


we really must stop meeting this way

i don't know...does this sort of remind you of that final scene from
The Bridges of Madison County?

28 comments:

Steffe said...

I have seen that movie but I don't remember it.Looks like the snow plougher is done for the day.

Jacob said...

I saw the movie, too, but don't remember the last scene...too long ago. But this does remind me of many scenes I saw when much younger and living in more northern climes.

Been there, done that, don't wanna do it no more. (Hmmm...that could be a country song!)

Rambling Round said...

Can't believe I haven't seen that movie, but I like your photo.

Leif Hagen said...

We've had a break in snow for several days. I don't miss seeing the snowplows drivin' around!

Small City Scenes said...

Hello goodbye and don't come back. I guess i don't remember the ending either. MB

Kate said...

I don't know about the movie, but it sure makes me feel at home!

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

The conversation is probably something like this:

"Now that you're finished with this main road, can you please plow Maple Street where we live?"

"Lady, we are doing the best we can. We are working double shifts with all this snow that has been dumped on us lately. We have to do the main streets first. Then we have to do the streets where the Mayor and Councilmen live. Then we'll get to yours."

Lois said...

Just a little!

Sunny said...

This is a very familar scene; except they are ususally plowing in the end of the driveway right after shoveling!
For the number of times I've seen the movie, I should remember the ending, but I'm sorry to say I don't!
Keep warm.
Sunny :)

Birdman said...

Me and BMC??? E- bought me a silver bracelet, similar to one RK wore in the movie. I love it!
Oh kitty, 'sleepin' above silver'. Great image. Wish I thought of it!

Malyss said...

Oh, my dear! I cried all my tears when I saw this scene, and I'm still crying everytime I see it again!How can Jacob not remember this scene?! (well, he's a man, I guess..)
That's the most beautyful love scene of all times!!!

Amin said...

I have not seen that movie..,,,

Amin said...

I liked your photo.

Cezar and Léia said...

oh Girl, why did you remember this fabulous movie now!
I'm so sensitive today...I think I can cry right now!This is one of my favourite movie...I love it!
This scene is breathtaking...many times I can see this special scene, I will cry, believe me! :)
Léia

*** I'm really worried about the roads with all this bad weather, lots of snow...Cezar drives today to Belgium, for working during this week.Everything is okay but he said many cars were out of the road with problems.

VP said...

I have seen the movie (many times and never alone) and I remember the scene, and much more: Bari, Iowa, National Geographic, Francesca...

Unseen Rajasthan said...

Nice shot !!

cieldequimper said...

Blush: I haven't seen the film.
Yet it's nice to see you guys are having street conversations about... let's see... the weather? ;-)

Amin said...

Nice shot.....,,,,,

valeria said...

I am among those who saw the movie (many years ago) and don't recall the scene, alas! Very funny title!

Ann said...

I don't remember the movie, but is it a boat? or is it a land vehicle?

There are aquaducks in Singapore and Australia that look like this.

came via abc

Rajesh said...

Beautiful shot.

Bob Crowe said...

Didn't see it but I think it is to a driver's advantage to know what roads are plowed and which aren't.

Cezar and Léia said...

Thank you so much for your friendship!
Hugs
Léia

magiceye said...

lol!
loved it!

Anya said...

Yesssssssss
I know that movie ^___^

(@^.^@)

Hilda said...

Believe it or not, I still haven't watched that movie.

And I thought the snow plow was in trouble — look at that tilt.

Amin said...

I want to watch.....

Paula said...

It's been so long since I watched it I couldn't say. I do like the wonkiness of the snow plow though. '~)