Friday, February 15, 2013

sunbathing in february

hardy vermonter soaking up the rays on a sunny afternoon

17 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

Lucky guy! :D
I guess little Luna would be happy with this sunbath, delicious sunlight...Even among the snow!
Léia

Bibi said...

Go for it. How long did he stay out there?

Lowell said...

I'd guess one would have to be hardy to live in Vermont in the winter! Can't imagine doing what he's doing, though.

Great snap!

Sharon said...

Oh my, that is a hardy soul.

Malyss said...

How to join to pleasures !sun and snow, best way to be good looking!

Carraol said...

That's the spirit! Great capture! Thanks for visiting, have a wonderful weekend!

brattcat said...

bibi, i have no idea how long he was out there. i scurried home to a mug of hot chocolate.

RamblingRound said...

What? Hardy is right!

Doug Hickok said...

Now that's the way to do it, get a winter tan from all that snow reflecting the sun!

Jack said...

Great capture, brattcat.

Sharon Creech said...

Smart guy; love the impulse and the capture. xx

Kate said...

Looks like your folks are as hearty as Minnesotans!

Birdman said...

Come on! get those shorts on and show real VT toughness. hahahaha

Library Jewel said...

Was it really that warm?

Giorgio said...

Well... if there is no wind, that's a great way to get a tan...

I see I have some catching up to do on Brattleboro... I've been busy re-editing my old pictures with Photoshop CS6 (I finally dished out the money and got it) and looking after our new DOG, a female Labrador Retriever puppy with some ChowChow genes (guess it's called a "mongrel"), in other words, a Labrador with a blue tongue and falling eyelids. A real beauty: even car drivers stop to take a look and start talking to her with a weird voice, like when you talk to babies...

Sooner or later I'll post a picture of her!

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Gosh a tee shirt and all, they 're made of strong stuff in Vermont hey Brattcat!

JM said...

Brave guy! I bet it's freezing. :-)