Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Winter Wednesdays -Storm Watch

Two views of snow, in the heart of winter.  I know I promise my readers snow, and so far, I haven't delivered that much.

Sunday morning, snow resting delicately on evergreen branches.

Sunday night (taken Monday morning a few minutes before sunrise), an accumulation.

Today, we are supposed to have a snowstorm. It should start any minute.

We'll see what the trees look like after that storm.

9 comments:

  1. A few hours of snow and the tremendous changeover in the landscape! Alan, stay safe in the wake of snow storm.

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  2. The pictures look pretty considering that there is no snow in my part of the world. Hope the storm has passed.

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  3. We've been relatively unscathed this winter. 10 miles either way- they've been hit. Instead, we get rain- that freezes into ice (black and otherwise).

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  4. We've had snow here not once but twice this winter! I don't remember that ever happening before, so I'm not really jonesing for more snow. If it happens, stay warm.

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  5. I'm not a snow lover, especially on the driveway and the roads, but I do love how a fresh fallen snow looks on the trees.

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  6. Hope you have all the snacks and comfort food and that your TV is working. That's what we do when winter weather approaches.

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  7. Pretty snow. Although, you're probably sick of it by now. Sending you warm thoughts.

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  8. I hope you all have braved through the snowstorm. I have never seen snow in real so this looks so fascinating to me . beautiful pictures 😊

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  9. I grew up in New England, so I'm no stranger to the white stuff. It is beautiful! I don't miss it, though, now that I live in Florida. :)

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