Thursday, March 22, 2018

Frosted Forest #ThursdayTreeLove

A frosted forest in downtown Binghamton, New York?

March 13, 2018
Snow makes everything look so magical, although millions of people in the northeastern United States don't think their fourth nor'easter this month is magical at all.

They call it other things.

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11 comments:

  1. "They call it other things"!! Yes, I can image it must be difficult in freezing conditions for so long.. I guess the days are short too. Nevertheless it creates some great photos just like this one!

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  2. Yes Snow has its own magic ingredient.

    Cheers
    MeenalSonal from AuraOfThoughts

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  3. We got lucky here in Michigan as that storm stayed south of us. YEEEEAAAAAYYYYYY!!!!!

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  4. So beautiful. I wouldn't call it by any other name. It's sure a frosted forest :)

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  5. Ha! Other things indeed.

    But that is a lovely picture. And I do have to say the snowy trees and homes of my neighborhood were very pretty this morning with the sun out, I had to watch the sidewalk for dirty pools of slush and packed-snow slippery spots but I was sneaking glances.

    Unfortunately came out without a camera, but it was pretty.

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  6. I still think it's magical! We're expecting snow here today as well. Brrrr . . .

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  7. Fourth? Fourth! Yikes. I'm so sorry. Sending warm thoughts your way.

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  8. It was a beautiful winter wonderland also here in Delaware - but enough is enough - my bulbs are ready to bloom!

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  9. Snow is a four letter word ....grumble grumble

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  10. Snow makes things look magical, but a photograph of a snow-filled area without people, in a dim setting creates a moment of silence and insecureness.

    When it snows, it could be day, it could be night, only the snow knows, only the snow shines!

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  11. Thank God I missed that one Alana. I was there for 3 of the nor'easters and was worried I wouldn't make the flight back home.....It does look lovely though when it snows.

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