wow....that's a lot of snow!
I am so happy that there were no footprints in that snow. It's lovely, lovely, lovely.You asked how I had comments so early in the morning. I have set my blogger clock ahead by three hours so I can post at my bedtime and it registers as the next day. It gives the overseas bloggers the chance to see when they get up even though I'm still sleeping.
I loved the icicles when we were in MN this winter. I took photos of them too. Yours is huge. I find them so amazing formations.And today I walked an hour outside in the sunshine. I have tiny minature daffodils in my front yard. How different can our two ends of the country be?
A bit of snow and more expected tonight, 14 inches. Get me outta here.Annie, thanks for answering that question. I may try that myself.the icicles are pretty cool in more than one meaning of the word. OK, that's it. I'm moving to California.
these are totally amazing, brrrr but amazing.
I adore your artistic view to everyday life.
Thank you Forever Young. There is an even more amazing icicle on the rear of the house but not sure I can get to it now the snow is so deep and my boots so short.I keep feeling like I am repeating photos. Snow and ice, ice and snow. I do love my camera though. A very good investment that i use almost every day.
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