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Gorgeus! We have been enjoying the snow, too.
Brrrrrr! And I’m complaining because I have to wear a sweatshirt in the early morning? Yikes! But I do miss the warmth of a fireplace…
We have had too much snow too early in winter but oh it is so beautiful.
So beautiful. There is something about snow that makes the world appear different, in the most wonderful way. Thank you for visiting my blog. It’s a great way to find other lovely bloggers out there. Jacinta
This is beautiful with the sunrise! The snow looks like it could be part of my back yard…
Here’s mine: http://www.weeman.ca/2011/01/this-moment_14.html
What a beautiful moment! The woods around our house look similar today, and I’m hoping to go snow-shoeing for the first time this weekend. Hope you have a great one!
Here’s my moment, wine tasting from last week: http://notintentonarriving.blogspot.com/2011/01/this-moment.html
what a beautiful shot! loving the snow pics…no snow in southeast texas.
Ah, that looks like a true winter wonderland! Definitely something to drink in, savor, and remember … but stay bundled up!
That is a lovely photo! Were you able to go “play” in it? Love when the world is white like that…magical.
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Joy @ Vim and Vigor
We did play in it, but my dog always has the most fun. Since my backyard is deep and slopes down -provided we get a lot of snow- one can easily sled down. We had a snow party last winter doing the same and loved it. This picture is taken at sunrise by my early bird husband.
“A thought went up my mind to-day
That I have had before,
But did not finish,--some way back,
I could not fix the year,
Nor where it went, nor why it came
The second time to me,
Nor definitely what it was,
Have I the art to say.
But somewhere in my soul, I know
I've met the thing before;
It just reminded me--'t was all--
And came my way no more.
― Emily Dickinson