Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Winter Garden

This wasn't our first snowfall, but it feels like it.  It's the real stuff, crunchy and packable, not the mush of the last two.  It made for much prettier photos in the garden too having covering up all that brown.  I enjoyed the fresh palette, a new landscape without leaving my yard.

I shared this post over at The Run*A*Round Ranch for Good Fences.



23 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures.

    I can't believe you have snow. We have been in the high 80s with a few days of 90 the last week. Not supposed to cool off all that much this week. :-( I am SO ready for some fall weather.

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    1. It is very nice to have the cooler temperatures. I'm always excited to get back into my sweaters after a hot summer. My favourite part? No bugs!

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  2. It's lovely but I'm happy that it's yours and not ours. I really liked your photos, especially the 2nd one. There's such a calm peaceful feel to these photos.

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    1. The only time I don't like the snow is when I have to drive. I am miserable in icy conditions.

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  3. So lovely.
    Our "staying snow" came yesterday. It's a few weeks late this year and I've been revelling in the lengthened FALL feeling.

    Stay cosy ~p

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    1. It's all but melted now, mild temperatures and little wind are lengthening our fall. But without color, I'm ready for more snow.

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  4. The snowfall is calming. And calming is needed right now. Thank you for sharing your beauty.

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    1. Thank you for stopping by. I find a gentle snowfall to be the most calming thing I the world. I also really love calm and soothing blogs and yours is one of the best, but I can no longer visit because it says, 'invitation only'. It is perfectly okay if that is how you would like it, but I had to say that I miss my visits there.

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  5. Ooooh, what beautiful photos, Andrea! We, too, have been enjoying the wonderful snow and I am simply loving it! The more there is the better, I say {{smiles}}

    Thank you so much for the lovely comments on my blog - it's always a joy to hear from you. Enjoy the remainder of your week, friend! Hugs!

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    1. So glad you're back and out visiting again. I've missed your wonderful comments.

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  6. What a beautiful photos! And snow...though it is already the period of snowing in our place, this year it is still very warm and sunny. Don't even know what to think. The weather changes a lot.

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  7. Lovely snowy scenes and photos. The second shot is awesome! Have a happy day!

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    1. Thank-you for dropping by. I just love the way the blue fescue holds the snow.

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  8. always so pretty...at first. :) thanks, andrea, for joining in!

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    1. Thank-you for hosting! It was a lot of fun.

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  9. The snow makes everything realy lovely

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    1. It really does clean things up after everything dies back in the Fall.

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  10. I always love how clean and fresh everything looks after it snows.

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    1. HI Rose! Yes, snow is a welcome sight after all the decay of Autumn.

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  11. Oh, I do love snow shots.....snow is just so photogenic....don't you agree?

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    1. I really do agree Cath and we just had another fresh fall yesterday and today is gorgeous, hardly any wind at all. I can't wait to get out there!

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