Thursday, January 27, 2011

Late last evening here in my part of the world. Quiet, peaceful, and beautifully the snow came. It was truly a winter wonderland and I thought I would like to share it with you.


It covered every branch and twig down to the tiniest one.



And it kept coming.



It was midnight when I took the above picture.




And early this morning when I took these.



The beauty was undescribable even through the screen on my porch.




The sun was starting to rise casting a soft blue shade over everything.


Thankful to this handsome guy who cleared the driveway and sidewalks.
Thank you for stopping by to share in my joy today.

11 comments:

corners of my life said...

Hope you can just pour a second cup of coffee and enjoy that snow from the inside out. Great coloring in your photos. It makes them so dramatic.

Crickit said...

Beautiful pictures...makes me feel like I am actually there! But alas... it is 70 degrees in my neck of the woods! Hope you are having a great week!

Wanda said...

I'm so thankful for my hubby, too! Can't imagine having to shovel all that snow myself! Love you, dear one!

P.S. Sometime you should check out your nephew playing bball - he's amazing!

Sassy Granny ... said...

Several things come to mind here: I'm so-o-o-o impressed with anyone that can stay up until midnight, much less capture a photo at that hour; I now have a strong need for hot cocoa; and I absolutely love the serenity of it all.

You've sure had your share of Winter. May Spring be equally as bountiful & beautiful!

Kathleen

Love Being A Nonny said...

This looks so peaceful...but I'll be honest, I don't want it. I love looking at it on your blog but I need sunshine and warmth in my life. Thanks for letting me enjoy the snow through YOU!

debi said...

What a beautiful thing to see...how can anyone see something such as that and not believe?

Hugs

Gram said...

Such beautiful pictures. I think freshly fallen snow is one of the most breath taking sights there is. We have had so little this year - hoping we don't get our winter this spring!

Thoughts on Life and Millinery. said...

I'm right there with you in spirit girl. Fresh snowfall demands photographs, staying up late to enjoy and marvelling at the world made new. We had a nice heavy snow on Tuesday morning and are hoping to get some more this weekend. I think Salt Lake City is the only US city that constantly hopes for more snow!

Judy ~ My Front Porch said...

It's looking most beautiful over there! Over here...it's all been coming down as rain.

I haven't been around to visit for a very long time...and am having fun catching up. It seems you have had a wedding while I was gone...and it all looked beautiful!

Christine said...

Award winning photography!

Miss Debbie said...

Wow....that's a lot of snow! Lovely pictures!

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