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Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Our Little Corner of the World...





"To be interested in the changing seasons is a happier state of mind
than to be hopelessly in love with spring."
George Santayana


It snowed again today...for about an hour or so...

Nope...Spring isn't around the corner just yet...



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26 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful scene this is. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. lovely corner it is. So bummed we did not make it up there this winter. definitely this summer!

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    1. It's not been a particularly robust winter up here...although there's enough snow for skiing...the town, not so much!!! I hope we can connect this summer when you come up!!!

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  3. I must confess I have given up on snow this year here. So I am enjoying seeing yours :). Lovely shot!

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  4. An interesting quote although I must admit I'm not too keen on the onset of winter.

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  5. Majestic and beautiful shot.

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  6. LOL! Kathryn, here in Vermont, we've given up spring for Lent! ;) I think that this saying is so true. It seems like so many are always straining ahead to the next season (me, sometimes, too! ;)) We can easily miss how beautiful it is, now! Even mud season has its charms.... ;)

    xo

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    1. I must say...growing up in SoCalifornia the term mud season never even crossed my mind!!!

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  7. I am hopeless in love with spring….! Wonderful picture.

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  8. Snow on the mountains is always a good thing (at least if you're a skier!) Nice shot.

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  9. Well, we keep getting more snow to replace whatever might melt if the temps go above freezing...

    That's a gorgeous shot.

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  10. We're just barely starting to bare off.....great shot......moody!

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  11. You live in a beautiful area! Our maintains have had a tin of snow thus winter but nite in the lower elevations

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  12. Hard to believe this is all the snow you have. Thankfully, ours is disappearing quickly :-)

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    1. A foot here, a foot there, and in between temps in the 50's and even 60's doesn't lend to too much snow!!! One of the nice things about this is our driveway ice rink has long been melted and it stays dry, even when it snows!!!

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  13. Wow! That is one beautiful scene! Your photo is also a beauty...

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  14. A bit of confectioners sugar on those peaks? It's lovely.

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