"And finally Winter,
with its bitin', whinin' wind,
and all the land will be mantled with snow."
Friday night and Saturday...
lot's of snow...and brrrrrrrrr...cold!!!
Sunday through today...
blue skies...and brrrrrrrrrrrrr cold!!!
Yep...at night...it's single digits...
Very nice! It's been super cold here too but tonight was nice. Happy Tuesday!ReplyDelete
Lovely capture. I feel and I feel brrr..... It' winter after all. Here in NY, we're expecting major snowfall today. I'm excited about the winter white sight but not the cold. Stay warm.ReplyDelete
It looks utterly marvellous!ReplyDelete
It looks a lot like here and we're expecting much colder weather as well. Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Lovely and creative wintry photo ~ thanks, carol, xxxReplyDelete
We are experiencing a bit of snow today in MA ~ ^_^
That's a real Christmas tree.ReplyDelete
Definitely beautiful, but I'm happy that for me it's just a photo! ;)ReplyDelete
Pretty cold here, clear blue skies and black ice roadsReplyDelete
det ser ikke særlig koselig ut, men det kommer nok bedre vær etterhvert :-)ReplyDelete
That looks seriously cold! Something crazy seems to be going on in the States with all those ice storms too. Brrrrr is right :).ReplyDelete
This is what it looked like on Saturday...since then we've had blue skies but still verrrrrry cold!!! Hope you all are staying toasty warm!!!ReplyDelete
Oh yeah! Let it snow! I'm hoping our mountains will get some later this week. But we've been having a cold snap too. All the waterfalls in the Gorge started to freeze. I was out Sunday taking photos of them. Fantastic!ReplyDelete
I like that! Beautiful!ReplyDelete
Just as I thought. It's colder where you are.ReplyDelete
Nice photos. Never enough hot chocolate to go around.ReplyDelete
Hot chocolate??? I'll have a cup!!!ReplyDelete
Wonderful tree! Hot chocolate? Oh yes!ReplyDelete
Beautiful but brrrr... (I'm a real winter wimp, hence, the reason I'm where I am .)ReplyDelete
When the snow fell last Friday in Elmira, Oregon, it was so beautiful! Spending 8 days in below freezing (way below), needing chains, has not been easy for your "little big sis".......!ReplyDelete