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Monday, December 10, 2012

Snow!

 
Hey, it's still too little and too wet to do anything with, but it's so much prettier than gray and brown. Just enjoy.

This is "my" trail through the pines.

snowy trail in trees

Gotta love snow on highbush cranberry.

snow on highbush cranberry

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12 comments:

spinninglovelydays said...

popping by for a quick visit - love the color contrast made by those berries and the background - hope you're well!

eileeninmd said...

A beautiful place in the pines to walk. Love the pretty berries. Have a great day and a happy week ahead.

Shelly said...

The red berry pic is beautiful.

Hugs and chocolate,
Shelly

Secondary Roads said...

The trails looks so inviting. Love the bright red of the cranberries.

vanilla said...

I'm sure it is only the beginning, so enjoy your white world. It is a nice change from "gray."

Duxbury Ramblers said...

Not many berries left here due to the Waxwings that come for the winter, this year we seem to have more than ever. Looking at the Cranberries I don't think they will last long, well they wouldn't here :)

Ann said...

That is the one nice thing about snow, it covers up all the ugly brown. It sure does look pretty with those berries

Lin said...

oooooh, PRETTY! I am officially jealous now. :( We don't have any snow here yet.

Sharkbytes said...

Hi Ivy- Nice to see you. Yes, I love the red and white

Eileen- it's on my everyday route

Shelly- I just can't resist taking pictures when I see them

Chuck- Scenes like that just draw me into the woods

vanilla- I know you don't appreciate it as much as I do, so thanks for the good wishes

Carole- the birds here don't seem to eat these very much. At least, there are always bushes loaded with them all winter.

Ann- yeah, I'm not a big fan of gray and brown

Lin- we are going to lose it all again this weekend, so don't turn green.

The Retired One said...

loved the shot of the snow on the berries...just reminds you of the holidays, for sure!

John said...

I'm jealous. We haven't had any snow yet :-(

RNSANE said...

The snow on the red berries certainly make for a festive shot.

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