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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

And... It's Back to White!


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Meanwhile... I awoke to this. Looks so peaceful. Too bad I had to go out and drive.

snowy day

This setting was absolutely gorgeous. But there was no where I could safely get off the road to take better pictures. I had to stop far away and put up with intervening wires and signs.

snowy day

The coating on things began as slush and then gradually changed to snow. That's the reason it stuck so thick and so long. The last three pictures were taken at 1 pm, on my way home from work. Usually snow like that has long melted or fallen by that time of day.

Even the near vertical cattails have white shadows.

snowy day

I wonder what tomorrow will bring!

snowy day

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John Sealander said...

Even though I hate snow, the view out your window looks quite beautiful...

Secondary Roads said...

Beautiful pictures. I particularly like that first one. Newly fallen snow can be so pretty to look at--and so ugly to navigate.

vanilla said...

I like the pretty pictures, and even looking through the window at the snow, as in the first shot. Happy Thanksgiving!

Ann Thompson said...

Now this is how I like to enjoy snow, through other people's pictures. It really is pretty.

mail4rosey said...

I just saw you bench pressing cabbage over at Chuck's place. :)

The pictures are lovely. I like that scenery if I don't have to go out in it...if I have to go out in it, well that's a different story. ;)

Happy Thanksgiving to you!

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