Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Snow


No snow on Christmas Eve or Christmas Day
or the two days following
but when the guests - who were craving snow -
left
down came the snow.

It happens.


14 comments:

  1. Isn't that the way it works out. We are still snow free here in Utah. I'm not missing it yet. I think I need to live where it is warm, but I really don't like giant insects or spiders. Your picture is beautiful and peaceful.

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  2. Yes, but now you can enjoy the beauty without the din of guests clamoring about, taking pictures, dragging in wet, muddy boots, etc., etc.

    Have a glass of wine and sit back and relax. I'd come join you but I've got to play golf tomorrow! :-)

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  3. What a beautiful sight! I love new-fallen snow. (And after that, I'm happy if it disappears within a few days.) Enjoy the crispy, icy muffling of the snow.

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  4. We have had a few flakes, but no real snow. I miss it! Glad to see you finally got some measurable snowfall.

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  5. We got it too. Guess it had to happen sooner or later. Beautiful photo.

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  6. That is a gorgeous photo. I wish the snow had come earlier though for your guests. Maybe it was a blessing in disguise to make their travel easier.

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  7. Je serai absente un petit moment, mais à l'aube de cette année 2012, je vous renouvelle mes voeux afin que tout soit possible y compris le bonheur...
    gros bisous

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  8. no predicting the whims of mother nature. beautiful shot.

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  9. Mother Nature uses the finest fondant. . . so lovely.

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  10. And so you can show us beautyful white benches..with a nice view on the grey lake,and the light fog around..what a serene picture!

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  11. Talk about postcards...
    Here it is "Happy Holidays 2012" from the Creechs!

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  12. pretty snow who plays tricks on the out of town guests.

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  13. What a beautiful photograph.

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