Look what we found when we woke up yesterday morning. The first snow of the season dusted us with about 3".
There's a lot of color to be seen in a snowscape, isn't there?
Remember Old Madison from this summer? The old street running through my yard? Well, maybe this makes it more evident that it was indeed once a toad.
Looking skyward is good, too.
And the sunrise through the snow covered trees this morning was pretty nice, too!
Happy Garden Tuesday, everyone, even though it's Wednesday!
Down here, 3" is a major snowfall rather than a dusting - it's always relative.
Really! What a winter wonderland. Where is it that you live again???
First snow! You lucky duck. We have been buried under more than once already this winter with more than 6" at a time.
I have butterflies. :)
Beautiful. We got a cold rain. At least it wasn't freezing rain, so no, I'm not REALLY complaining.
Benny & Lily
Oh my goodness! It's so pretty! I'm hoping to see lots of that this year :)
Wow I can't believe you receive that much snow already! It is gorgeous though.
Looks like you had another wonderful and elegant Thanksgiving! Hugs!
Ah, I love trees, and I love snow. So pretty!
I see old Madison, all right. And Christmas trees.
Pretty! I miss waking up to fresh snow.
Fantastic photos but I have to say I am glad that we have not quite reached that point in winter yet! I can do without the white stuff even though it looks so beautiful on the screen :-) Take care and keep warm Diane
Oh I love snow! I'm so very envious. It didn't even snow when we were there visiting last year. I much prefer the wet white stuff to just the wet stuff falling from the sky. g
Hope you're doing well!
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