How do you KNOW we're sick of snow? I think it's gorgeous!!!Do we get sick of summer photos?Do we get sick of fall photos?I don't think we should get sick of snow pictures either!!!! If you live in the snow belt, snowy weather will occupy at least 1/3 of your year!In fact - - - I have MORE pictures of hoar frost, oh such BEAUTIFUL hoar frost, on my camera right now and I do fully intend to make a post about them soon.Maybe you have inspired me to do it NOW.:-)
Stink weeds huh...that made me laugh out loud! Loved these photo's too..very pretty! I love the snow too, we have had so little of it this year. Have a good Valentines day and come say hi any time :D
They are beautiful!!! I am so not sick of the snow photos. I am going to post a snowman picture tomorrow. It was such a lovely treat for the weekend.
Happy Valentines!!!and your photos are beautiful!Snow is good for making snowmen and beautiful photos!xoxo~Kathy @ Sweet Up-North Mornings...
I love your snow photo's great camera. I think we put them on because we just don't get that much snow and it's so pretty and unusual.Sandie
Oh Linda....You are too funny. I love to look at snow photos! I'm not sick of them.They are "cool." Hope you have a nice Valentine's Day. Sincerely, Susan from writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com
Glad it's you and not me lolI actually asked you know who to send you more. Hope you enjoyed it ; )Happy Valentines Day my friend.Love ClaudiexoxoxooSee you Monday night ahhhhhhh JAKE.
It is pretty! I just posted more photos of our snow, too. Most of it is gone now. Hopefully, we will be spared more snow before spring.
Is that a snow covered hydrangea? That really is a gorgeous shot!Happy Valentine's Day!Anne
I guess I got out of Dodge just in time to miss the bad driving but I would have liked to have at least looked at the pretty snow. We had a bit of hail here in SC but it was all gone the next day thankfully.Joyce
Pretty snow pictures, Linda. Keep warm~
Can you believe the size of that snowman? We were driving down in Williamson, Georgia (Pike County) and spotted it in front of a local gas station. Cars were lined up to get a photo of the snowmonster!!!
I wish I had read your stay safe line before I walked out on the front lawn in knee deep snow to take pictures of our beautiful snowfall and promptly fell right on my butt....twice...husband doesn't know I had his fancy Nikon with me at the time....only some snowon the lens....but a big pain when my foot decided to make a left turn as my body was turning to the right....not good...Stay warm....can youbelieve it's only 28 degrees today....
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