Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
May it be gone in the morning - having fertilized the emerging bulb blossoms!
Oh dear, and there I thought you are about the harvest strawberries any day now!Winter needed one last chance to show off his graphic artist skills, before he applied for a summer job up at the North Pole! Really pretty images!
You always manage to capture such pretty images Vicki. I do hope spring is just around the corner. In like a lion, out like a lamb, right?Sam
Those are some beautiful textures you captured!
it does add a bit of magic to your world though....beautiful...
Hang on. Next weekend's forecast is looking better.
You can imagine that with an outdoor wedding planned for the end of the month, we are all hoping March becomes a lot more lamb-like.
How decorative! It's a pity that this beauty doesn 't last. These photos are very inspiring for poets and painters.
I love snow and your pictures are beautiful.
Beautiful pictures. We haven't had a lot of snow this year. It has snowed all week, but it didn't stick. It is currently snowing beautiful large flakes and the cardinals and bluejays look so pretty darting about at our bird feeder.
I do believe the rodent got it wrong this year.
Beautiful shots Vicki and I didn't even mention the "S" word!
I understand that you need spring , but I love your pictures of snow!
Our deck not too far from Atlanta was white for awhile last night, but we'll be complaining about how hot it is before you know it.Lynne in GA
Someone was out with the icing sugar....
What a charming sprinkling, however.
Looks so very pretty and it looks dry! if you know what I mean. Our snow over here looks wet. Has it all gone now?
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