Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Oh that looks so monochrome and magical to me. How Christmas should be. I long for a Winter Christmas> maybe next year I'll join my Canadian family...
It is so beautiful, exuding such a calm, peaceful atmosphere. We miss out on that, here. A traditional Christmas is tailor made for such a climate, but completely out of sorts with our hot summers.
Oh yes, the beauty that you show here is just how it should be for Christmas I think. I loved the few Christmases I had in the UK. Darkness falling early, the cold and snow. Big sighs :-)
Lucky you! It's so dry here. Our humidity is hovering right around 2%. It's been really cold, lows in the single digits, highs in the low 20's, but...no rain, no snow. :( Beautiful photos!
Now that's what the Christmas season should look like! Love it.
Our cocoa tin has been rattling, these past few days. Nothing quite like a steaming mug on grey, chilly days.
A snowy night, blue skies in the morning to show off a winter wonderland, how fabulous! :-)
Already another snowy winter for you and for our pleasure!
We had some snow from that system but none stuck. We'll have to wait for our White Christmas. Jim
Snow always makes Christmas seem more like Christmas.Sam
Beautiful fairyland!!! Wow!!!! Cathy
What beautiful shots Vicki; I love snow! It's a cold 32 here in Florida this morning and we have some frost on the ground.
nice..we got the rain, no snow..i am sad...i so want some snow...love the pics!
thats a place to be
So beautiful, Vicki! It's wintry cold here in South Louisiana today, but the scenery that comes along with this weather is mostly shades of grey and brown. I'd much rather look outside and see your sugar-frosted trees.
Gorgeous! Keep those photos coming, please, and I may not miss the snow. I'm enjoying the Arizona desert but it *does* feel a bit strange after 50 years of winter snows... Luckily, if I desperately need a 'snow fix' I can head a few hours north to Flagstaff. Phew.
Little more beautiful for me than the sun sparkling off snow! Like seeing a field of diamonds, only more precious. We've only had a few minutes of snow so far. But we're getting those enchanting frozen fog mornings, where everything from weeds to trees sparkle as the fog thaws, and drips off.
How lucky you are!:)
Oh, it's so pretty to look at on the trees but urban snow is not so nice.
I grew up in Florida and we tried hard to feel Christmassy in balmy weather. It's funny that the northern European idea of Christmas seems the 'correct' sort of Christmas to many of us -- especially since the birth of Jesus was in a non-snowy place -- and possibly not even in December, according to many scholars...But I still like the snow -- makes it easier for those reindeer to land on the roof.
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