Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
It looks beautiful... and cold!What did the kittehs think of it? Did they get to touch it?
really nice photosand the river looks cold and wildbrrrr
Gorgeous peaceful photos of snow...you can feel the quiet and the cold coming off the images!
Beautiful - I love the contrasts that snow makes. I hope your Thanksgiving was filled with love and laughter, good food and family.
oo very nice....like a bit of frosting on everything....most of ours is already gone...except on the mountains...i love the way it makes the mountains look....
no need for words... gorgeous!JJRod'zbrrrrr...
Gorgeous!!! Happy Thanksgiving :)
My favorite is the blue bench covered in snow. It looks so cold. All are great. Sometimes we get a little snow on Palomar Mountain but usually gone in a day or two.
Love the winter scenes. They remind me of my many years spent in Highlands, NC. I like the memories, but the reality of winter in the Triangle area is much more tolerable! Stay warm. I hope you have several cords of seasoned firewood -- sort of like money in the bank.
How dramatic! Suddenly you are plunged into monochrome. The photos are beautiful.
As lovely and peaceful as a snowy day.
Ms. A -- the kittehs haven't been out yet -- there are so many places they could dart off and hide and I don't want to be hunting for them in this weather.Mike -- we have lots of firewood -- a good thing since our backup Monitor heater suddenly quit working.
Lovely! We didn't get but a dusting. I'm hoping for at least one big snow this winter : )
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