Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Beautiful views for those who don't have snow (yet...) :-)
Goodness gracious, this looks way too cold for me! Stay warm!
I like the 2nd one. The ripply stick looks like a snake caught in the cold. The first one brings wonders of big basket ball games being played for national titles. Your photographers eye shows your love for where you live
oo the water pic and ice is really cool....still no white here...just cold....
I did not realize you had snow already! How neat – your pictures are lovely. I don’t know if we’ll get snow this year – we have not now for two years. When I retired as we wished to see snow we drove all the way to Burnsville in NC and did it snow! We could not drive anywhere but it was so very beautiful. We may have to drive up to NC again.
Glad you got more pics...though I bet you bundled up pretty good. THank heavens cameras work in cold.
Beautiful! If you need more pictures come to Mizzouri, we have about 5 inches and they are saying 6-10 for totals. Extreme low temps for tomorrow. Like -12 before wind chills, could feel like -30 before it's all over.
Watch that little creek for the next few days. I'm guessing there will be even more ice. Lovely photographs.
If they are as pretty and homely as these I’m not complaining.
Your snow photos are beautiful. I know some folks don't like snow but how can one say that it is not lovely against the landscape especially with barns. -- barbara
There's something so incredible about snow covered anything, very nice photos! Love the ice:)
Vicki, your 2014 snowfall still looks so pretty. Up here in New York City, the beauty I awoke to a few days ago has now been through the slush stage, the re-frozen icy sidewalk stage, and now is just about all gone.I never got over to Central Park to take a few pictures of the beauty stage. Now we await the second snowfall of 2014.xo
These pictures were from Friday, Frances. Our snow is all gone now and we are hunkered down waiting for the extreme temperature drop that has been forecast. Hoping the power stays on and the water doesn't freeze...
My favorite is the 4th pic down, with the sun peeking out over the red barn and illuminating the snowscape. Maybe we'll get more tonight! And no matter the snow amount, there will surely be great creek and waterfall photos to be taken a couple of days from now!
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