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Sunday, January 15, 2012

Yes! My Pictures Of The Day

Yes! Our first snow! Early morning... The very beginning...
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22 comments:

  1. Isn't it beautiful? We've waited a long time for it!

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  2. Breathtaking views! I like how the dragon seems to take it all in stride.

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  3. You have some gorgeous views from your windows! Its beginning to look a lot more like winter in your corner of the world.

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  4. Hi Tatyana, how pretty your already lovely garden looks sprinkled with snow. It is like the icing on the cake :-)! I would love to be able to look out of your windows! Thanks for sharing!
    Christina

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  5. Beautiful shots Tatyana. Although that white on all of that green looks so out of place.LOL!

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  6. Sooo beautiful! How a little layer of snow turns nature into a magical wonderland. I hope we get some snow this year. There was a lot of snow at the end of 2010, in 2011 we didn't get any snow however and this winter has been... not wintery at all... I wonder if winter will still arrive or if we'll just go from autumn to spring...???
    Bye,
    Marian

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  7. You must have lovely views from your windows no matter the season, but it is especially beautiful with just the dusting of snow!

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  8. Congratulations on finally getting some snow, Tatyana. I know that, like me, you are a snow lover. We got snow this week, too, but ours ended in sleet and freezing rain; so it's the kind with a layer of ice on top -- not the pretty fluffy stuff. I enjoyed your photos. -Jean

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  9. Beautiful snow shots Tatyana. I like seeing it elsewhere. It is pretty and light.

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  10. It'll snow here soon. Take your dragon in - looks frozen!

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  11. Very picturesque, Tatyana. What a difference a little bit of the white stuff makes. The evergreens,hedges and the like look great with a gently dusting.

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  12. What pretty views you have, everywhere sprinkled with snow. We've only just had our first frost this weekend, it's been a different winter here than what we've had over the last two years.

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  13. I love how you capture the beginning!

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  14. Mature conifers in a snow storm... you garden in paradise Tatyana!! Larry

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  15. I'm jalous now!!!
    I'm waiting and longing for snow but...nothing!!

    Beautiful beautiful pics!
    Enjoy your day!

    Fra

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  16. Ahh..taking some time to check your pictures out. So beautiful. Wishing you a very good year to come.

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  17. Snow can be a real pain but when we see photos like yours it really puts it in perspective. Just gorgeous!

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  18. Beautiful pics of your first snow fall. And you got to enjoy it from the warmth of your home. :)

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  19. Falling snow is serenity personified.

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  20. We have had only a dusting so far too, and I am really missing the snow.

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  21. Wonder how much green will be left in your garden around Wednesday if we get the storm they're predicting. And you make me want a boxwood hedge, even though I know I could never maintain one. For now, I'll admire yours.

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  22. There is something magical about the season's first snowfall. Enjoy!

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