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Friday, December 20, 2013

Birdbath in December and Today's Snow

And these is what's going on today:

Happy Holidays!
Stay warm!

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  1. Happy Holidays Tatyana! We have messy snow here too, making for some treacherous driving.

  2. What interesting pictures of your birdbath and the various phases of ice melt! Isn't today's snow lovely? Just enough to make everything white, bright and clean but not so much that we need to worry about branches breaking. Happy Holidays Tatyana!

  3. Hi Tatyana,

    Merry Christmas! How lovely that you've got snow. And it looks like a wet snow so no bitter cold that could harm your plants. We had snow two weeks ago and there are STILL dirty piles of it in parking lots. So unusual. Thank you for the beautiful photos. I hope you and your family have a warm and wonderful holiday. Hugs.

  4. An icy birdbath and snow, so beautiful but cold and slippery. This year no snow for us until now, even the temperature is mild for this time of year up to 10 degr.C. rather unusual. Wish you a Merry Christmas!

  5. Tatyana, Magic winter pictures; very special time, white, ice and cold but so wonderful. Inside cosy warm. did you wear gloves to make the pictures? At this time of day the Lorikeets are very noisy. enjoying their evening gossip with each other, not a snowflake in sight for Christmas.

  6. The magic of ice! and your eye to find it. ;) Merry Christmas to you and your family, Tatyana

  7. Pretty ice as long as you can get back inside quickly! Merry Christmas!

  8. How interesting and lovely your garden in snow.


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