Random Ramblings

Random Ramblings: Personal observations on a wide variety of subjects. Photographs of creatures and things that are taken on seeing the unusual as well as everyday things.

Snow white

I wonder if this year will be forever known as the ‘year of the snow?’ The snow began in November followed by icy cold snaps then more snow and ice and now here we are once more and the sky has flushed its payload once again; and everywhere is snow white.

Snow white

The snow covered pond!

Buried bird table - in snow white landscape

Buried bird table in the snow white landscape

Winter wonderland of snow white (garden landscape)

The back garden snow covered landscape taken through the back window

Table of snow

Table of snow

Fir trees covered in snow with one solitary blackbird

Fir trees with the local blackbird surveying his territory …

 

16 comments:

Ann said...

You look like you have a little more than we do but I looked out the window earlier and see it has begun to snow again. I wonder how much we will get this time

Petula said...

Looks cold! I haven't seen snow like that in person since I lived in Upstate New York. My children would love to experience that. The most the younger ones have seen is a couple of inches and they thought that was magnificent.

Vishal Dharamdas said...

I love the winters... This post was very interesting..Im glad you took the time to share it here!
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The Painted Veil said...

It looks like someone is going to have a white Christmas.

Walter and I will think of you while we are down in Corpus on the Gulf of Mexico for Christmas!!

Those wonderful shots you got there!!:-)

Mike Golch said...

one of our weathermen call that 6 inces of partly cloudy.Thanks for helping me celebrate my blogversary.

Grampy said...

I feel so bad for you. I watch in the news about how much snow you are getting.Here in the US out west they are getting buried also. Ann is getting a lot of snow too. It has just been missing us. It is suppose to snow over here on Christmas night into Sunday.We'll have to wait and see if it is another miss.

HEALTH NUT WANNABEE MOM said...

It looks cold but beautiful!

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Len said...

Great pictures. It was 85 degrees here yesterday. I don't know who's luckier, you or me.

Tomas said...

in Lithuania, we face the same riddle - 'year of snow' - I like that expression and rejoice over the Christmas mask, that awake and embellish our walk with great visual stories.
Snow covers all differences and thus unites us. Greetings from Tomas' sketchbook. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Grampy said...

Well there is no doubt you will have a white Christmas. I just hope you can be with your loved ones. I would like to wish you a Blessed Merry Christmas.

EastCoastLife said...

Merry Christmas!
It looks so cold! brrrr..... but to me, the white blanket of snow looks beautiful. :P

Laane said...

It's the same here. Majestic!!

Merry Christmas!

Liza said...

Happy Holidays Polly! And to the whole family. :)

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The Painted Veil said...

I hope you had a very Merry Christmas in spite of all the snow.

We are in deep south Texas along The Gulf Coast and it is freezing cold here today.

I can't believe it but we actually had to turn on the heat.

I do so hope you were able to be with your family!!
Jackie:-)

Venussmileygal said...

Here in our country we never experience. I do hope to have a white Christmas someday. Love your photos so much! :)