I think I have had as much snow as I can stand at the moment :-) I Look forward to seeing this in summer!Though I appreciate the very special atmosphere.
The fountain has a stark beauty in the winter. I think I prefer the possibility and promise of the winter fountain.
Your winter is really lovely, Paulie.
Maybe because of your yesterday's post, I don't see snow, I see sugar!
The look of everything changes a little when covered with snow. When the snow is fresh, it's magical.
You've had a lot of snow this year and now rain. The forcast here is for rain and showers all next week. We need it but you will probably tire of it before the winter is over.A belated happy birthday, Paulie, enjoy your visit with your son.
No, Martha Z . . . we only had one day of snow this winter and it lasted three days, two of which I took photos for 7 hours the first day and 3 hours the second walk.
Hi Paulie,I can see you like snow. I used to, but now I'm more in Rune's camp. And this winter has been mild for us so far!Neat shots, snow does make everything look different.
These night shots are wonderful, Paulie - I see you were out even after dark, getting your money's worth from that snow!