Silent Sunday (2)…Finally!!!

Posted: December 4, 2016 in Miscellaneous, Silent Sunday
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© janet m. webb 2016

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  1. HonieBriggs says:

    Picture postcard perfect.

  2. marianallen says:

    :0 Don’t know why I’m surprised — it IS December, after all. Maybe because it’s only drizzling a cold, yucky rain, here. Your snow looks beautiful! I always forget how magical snow looks and seems! On the other hand, it’s BAD MAGIC, if you need to get out in it (if you live in a place that can’t seem to get the hang of making the roads and streets safe to drive when it’s snowy!). Thanks for sharing the beauty!

    • My pleasure, Marian. Living in the Midwest, and in Steamboat Springs, CO for several year right after college, I’ve always been somewhere that snow was expected and prepared for. I love it! But I admit that in Steamboat, we used to watch for cars with Texas plates, as they didn’t usually know how to drive in snow. 🙂 In winter, I’d much rather have snow than rain.

      janet

  3. so so beautiful and just a little envious! xx

  4. Joanne Sisco says:

    I’m so happy for you, but please, please, please, don’t send it here. I’m not ready. Maybe February 😉

  5. Dan Antion says:

    Very pretty1 Nice job, Janet.

  6. Putting that slide in the photo was a wonderful touch, Janet(just like the green sprig and the bird).
    Ω

  7. No way was I hitting ‘like’ on that. It’s coming our way tomorrow. 🙂

    • It’s so beautiful that I spent much of the day smiling, Judy. We had at least 6″ or more of it, the heavy but beautiful stuff. Can’t wait for my walk in the park tomorrow morning!

      janet, like-less in Naperville 🙂

  8. Snow makes everything feel so fresh and crisp! Lovely capture!

  9. belocchio says:

    Snow is a rare bird in the Vancouver area. Everything is lush and green, but I can look north to the local mountains and the peaks are covered in beautiful shimmering snow. Today however WE HAD SNOW. It literally stops traffic. It is heavy wet and slipper snow. And we transplanted prairie people gloried in it. It only lasted a few hours but it was a winter wonderland. XX Virginia

    On Sun, Dec 4, 2016 at 10:25 AM, This, that and the other thing wrote:

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  10. Perfect depiction of a snow … love.
    Isadora 😎

  11. Nothing like the silence of newly fallen snow. I miss that!

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