Can I get away with saying how utterly splendid and appealing that scenery looks in the snow?
The first shot is stunning...love it!
So much perilous beauty!Hope you are safe and warm, with power on.Cheers,Merisi
Snow certainly isn't easy to live with...but it sure is beautiful to look at!!! That first shot is a gorgeous shot!!!
I'm sorry if you were hoping for a bit of tropical relief but I am enjoying this immensely!
Gorgeous ! Your first photo is stunning !Best regards, Synnöve
Truly a winter wonderland. Yes a contrast between our photos. (watch out for those icicles)
Preciosas imagenes..qué frio..un abarzo desde Murcia.
Beautiful! With scenes like that, spring can wait--just a little while longer. :-)
oh but it is beautiful! we might be getting something this weekend...i hope it waits till sunday or monday, i have the boys birthday party planned :/
Beautiful !!!Is it normal that you have so much snow?
I hate winter, but that first photo is stunning!
You've captured a winter wonderland in that first shot. The second shot kind brings reality back into play.
The first scene almost makes us being in our native NJ, but then maybe not. Still it is amazingly beautiful to see the fresh snowfall on the trees. Thanks for the memories!
I hope you will stay safe and warm.
Yesterday winter storm worked very hard creating this beauty.I love the fresh snow on the trees. It makes them so festive and beautiful!Lulu, these are amazing photographs!
OMGoodness, those trees are gorgeous, Jude.It missed us again, and I was actually looking forward to it. anything to get rid of this gray. :-)
That tree shot would make the perfect holiday card.
That top shot is exactly that, a top shot!!I wish the snow would stay pristine for longer than it does in an urban area.
That first image is a thing of beauty!
You know that I am loving this from afar. Fabulous top shot and that ice looks a little scary.
CHILLY... but beautiful looking!
Oh wow! What a lovely scene Lulu, what I'd give for that scene right now :)
The top photo is luscious.
Lovely light, which is interesting because usually light is terrible with snow. It's quite unearthly.
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