Winter Wonderland

snowy treeicy leavessnowy parksnowy flowersNot our typical early October weather, but beautiful all the same. Entire trees encased in ice. Leaves that normally would have long fallen off the branch by the first snow, encrusted with snowy jewels. Flowers in full bloom drooping under the weight of freshly fallen snow.

nature • Tuesday, October 13th, 2009 • 11 Comments »
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11 Responses to “Winter Wonderland”

  1. sarah london says:

    oh my! such superb photos! beautiful! is indeed a winter wonderland!

  2. Jennifer says:

    Sarah, thanks for stopping by, great icon.

  3. Emily says:

    Those views look amazing – how incredibly beautiful! Have changed that link – think its all ok now! Off to my class in a bit will hopefully have something to show at the end of it – Have a good day x

  4. Trudy says:

    Exquisite!

  5. Amy says:

    while I do love those photos, I must admit that if it snowed like that in Boston this weekend I would not have been happy!
    oh the shoveling has started so soon for you…

  6. Concetta says:

    Oh my – how beautiful! Still 18 celcius here in London! Just read your long post in the fishbowl and wanted to pop by to say I think you are amazing!

  7. Jennifer says:

    Thanks everybody for stopping by and saying hello. It sure is beautiful, but I just wasn’t quite ready for middle of the winter weather yet. It’s supposed to warm up a bit here for the weekend, so we can hopefully get some last minute outside time in before winter really sets in.

  8. Sandie says:

    Beautiful photos …. hard to believe that you took those on the same day as I was out in the sunshine photographing a field of poppies in Dorset!

  9. Emma says:

    Absolutely beautiful!!
    Is snow in October normal for where you are?
    Just discovered your blog..will be checking in regularly now.

  10. Mary Beth says:

    What beautiful photos! And how different from where we are!

  11. Elizabeth says:

    Wow – snow in October, that’s amazing. Beautiful photos.

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