Snow, snow, we love snow. You'd think we'd grow tired of it but it's just so beautiful.
oh how lovely! it looks like a b/w photo with one splash of color... seriously paint that!smiles, beexoxoxoxoxoxo
Well, it is snowing on your blog - guess some of it escaped to outdoors.Stay warm!
what a beatiful view you have...I agree w/ Bee. it's paint-wortthy!
Love your yard. It's very pretty but I don't think it will last long. Hard saying in Maine lately just what the weather is going to do! Pretty cool how the date is green, the title is red and your comment is white....almost like your photo. We have to imagine the green trees I guess huh? Hey thanks for your comment on my blog about my heart attack. It's been a hard year but I lived through it! I am trying to find some gratitude, amongst a bunch of crazy stuff going on around me. I am not even into my favorite time of year for some reason.
Snow is always pretty, from the inside looking OUT. That is one awesome view you've got...
Beautiful... at least your geared up for it over there... we've had snow and as usual England has ground to a halt and its all the press can talk about...keep warm x
The snow didn't stay in Saco. All gone!
None here yet, but I'm thinking there will be tomorrow! It's so pretty though. ~Lili
Here in the north woods we are getting much, much more. I love snow this time of year. Your Thanksgiving table was just beautiful.Hugs, Kathleen
It be beautiful. Your artist's eye captured the perfect winter scene.
No snow on the ground in Wells..........just some pretty flurries (this is not a complaint!!) Pretty in your picture though.Cindy
Beautiful. It oddly reminds me of an old timey novel for some reason.
Great picture of the snow! I was too slow to get out my camera and now it is mostly melted. It is nice to cover up November browns.
That's a purty, purty, scene.
Love to see the yard at Christmas time and the snow is a bonus, baby!Florida Checks In!
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