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It was windy and snowy morning on the Štrbské Mountain-Lake in High Tatras, Slovakia.

My previous upload from this place taken after the weather cleared up:


Only snow can make beautiful our lands ..

Vigevano (Pv) - Una mattina di Febbraio in campagna (-7°C)

This storm that was suppose to miss us is hitting us pretty good right now!

Show me a garden that's bursting into life.

9 inches and still snowing:(

10" x 13" Watercolor

Arches 140#CP

Krylon Acryllic White Webbing


The North Carolina Piedmont had its first snow of 2013 -- and I was doing the Snow Happy Dance! It started around 7:30 pm last night and lasted only until around 10 pm ...The predicted 3" - 5" didn't happen, however, and this morning, looking outside and judging merely by the light on the porch, there is little accumulation. Darn! But it was that white stuff!! YIPPEE!


The weeklong barrage of rain however, weakened so many trees, and the sudden cold and heaviness of the snow has caused many of them to fall. (And sadly, my apricot blossoms will not bear fruit AGAIN this year -- sigh!), I can see more tree branches ON my back porch than off it, but can't tell if the trees have toppled, split or areemerely so bent over with the now-frozen precipitation that they cannot stand. I'll have to check once the sun comes up.


Because temps have fallen so fast, the puddles of rain and frozen snow have caused wide-spread school and business delays and closings. Temperatures are supposed to reach mid 40s later this morning, so all the pretty snow and even the treacherous ice should be gone very soon.


Still, judging by photos on the news and Internet, even this minimal drop of the 'white stuff' has caused joyousness in children, mini-snowmen to be built, and painters to dream ....


May it come again soon!

Runcorn Town Park, Cheshire. I had missed this when editing the 'Winter' shot.


16th in Explore, January 4th 2011.

Of course I have a bunch of snowy squirrel shots now. Mittens doesn't seem to mind the snow at all as long as she can find some of the peanuts I put out, which keep getting covered up.

Snow was made for beauty and to make you feel lighter and childlike inside, so angels can visit you."

— Breanna Cornell

Piled high, HFF! Christmas Day Snow Storm.

Snow trails on a frozen lake -Oro Station, ON, Canada

HasselBlad 500C/M

CF Makro-Planar 120mm F4 T*

Kodak EPR

Day 315


I have been hoping for rain so I could do this shot... I never imagined I would get lucky enough to have SNOW here in Tucson for it!!


A chilly but glorious morning!


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9" x 12"

Arches 140#CP


Already the snow has melted and disappeared --- but photos and memories linger.


This is my side property - a view from my porch as twilight settled and the snow continued its soft fall. Small pines, bare trees, ornamental grasses all peek through the forming mounds. I couldn't get enough of that quiet magic ----


This week promises to be free of any preciptation, but the frigid cold has found its way south and many of our outdoor activities will have to wait until the temps rise about 40F -- which won't happen until later this week. BRRRRR....


Stay well and warm!

Snow day! :)


Happy (I'm mentally wiped from this week, but it's) Friday!!!


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Having fun in the snow!

First snow in Karlstad

We got about 4-6 inches last night. Our picnic table is our snow

gauge. :-)


Thanks, Cherithsky! I'm including the link

Had a little snow yesterday, around 15cm. Nothing too hard to handle, but at times it was coming down pretty hard, like when I stopped to take this shot.

at the Honey Hill farm in Shenandoah.

Snow, Husky in Rovaniemi, Lapland, Finland

Snow's been a familiar sight here for the last month. The first major snowfall was "pretty".

Earth teach me to forget myself as melted snow forgets its life. Earth teach me resignation as the leaves which die in the fall. Earth teach me courage as the tree which stands all alone. Earth teach me regeneration as the seed which rises in the spring.


William Alexander


We got new snow over the weekend, so after it have have been thaw and frost the last few days it looks prettier.

We still need to walk gently, as it feels like being on a skating rink.


Sprinkle on black

A lone tree standing on a hillside covered in fresh snow in the Peak District national park.

After a heavy snowstorm blanketed the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains with snow, an eastbound Union Pacific coal train enters Crescent siding on the morning of December 22, 2006. The Continental Divide looms above the train.

Short on time but wanting to capture something... you sometimes go with your fallbacks.

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