Wednesday, January 25, 2012

It's beginning to look a lot like... ♪ ♫ ♪


            ...Finally we have snow!

 Early Morning Snow in my Gardens...
LOVE the shades of blue 
they reflect.


Just when we were beginning to think 
it was going to be a snowless Winter.

Never have we had such a season.

Welcome snow!

And to think that last Winter was a record snow season 
that kept Utah Ski Resorts open through July 4.

What a difference this year has been! 

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Walk in the Gardens Challenge. 

I'm looking forward to seeing what you have discovered!





15 comments:

  1. Until I saw your beautiful snowy scenes I was just thinking how very glad that I am not to have had any in January. If it does arrive in February, no doubt I will be saying, take it back.

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  2. Looks beautiful with the snow! The white stuff was late coming to Wisconsin, too. But now we've had a healthy covering for a couple of weeks. A good thing--because the plants really need it. Lovely photos with the snow and the mountains!

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  3. It is a beautiful snow Carolyn. Glad you got some for a covering at least. It is amazing the difference in the weather from last winter. Last year our ski areas were delighted with the snow and cold temperatures. THis year they have been making snow all winter. Beautiful Pictures!

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  4. Well, I'm not a winter fan, but I must admit that it is indeed beautiful. We are also having a mild winter, but I haven't had any pretty winter scenes to photograph this year. Hey Carolyn, be sure to come visit my new blog, my old one was lost due to someone else's fraud. Grrrrr! http://lifeinrobinsnest.blogspot.com/

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  5. Donna@Gardens Eye ViewJanuary 9, 2013 at 7:56 PM

    Beautiful whites and blues...we still have a small snow cover and even with just 27 inches officially we are still leading the snowfall...of course I have had in excess of 36 inches but last year we had 136 inches this time...my yard is still flooded from all the thaws and rains so we don't need the snow, we need the constant snow cover with no thaw for a while...

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  6. The snow does make for such beautiful photos!

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  7. The snow does make for such beautiful pics!

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  8. Wow - that is a difference!  Didn't realize you had SOOO much snow last year as compared to this!  It's very pretty.  

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  9. The Sage ButterflyJanuary 9, 2013 at 7:56 PM

    Wonderful! We have had a few dustings that melted quickly and some ice storms, but I sure hope we get some snow soon! Enjoy!

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  10. WOW! What an amazing view you have from your house!! I have other peoples houses...you have mountains, trees and all things beuatiful. The snow-coating makes it all even more stunning xx

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  11. WOW! What an amazing view you have from your house!! I have other peoples houses...you have mountains, trees and all things beuatiful. The snow-coating makes it all even more stunning xx

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  12. We have neighbor houses too, Jane, but not so close in the back of our home. And we've planted our landscape in such a way as to accent the mountains and block the view of the houses. 

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  13. The beauty of the Utah Wasatch mountains is so uplifting covered in snow.  It is like that is the way it should be, peaceful and inspiring. When I was there for a year, I actually felt like I was in God's country. Beautiful images Carolyn.

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  14. I love your snowy mountain photos! I have nominated you for the Versatile Bloggers award. See http://greenplace-chapelhill.blogspot.com/2012/01/i-thought-id-share-favorite-photograph.html

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  15. Awesome photos!  What a gift to wake up to each day...  

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