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Monday, December 11, 2006

Fairy Frost





We woke up to a real fairyland today. We went for a walk and took a lot of photos. It would be hard to find scenery more beautiful than this. Now it is mid afternoon and the frost is even thicker on the trees and it is still foggy. I am so glad we don't have to drive in it and can just enjoy it.














23 comments:

meggie said...

Hi Joyce,
Thanks for posting those pics. How beautiful it looks. I can almost feel the sharpness of the cold air in my lungs!
We had a horror hot day yesterday... but this morning it is raining! And quite nice & cool.

Anonymous said...

OMG! A real live caboose in your yard!?!?!?! How cool is that....

Anonymous said...

Great photos! I just love the snow and it is melting down here in Chicagoland.

Is the caboose in your yard? We alway wanted one. Maybe someday.

Anonymous said...

looks great! We had a little fronst on the trees here in the city, but nothing so spectacular.

Libby said...

Absolutely beautiful -- like stepping into a wonderland. Lucky me, I get to enjoy it and stay toasty warm all at the same time *s*

Anonymous said...

So very pretty! Got any closeups of the branches? I've never seen a frost like that in Memphis. :)

Tracey @ozcountryquiltingmum said...

Love that cast-an arty Mum like Grandma! I can't wait for my boy to get home and see the snow pics-I'm not sure he really understands such a thing exists!

Sandra said...

Oh - wonderful snow pictures! Wish I was there :-)

Anonymous said...

The snow looks beautiful - we hardly ever seem to get snow any more.

Tonya R said...

Oh it's gorgeous, but I'm awfully glad Idon't have to drive around in it either.

Anonymous said...

Cool pics! What is that building?

Anonymous said...

Oh, your winter wonderland looks divine!! Is your fire going? Your homemade bread warm? Cups of coffee and hot chocolate out? Oh, and what about a delicious pot of hearty soup? Can we all pop in with our handsewing and spend the afternoon?

Katie said...

Oh so beautiful. Nature does make the best art. But I'm willing to look at the pics and be a snow bird here in FL.

Anonymous said...

It looks magical!!!

Anonymous said...

beautiful photos Joyce. I would love to be there to see it for myself.

Glad your to see your grandson is well even if he has the cast on his arm. Clever idea drawing something on it.

Anonymous said...

Send snow my way...I'll send 75 degree weather....Would rather have snow!

Anonymous said...

They really are such beautiful pictures. Thank you. Merry Christmas.

Ali Honey said...

What magic! Preparing for a White Christmas ...you can do all the things to keep you warm and snug like hot toddies and comfort food. It's rather different down in the Southern Hemisphere. Enjoy your snow and keep taking the photos....I love to see them.

Darlene - Dazed Quilter said...

Wow, that's truly a winter wonderland! Thank you so much for sharing your pictures. I would love to be inside in front of a large window doing some handwork starring at it in wonder - AHHHH!

carol said...

Beautiful snow pics. Do tell us more about the Caboose! Is it on your property? Do the kids play in it?...BTW, my snow has melted; it is so dreary now.

carol said...

Thanks for the head's up about your July 6 post about the caboose. That is soooo awesome!

Lily said...

WOW WOW WOW!

Darcie...Quilting By Darcie said...

Breathtaking photos, Joyce! Will your hubby be framing some for art galleries?