The snow squalls arrived last night, and dropped another 8-10" of white powder everywhere. We awoke to an even whiter world, and more work to do! Try to pretend that it's a crisp snappy -15°C or so as you look at these pictures!
Out the side yard just as the sun came up, a main patch of our garden buried under snow.
And the back deck that I spent quite a while clearing yesterday; now it needs to be cleared again.
The birch tree out front adds something to the view. I tried putting off the work, but had to get out and snowblow the driveway again.
As I walked the loop with the dog there were lots more opportunities to take pictures of the snow.
Another of those Hawthorns that holds the snow so well.
Had to go into town for a few things, so I drove down a side road where I know this fence is.
I was hoping for a brief bit of sun and some interesting shadows, but no luck. It's still an intesting pattern of old fences.
And later I walked the dog through the woods. Part of a huge old maple has fallen, and it's branches had held yesterday's snow.
While the young maples on the edge of the field are all plastered on one side with fresh snow.
With all this snow, I got out on snowshoes with the dog again, breaking our own trail through the freshly fallen snow in the woods. I'm giving myself double credit for the half-hour of breaking trail in fresh snow, adding up to an hour and 45 minutes today. I'm catching up on yesterday's miss. And hoping for my first time out on skiis tomorrow - finally!
Nothing like snow for beauty! Such a beautiful world you have captured. I was going to say to link to Good Fences, but see you already have.ReplyDelete
Great snow photos but I'll bet you're tired of shovelling snow!ReplyDelete
It's so hard to pretend we have anything other than a really hot sunny day here. 28 C on the back lawn, and that is with a slight breeze. Wrap up well on those walks. Love the fence photos.ReplyDelete
Such beauty surrounds your home!ReplyDelete
We want to take our snowshoes and quad up to snow level. If we get a sunny day this week we might do it. - MargyReplyDelete
Such pretty photos, our snow is not that pretty:)ReplyDelete
Oh look at all that lovely snow! Like your pics of the tumble down fence too.ReplyDelete
Beautiful snow scenes! Stay warm.ReplyDelete
You are full of energy. Shoveling snow is the most tiring but also slogging through its drifts can be heart pounding. Lovely stuff. I wonder if we will see any at all this year.ReplyDelete
Beautiful, but so very cccccold!ReplyDelete
Beautiful snowy photos! I love the fence photos. We got 38 cm. of snow in the blizzard yesterday and today it's really cold at -15 and windy. Enjoy the snowshoeing and skiing.ReplyDelete
Lovely photos ! We got a dumping of more snow last night and I think we are to get more today . Now Papa and I have to get out there and snow blow and shovel then I can take more winter photos lol ! Breaking your own snow trail is a work out that's for sure ! Good that your getting out there and enjoying nothing like fresh crisp air it really is invigorating . Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !ReplyDelete
Beautiful snowy scenes, lovely fence!ReplyDelete
Snow photography is beautiful and snowshoeing and skiing are fun ~ Love the fence shot in the snow ~ReplyDelete
Wishing you a joyful weekend ~ ^_^
Snowshoes make it harder and I count time and a half for them, and breaking trail? Double is quite appropriate. You are back in the groove now. Love the pretty snow pictures, too. :-)ReplyDelete
Oh wow, what a pretty snowy wonderland. It is a lot of work but so pretty to see. Great series of images. Happy Thursday, enjoy your day!ReplyDelete
Looks so pretty and cold, glad we are not there.ReplyDelete
awwww the sun, the shadows, the fences...these could not be more beautiful!!!!!ReplyDelete
The snow is beautiful but I agree also a lot of work. The snow squalls visited East Gwillimbury too.ReplyDelete
Yay snow! Lovely snowy scenes, love that split rail fence!ReplyDelete
wow, i know that's a lot of work for you, but so beautiful!!!ReplyDelete
I looked up your bay that you were visiting and I have a better understanding of where you live. Your photos show a very picturesque place. It reminds me of the state of Maine where my son lives with bits and pieces of history hanging around in the landscape.ReplyDelete
I didn't mention that the photos are really great and I think snow does make the place look good.Delete
Beautiful place your live in. That is too much snow for me. Looks pretty though.ReplyDelete
Now that is a serious winter wonderland of white !ReplyDelete
All the best Jan
Winter Wonderland for sure. The snow covered fences and trees are pretty. Here it's just cloudy and rainy although the sun did shine a bit today. Can't complain.ReplyDelete
Thanks for heading out in the cold to take these beautiful photos. Everything always looks so great with snow on it...ReplyDelete