Monday, December 11, 2017

Snow

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Woke up to the sound of the snow plough this morning…

Went out for a little walk later on - to post some more Christmas cards for abroad, and to take some photos while the snow was still fresh and clinging to the trees. (Yes, well equipped with anti-slipping devices on my boots, and two walking poles to hold on to… The latter making it not all easy to also handle a camera! But I stopped here and there for photos.)

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Through My Lens

11 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures, Dawn. We just got our first snow here. We usually have A LOT of snow by Thanksgiving---but not this year.
    Have a great week and be careful out there! xo Diana

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    1. Thanks Diana. The amount of snow here in south-west Sweden where I live varies a lot from year to year - always difficult to predict!

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  2. A winter wonderland indeed, such lovely photos. Always enjoy snow in photos, not so much in person.

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  3. Thank you for braving the weather AND taking your camera out in spite of the walking poles; it was worth it :-)
    I suspect you're going to have plenty more snow before winter is over. Here, it's all gone after yesterday's almost constant rain. I saw an upturned bucket on top of a half-molten heap of snow at the side of a garden wall - a sad remnant of a snowman.

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    1. Meike, it's the camera that makes me go out! (+ writing postcards that I have to take to a physical postbox to get them sent off) Otherwise I'd probably just stay in... ;)

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  4. your town is once again a winter wonder land.... i love that view of the snow plow out your window.

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    1. Thanks Sandra. I'm not usually up taking photos before dawn... ;) But the snow plow is a pretty powerful alarm clock!

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  5. You are very resourceful! Your pictures are so beautiful; really a winter wonderland. Two and three are my favorites. I do like peeking through your crisp checkered curtains.

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