Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Snow, snow and more snow!

Two major snow storms less than a week apart. I'm getting a wee bit tired of the white stuff now. At least the husband gets off work and I have time to create.
Here are some pictures from last Saturday's snow...

View from the front yard.


Icicles on the back porch.


Sunset from the back yard.


And here is what I see out my studio window today...



Dining room window...


Out the front door...



Maybe we should try making snow ice cream. Here's another recipe for snow ice cream.

23 comments:

blackbird said...

Your photos are lovely.

Here in Seattle, we haven't had a bit of snow this year but we had enough last year to last us for a while yet. It is beautiful- it's too bad that it's so inconvenient.

Possible Impossibilities Studio said...

BEAUTIFUL photos! I especially like the first one with the orange sunset. I hope you have snow shoes!
:-) Deb

Faerie Moon Creations said...

Wow - you really got a lot of snow!!! Our storm is just underway now. Very light snow to begin, but we're supposed to get hit really hard later today. We shall see. :) Your photos are really pretty. Hopefully, I will get some good shots of what may be our last big snow of the season. Theresa

DeLaRenaissance said...

Beautiful sunset pictures Jen! Wow, you have been getting snow! I agree, enough snow, though me being in Minnesota it's not unusual to see that cold white stuff right up to the first of May...

JeniQ said...

great pics Jen. I think we are looking out at the same landscape...

Lisa said...

Lovely pics Jen. Isn't this storm crazy?? I couldn't see the barn for the longest time or the buffalo. Stay hunkered in & safe. I'm venturing out soon to make sure all the animals are okay.

Danielle Barlow said...

Wow, that's some fall of snow! Have fun and stay safe :)

WillOaks Studio said...

Boy, it really can make life difficult...but your photos are just beautiful!

GYPSYWOMAN said...

hey lady! fantastic photos - and each looks just like the views out my windows, just down the road in delaware! we were without cable and internet for days - but many were and still are without power so i count my blessings! i'm needin' to see some sunshine!!! take care and stay warm! see you with the thaw!

Kath said...

Beautiful sky! very atmospheric.

^..^Corgidogmama said...

Jennifer your photos are absolutely beautiful...and show winter at its best! Such beauty can be found in all the seasons...if we look for it. Some are more obvious than others. The colors on the snow is so pretty. THose icicles, fantastic!!
Lovely post!

Heart of a Cowgirl said...

Lovely snow pics! It is cold and rainy out today, but the weatherman says we may get snow down to 3000 feet (we are at 4000). This may be our one snowfall of the year. :)

Laura said...

look at all that beautiful snow! i wish we had that here. we have hurricane force winds going down here in NC. sounds like the house is going to collapse at times.
i make snow cream with just snow, sugar, milk and vanilla. it's delicious. happy painting!
blessings
~*~

Rue said...

Really pretty photos! I can't imagine how much of a hassle this is for you though - all that shoveling!

Hope it melts and you get some Spring soon!

Sares said...

I have serious snow envy! You can send a few inches out west to me! I have seen nary a flake yet this winter. Stay safe and warm and thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures!

Zan Asha said...

Yep, it's finally come down over here! I work with animals OUTSIDE, so it was 5 hours of snow trudging today!! :)

jane augenstein said...

Great snow pictures! We have lots and lots of snow here too. Seems to be no end to it....I am sure ready for spring!
Think Spring!!!!

Sinclair said...

Your photos are gorgeous! We did not get much snow this year so far, and what did come down did not stick.

Hope you have signs of spring soon.

Jennifer Rose said...

gorgeous to look at :) pain in the butt to deal with tho :/

Valeriote Design said...

It's soooo beautiful! Too bad you can't ship some up to Canada. I hear they're hurting for snow on the Olympic slopes. Sending warm wishes your way!

Poetic Shutterbug said...

What gorgeous views, can I come stay with you guys for a while? I never see snow and to be able to sleep and awaken on those scenes would be glorious.

black eyed susans kitchen said...

Your pictures are beautiful...it makes it hard to hate the snow, but up here at the Jersey Shore, it looks the same, and well...when is Spring going to come our way? I think that we have had enough of the white fluffy stuff.
♥, Susan

Sam I Am said...

love love love your pictures..and im packing right now and staying at your place for a month :)


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