Monday, January 17, 2011
Winter Interest Part II : SNOW!
In a follow-up to last weeks post about Winter Interest in my garden, I decided to do a related post today about the unique winter interest that only snow can provide! We haven't gotten any significant snowfall in PDX this year (and except for one brief showfall, a measly 2" or so last winter) none for the past 2 years. In 2008, however, we got an enormous amount of snow for Portland...something like 8". Needless to say, I ran all over the city, snapping pics!
Of course, Winter interest isn't limited to the garden!
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Awesome pictures. I may have flowers right now, but I sure don't have the artistry that is created by snow.ReplyDelete
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Stunning graphic images!ReplyDelete
Wow...you actually make snow look good, and this is a HUGE compliment coming from me.ReplyDelete
What beautiful and interesting captures ... I am drawn to the photo of the bright colored chairs piled with snow.ReplyDelete
Great images! I love snow!ReplyDelete
So many amazing pictures!ReplyDelete
Those are fantastic pictures. Winter still has a ways to go, so perhaps there will be an opportunity somewhere out in the Pacific for you to get some snow this year. Just don't let it come this way.ReplyDelete
While I am ready for our snow to be done, I must say your photos are quite good. The night photo at the end is beautiful and I really like the railings with the drifted snow. Nice photos.ReplyDelete
Fabulous photos. Loved them all!ReplyDelete
Houston: Thanks…I did hear about that recently…I have to figure out if I can go (I know, I know, it's only a couple hour drive!)ReplyDelete
danger: High praise indeed!
Violet Fern: I love that image too, it was such luck stumbling on them, it was almost like they'd been arranged just for me!
Tatyana: Thanks…me too!
Catherine: Thanks so much!
Les: So true…I come from a place where snow in June wasn't unheard of, so I've learned never to turn my back on old Mother Nature ;-)
Janet: Thanks…I know that feeling, I spent my first 25 years in Nebraska, and while there is nothing quite as magical as the first snow, after digging my car out of a drift every morning for 2 months, I was over winter for a while ;-)
Patty: Glad you like them!