Saturday, November 6, 2010

First Snow/ SOOC

November 6, 2010

It snowed last night - not enough to shovel but it didn't melt either!

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26 comments:

Shirley said...

That is so beautiful! It's photos like that which remind me not everything about winter is awful!

SouthernSass said...

I love snow! Here in the South we do not get it very often. :(

VioletSky said...

Nooooooooooo

Jan said...

Oh my gosh, snow already. You know about our heat, I'll send you some, if I can.

Lyndsey said...

Wow! That's pretty!

MARGARET GOSDEN 2 said...

That light fall of snow is the prettiest! And the shadows across the road make an eye catching
connection between the one side and the other.

BJ Roan said...

There is something about the first snow. It's always beautiful. Sadly, I'm ready for spring shortly thereafter. Beautiful shot!

RedPat said...

It looks quite beautiful in that shot but i am not ready for it yet! Thankfully we have some warmer weather heading this way next week.

Leora said...

Oh, I love the first snow! We had our first frost this week, and my basil died. Summer is truly over.

Such a delight to look at your snowy scene. Stay warm.

Greyscale Territory said...

O so pretty with that play of sunlight and shadow!

Paulie said...

Thanks for sharing your snow with me! It's a beautiful site! I have a new camera and am posting on my regular blog again. Please drop by. . .

Evelyn said...

Wow, I was thinking that it's too early in the year to snow... but what do I know, I haven't even seen snow fall. There is sunshine - hope the weather is good for you.

MyMaracas said...

We got our first snow here yesterday too. It is beautiful, isn't it? And it's the perfect canvas for long shadows like these. Lovely.
:-)

Kathy said...

How delightful! Oue AC is still kicking on during the day!

Ebie said...

I bet its getting cooler now, as opposed to our 90 degree weather!

cieldequimper said...

Now you may think it's too early, yearn for spring or summer or even autumn... But I am happy! I love seeing your snow photos!

Nessa said...

I'm ready for snow. It looks like sugar.

sweetmemoirs said...

can't wait to experience snow @ the snow city. how i wish we have natural snow here... ~Cher

Small City Scenes said...

Looks like heavy frost. Is this usual for now or are the predictions for a bad winter. that's what 'they' are saying here. MB

Jan n Jer said...

The first snowfall is always so pretty. We had a heavy frost here over nite and it looked like snow for a while. Great shot!

George said...

This is a pretty snow scene. The tops of the mountains a little further east got a snow like this, but so far we haven't had any.

Jacob said...

Super shot, EG! I think snow is very nice to look right after it falls; but then it gets dirty and melts.

We've got our fingers crossed that it doesn't snow here for another week as we've got a 100-mile drive through winding mountain roads to get to the airport!

Randy said...

How lovely. We usually don't see our first real ground covering snow until Thanksgiving or later.

Sherrie said...

Hi!
Beautiful shot! I'd much rather look at it in pictures than to actually have to drive in it. But I know it's coming. Have a great day!

Sherrie
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Ruthi said...

awesome! it's always awesome in pictures, isn't it? but it is always bitter in reality. We also had some dusting a few days ago and frosty mornings.

Ruthi

NatureFootstep said...

we has snow once. Now there is frost and -8degC Too cold that early. Don´t you think so?
Your shot is beautiful, with fall colors still there.

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