A taste of snow and ice

February 28, 2013 at 6:02 pm Leave a comment


When I looked outdoors this morning, I knew it was a day to take at least a few winter pictures.

The weatherman was indeed right about Wednesday’s storm, yet in town, schools were not cancelled.


Snow on top of slush makes ice. Had to get some help for a push, and throw down some sand too.


Snow weighing down evergreen trees, as in one of my poems:  an old woman carrying a heavy load


A snow picnic, anyone?


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