Winter is back

February 9, 2016 at 2:10 pm Leave a comment

Although winter seemed to have left us, we’re still in February and in that month we can have anything from thaw to heaps of snow. The snow started falling last evening,  following up the rain we had during the afternoon, and so it was no surprise this morning to see a thicker covering of snow on the roofs, the cars that sit outside as well as on the ground and filling in the crooks of the trees.



blanket over my garden


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little caps on the sedum blooms of last summer



Garbage morning, can you tell? And we know which way the snow came from.




I like how the snow clumps on the ends of the branches




I think some small animal was up earlier than me.




Snow fills in some of the spaces on this chicken wire where my morning glories climb in summer.




All photos, unless otherwise noted are copyright of C. R. Wilker




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