Thursday, November 3, 2011

snow in october



October 29th, 4-5 inches, four days without power. But is was beautiful all the same. :)

25 comments:

Espresso said...

Uuuuu,but photo is very nice :)

Ma┼╝ena said...

The foto is very nice but snow - NO!

Anyes said...

I love the colours with the contrasting white of the snow. Those 4 days must have felt very long. I hope you are OK.

Country Girl said...

Your photography inspires me. xo

ju-north said...

Plays tricks with your mind!

Sherri B. said...

What a gorgeous photo...so glad your power finally came back!

Barbara Palmisano said...

gorgeous!!!

Caroline said...

Oh that is just gorgeous!

Jennifer Richardson said...

My heart goes out to you
without power...long hours, those.
Magnificent share...thanks for
finding the beauty and
singing it strong:)
-Jennifer

Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Love your header, and of course your photos...such a early snowfall. Hard to believe, but I am earnestly thinking that it's the only one you will encounter this winter. LOL. I know.....


Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams

camelia danielescu said...

Wonderful tones , wonderful photo ! :)

Oliag said...

It did make for some wonderful photos!

kathyL said...

Beautiful shot of our unusual weather.

Rosie said...

What a great shot! I love the colours and the snow there (though I wouldn't want to have the snow just yet ;-) )

Muffy's Marks said...

Now that 'winter wonderland' is over, welcome back to electricity. Your photo is gorgeous!! Love the contrast. Here in WI we haven't seen snow yet, but its around the corner.

Pamela Gordon said...

That's a long time without power and with such a little bit of snow! Very pretty photo.

Mary said...

Pamela -- the snow was very wet and heavy, and because the leaves were still on the trees, many limbs and branches broke and took the power lines with them.

Katy Noelle said...

I was waiting for a lovely photo! =]

We had 5-6 inches but our autumn is farther along than yours (most of the leaves were down - just, basically, beautiful oaks going, now.) But look at how beautiful! You have maples with snow - gorgeous!!!=] The price we pay for beauty???;)

Wind-kissed said...

Sorry for your plight. I had it this past summer. Just keep walking and stay close to the beauty. Love this photo.

Judy said...

That is so beautiful!! Not the part about no power for four days, but the traces of snow on the colourful leaves!!!!

Momentos said...

Gorgeous photo! The colors are amazing.
Regards from Argentina!
Marga

Georgianna said...

I was thinking about you, Mary, and hoping you were safe. So glad you have power again! And now this wonderful image as a reminder that sometimes the unpredictable brings unexpected beauty. Thank you for capturing it in your unique way.

xoxo – g

Lynda said...

That much snow this early in the year AND losing power for r days just isn't right. But you did get a beautiful photo!

Wsprsweetly Of Cottages said...

Such perfection that I thought I could reach out and touch the coldness of the snow on the Fall leaves.
We have heard from so many the heaviness of the snow...you can actually see it in your photo's..

Kerri said...

How LOVELY!!