Thursday, December 26, 2019

Snow-laden Branches

Snowy scenes from late November.
Here in southern Manitoba, we have not had a good snowfall for a while. The fields are beginning to look really bare, so I hope we get snow cover soon.
These pictures were all taken on my yard, which just shows that you don't have to travel far to see beauty.

I love seeing that layer of pure white snow on every little branch and twig.


The evergreens which border my property catch a good amount of snow on them.


A few leaves still cling to the branches and now were topped with a little cap of snow.


Here is a wider view of the snow laden trees.


As the sun was about to set, it shone through the snow on this this branch, causing it to light up.

Something To Think About:
Know who you are 
Accept who you are 
Be who you are

19 comments:

  1. Wonderful snow pictures and love the quote!

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  2. We do not see snow very often here in GA, so I especially enjoyed your photos. So pretty!

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  3. So much beauty to be seen in the winter snow.
    Fabulous pictures.

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  4. Love how the snow was piled on the twigs. Not much wind there?

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  5. Wonderful photos of the heavy snow. Thanks for sharing these. I always enjoy your posts.

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  6. Coastal Mississippi rarely has snow. We are having lows in 60s and highs in 70s right now so your snow pix are a delightful change of pace. Happy New Year!

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  7. Pretty. I can almost "hear the silence" as I walk around with you. My favorite is the snow-capped leaf.

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  8. so beautiful, especially like the leaf hanging with snow and the light shining through the snow. the last time I saw snow was Dec of 1959..

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  9. Very, very pretty. However, thankful live in Texas as winter is not for me.

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  10. Although it's pretty I am hoping that we don't have snow on my patch anytime soon! Today is raining and windy on the coast of Maine but at least I don't have to shovel.😏

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  11. Thank you for sharing these beautiful snowy branches with us. This is the kind of snow I love to see.

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  12. Pretty. I can almost "hear the silence" as I walk around with you. My favorite is the snow-capped leaf.

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  13. This is the type of snows that I love...when we were kids, we would take bites of snow off heavy laden pine trees, or fence post or just wherever it was clinging.

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  14. it's so beautiful ruth!! i love snow and seeing your pretty pictures reminds me of how much i miss it!!

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  15. Truly delightful.
    I love how the snow decorates the delicate branches.
    Wishing you a wonderful New Year.

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  16. can you believe it is almost the New Year 2020? time is flying by. don't blink. looked like your family had a great Christmas get together. what fun. rainy weekend we had. i know we needed it ...but sure is great book reading weather. thank you for you for your great snowy views. always a fan. maybe it i saw that daily i might think otherwise, but for a person who has yet to see any snow this year i am so loving it. thx!! have a great day & week. take care!! ( ;

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