The ongoing adventures of gardening in Nova Scotia
Ha! Your message to spammers is great. I can hear the silence all the way here from your picture. But is that like an oxymoron? Oh well. I wouldn't want the snow but do admire the beautiful pictures of it and appreciate the silence.
Gorgeous, Jodi! I do love that blue arbour. :)
I know this is early or late~~but what a great Christmas card image this photo would make...Love the touch of blue from the arbor. gail
Simply stunning. What are the large white flower thingies in the middle of the photo? Oh, and I agree, the blue arbor is to-die-for.
What a stunning picture - I just love the snow - when it's new and fresh it just looks so perfect and beautiful -enjoy! Miranda
Just popped over from Charmian Christie's blog - and wow, what a beautiful shot. Its stunning! p.s. - looking forward to checking out your catchildren as well. I have two furry kids! :)
How beautiful. We do not get snow, but I do enjoy seeing beautiful photos of it whenever I can.
The view across your yard looks like mine today. Finally the sun is shining. I agree with Tina about your note to spammers. So frustrating. I had to finally put on word verification to stop them. They must be some kind of automated program that can't use word verification.Marnie
And now I am playing that song in my head...nice!
Beautiful winter scene. I can imagine the sounds of a breeze floating across the snow.
What a breathtaking view, Jodi! Snow and silence go together.
Snow in the garden and across the lawnbeautifulI would not trade the changing seasons for anythingHow can you explain the silence of sound to someone who does not have snow..
Breath taking. It looks cold though.
Although it is generally really difficult for me to wordless I am always appreciative of a neat photo. And yours was. Thank you.
I love a fresh snowfall when all is still and pure, hearing only the crunch of one's own footsteps.A postcard worthy photo!
Love the arbor, Jodi! You have a gorgeous view.
So lovely, Jodi!By the way, I think I'll take your advice about what to do with my poinsettias. I usually put mine down in the basement to try to keep it another season, but of course I always forget about it and then wonder why in December it won't green up:) I think I'll just give mine a quick and merciful ending this year.
Jodi, I hope you won't mind if I use this picture as my PC background picture - it's very peaceful,not to mention beautiful. I received a new camera for Christmas, and I've yet to take a picture with it. Think you've just given me the nudge that I've been needing...♥
wow, that is a beautiful winter postcard moment...are your winters always that perfect, if so how lucky you are!looks like a perfect day to build a snowman or have a snowball fight.
I love your winter photo. Just beautiful with the snow resting on your arbor and the trees!!
Your photo speaks, dear Jodi. Winter silence is good. (enough said).
Lovely Jodi! I love the 'sound of winter silence' everything has a hush about it... the snow softens sounds all around. Your photo is beautiful with the blue light and snowy landscape. Warmth is on the way! ;>) Carol
What a beautiful winter wonderland! I clicked to enlarge it so I could see the details.
Thank you for visiting and for taking the time to comment! It might take me a bit, but I will return the compliment whenever possible. Spammers--need not apply. Because I delete your comments and they will never make it here. Kthxbai!