Monday, December 10, 2012

New Snow

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Winter snow came again!

This picture above, from google images, reminds me of my childhood town.  
Snow clinging to the branches plus blue sky is so beautiful and short lived....it's usually melted away by noon. 






I snapped these two pictures a month ago, with our first snow of the season. 
(Notice the green trees that must have gone into total shock with this one!) 



These are the first falling snow flakes on Saturday, which turned into 4" by Sunday morning.

We have had a warm November which has resulted in green grass showing through the snow.    
It makes for a pretty scene.

This is taken at Liberty Park in Salt Lake City, which is the site of a lovely living Nativity each night thru December 20th.




Merry winter and loving remembrance of Christ's nativity, 
Mary






29 comments:

  1. i wonder where that snow view was taken? would love to go there. i miss snow. we had snow as a kid. miss those Christmas times ... so perfect & snowy. guess the weather has really changed... no clue. ha. ha!! ( :

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  2. Those photos are picture perfect. I have to have my snow fix once a year. Hopefully we will see it when we go to WV in January!!!!

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  3. Those pictures of the sky and the snow - were so beautiful - breathtaking.

    sandie

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  4. What a beautiful snow picture. Almost makes me wish it would snow here. : )

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  5. Sister! WOW! wonderful post, wonderful music and video and wonderful photo that looks like our old town road we traveled as children. awh.....

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  6. Lovely shots. I do love the magic of snow.

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  7. Beautiful photos of your first snowfall! I love snow pictures.

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  8. I want snow like this, Mary!!!! So beautiful. I hope you are enjoying your December. Thanks so much for stopping by and your sweet comments.

    Love,
    Heidi

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  9. Gorgeous shots! The snow makes for beautiful scenery!

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  10. Absolutely beautiful! (is it bad of me to say: especially since the snow is far away from here?)

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  11. wow i love the winter wonderland xx

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  12. MARY DEAR! We too got about two feet of beautiful fluffy snow. It is a magical time and makes some of us become children again. WIshing you a marvelous time OFF from school to spend with the family! Anita

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  13. Snow already! beautiful photos Mary.

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  14. Great pictures! I absolutely love the first one with the white snow and blue skies! It has been unusually warm here in NC!

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  15. Who needs Google images when you have some absolutely stunning images yourself... Boy I cant wait for our first snow down of the yerar

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  16. what lovely pictures...we just got dustings of snow so far...but have high hopes because I know santa is bringing new sleds....

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  17. The first snow is always just wonderful. And so is the cosiness. But after a while, I start to yearn for bright colours and sunshine. Haven't reached that stage yet, this year. It generally comes about the end of January :)

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  18. I meant to say that the first picture with the long straight road in the snow is awesome!

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  19. Mary! herro, statue? i have a new poem in my collection again. see how you do?

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  20. Still waiting for our first snow fall....Merry Winter to you too. :)

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  21. I must admit to being a tad envious of your snow. Beautiful shots, though.

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  22. I haven't see a live nativity in a long time. There is one in our city this weekend. Perhaps I will take it in!

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  23. Please call me or reply to my text! k?

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  24. It looks so beautiful! We haven't had any snow here yet.

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  25. Hi. I looked your posts. They are very interesting and I enjoyed them very much.
    You have almost no snow in winter here in Tokyo. But northen Japan would have very heavy snow in winter.
    Wishing you a wonderful weekend.

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  26. The first image is incredible for sure!
    I remembered living in Michigan a long time ago and the first snow was always very exciting to see.

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  27. Loved seeing the snow pictures...especially the first one is so pretty. The mountains are a beautiful sight to see too. Thanks for sharing them...they are inspiring for sure! Blessings, Nancy (following you back, nice to meet you!)

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  28. Beautiful photos, the first snow is so magical.... and inspiring!
    ~ Violet

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  29. Beautiful snow photos! Magical! :) Thank you for your nice comment on my blog :)

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