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Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Icing sugar snow

We've had a bit of snow again this morning, when I took these pictures. It's incredible when you think that in maybe two or three weeks it'll be blooming everywhere!



15 comments:

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

What a day to night difference! First spring touch and then back to wintry kiss!
In the south all is blue skies and a freezing mistral!

Carol said...

H Corey,
I'd so like to see pictures of your Provence garden! Do you have a big Olive Tree? I'm sure you have *sigh* Yep I remember the freezing mistral at this time of the year, but the beautiful blue sky too!

Ulla said...

Oh I love the little girl with hair of snow, she looks straight out of a fairytale...

Britt-Arnhild said...

Beautiful photos as| always Carol. It is snowing heavy out here, and I will have to do a 14 hours drive tomorrow to go to a funeral. I am really dreading it.

MariaJ said...

I love all these photos. It's really a therapy.

Sigrun said...

So I see too. A therapy!

Sigrun

Kristy said...

What a pretty garden!Lovely snow ours is almost gone know.It was fun while it lasted!

Shannon said...

Yay! so glad you can start gardening again!

It's lovely!

Lady Laurie said...

Carol,how I love to visit your blog,your pictures are just so lovely! Thank you for brightening my day.

Maggie Ann said...

I enjoy your pictures...as always!

Reflection Through The Seasons said...

I check your blog daily Carol, you you always have such delightful photographs to show. Thanks for letting us share your world. Marion

Sandy said...

Your garden looks lovely in the snow though. I can't believe how much stuff you have. I'm sure when you go shopping all the shopkeepers know your name!

Dawn said...

I really do love your photos. It is always a treat to visit your blog.

Shell said...

Ahh, how pretty! I can only imagine that spring in places where the seasons are so defined must be absolutely beautiful. It's nice here too (particularly the weather), but because it doesn't get that cold or come anywhere near snowing, the seasons kind of run into each other. I have a big deciduous tree in the front yard though which gives me a 'change of seasons' feeling watching it lose leaves then, but and shoot. I've loved seeing the last of your snow as we head towards winter!

Carol said...

I appreciate all your nice comments Ladies!

Yes Shell and we are so longing/yearning for spring and warmer temperatures and fresh blooming flowers! After 5 month of cold winter Spring is like a rebirth of both nature and soul! You head towards winter and Robyn just wrote this weekend how it was to hot to work in the garden. Our weather is so different from eachothers!

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