Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Snow Dust




Well.....

Here it is in all of its glory.  

Snow

My favorite view, here on the farmette, is this lone tree on the hillside behind our house.  

The stuff that makes us run to the store for milk, bread, and toilet paper.  

Merely a dusting, with some frigid temps, made an appearance yesterday morning.  Colder temps today with rain and possible thunderstorms on the way for the weekend.

Good times.....


45 comments:

  1. Great photo and smiled at the commentary.

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  2. We had rain and tornado watches all day yesterday, and today, the cold has moved in for us. We're only to have a high in the 50s today, and for central Florida, that is ear-muffs and long johns weather! LOL That view of your hill and tree looks cold, with those gray clouds in the sky!

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  3. Looks like powdered sugar! Lovely! Our grocery shelves were empty, too. Crazy.

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  4. I liked the . . . run to the store bit . . .
    We had white outs yesterday with bunches of snow!

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  5. aren't we having a grand ole time in this sudden winter!!! Hope it warms up soon and winter will be at bay for maybe January. That would be nice.

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  6. we had snow, too! enough to cover roofs, decks, and parts of the yard. on green trees and green grass. :)

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  7. Nice! I can see why you like that view. No worries, the white stuff probably won't last long, will it? Have a good day. John

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  8. morning,such a prettdusting of snow,Francine.

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  9. Really great landscape shot. The moody atmosphere goes will with the bit of snow (I am missing it a bit)

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  10. I love the photo! We are under a winter storm warning since yesterday - another 10 inches predicted. We've already had 21 inches fall since last week. Not a good start to the winter!

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  11. Lovely view...stay warm. It was 14 when I got up this morning...it's warming up!

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  12. beautiful image. In Alaska they call it termination dust.

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  13. No snow dust here in Texas, but it is below freezing with some ice.

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  14. What a neat view.. we also have a hillside behind our farmhouse with some trees at the top of the pasture.. but none as majestic as yours.
    ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  15. Yep...that's about all it takes around here to get everyone scrambling and acting like fools...lol! Love the photo so much...that lone tree, the gray sky and just a hint of snow...just beautiful.

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  16. Just cold and windy over the mountains here. No mad rush to stores so far.

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  17. Pretty! And it's a start. Will try to send you more! :-}

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  18. Do you get snowed in, I've only seen snow a few times in my life so it's a new thing for me.
    Merle..............

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  19. Something just so awsome about the photo of that lone tree on the hill !

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  20. We have a sprinkling of snow here too, on our farm....we're not ready...but what can we do? Thanks for stopping by today!

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  21. i think that is why the news, grocery stores and hardware businesses love snow & possible bad weather. ... we go running right to buy buy buy!! silly folks. ( :

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  22. It is fRigid here. I wore three layers for my run today.

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  23. The current storm didn't hit you too badly.

    Yes, if I lived out there on the farmette, this scene would give me a lot of peace.

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  24. Oh I love that picture! Well, here in Sweden it´s so grey and dull, no snow in sight...
    Have a happy day and take care Michelle!
    Warmly,
    Titti

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  25. We are definitely having some crazy weather here in Kentucky, Michelle. I;m looking forward to the thunderstorms, because they mean it will be so much warmer. xo Laura

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  26. fabulous photo-oh my goodness snow even a dusting- yike.

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  27. You got hosed on the snow :-D. We got about 3 or so inches. Pretty, but very cold.

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  28. We got a nice dusting late last week, and this week we're a solid inch or more up... I had to actually SHOVEL over the weekend!!!
    and it's snowing again now. If this is what winter is going to be like, YUCK!

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  29. A dusting of the white stuff followed by thunderstorms? Ugh! Hopefully, it's not too crazy at the grocery store with everyone stocking up. Btw, I love that lone tree up on the hill. I can see why you like that view.

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  30. Seems a lot of folks got DUSTINGS but poor New York...buried !!
    We, too,stocked up on necessary things from the store...hot chocolate, marshmallows, potato chips, salsa and chips....hahhaa...no, really...
    we did buy milk,bread and toilet tissue....:)
    I love that tree up there on the hill....

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  31. Well if butternut squash is your favourite -as it is mine :-) -then this is butternut squash soup and pie time to warm up!

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  32. I can see why it's a favorite view!!! And this image, so moody! Lovin' it.

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  33. Great photo-for me you captured the beauty of solitude and cold! But I am a wimp-Texas.
    Jemma

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  34. Me too - found myself at our local grocery store on Monday when the snow began and by the time I got there all the skim milk was gone....

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  35. I see you get the "necessities" when you think it's going to get colder and harder to get out.
    Very nice tree and dusting of the white stuff.

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  36. At least you have a gorgeous view! :)

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  37. i was wondering how much you'd end up with! we had a few flurries and that was it, but it was freezing! pretty picture!

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  38. It added to this beautiful shot.

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  39. I like to have "certain" foods in the house when it snows!! pretty picture, it's very cold at the jersey shore right now as well!!!!

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  40. Street over from me. Has a lonely tree too and now it has a blanket of snow so won't be lonely.

    Very nice view.

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  41. Lovely picturesque shot. Always a challenging problem though if it gets out of hand.

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