red and white Christmas

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

stormy day coming



A snow swept road in the country.

There's another stormy day coming and it's going
to start overnight tonight.  We might get about 15 cm.


The St. John River ~ Sunday Jan. 29/12

It seems every snowfall we've had this winter was followed
by a mild day or rain.  There haven't been the kind of
snowfalls that land on the trees and stay there.
The pretty kind that are photo worthy.


January 2011

Wednesday is February 1st.  A new month.
I'm sure we'll get lots of snow this month and maybe
some good photo ops.



The sun is now shining in the living room window
when it rises.  That means the days are growing longer
as the sun swings around to the east.  I love the
rainbow sparkles of the prism hanging from this
candelabra as it catches the morning sun.

Thursday is Groundhog Day.
It's supposed to be cloudy in the morning with
sunny breaks.  I wonder if he'll see his shadow?
I guess it doesn't matter as spring doesn't really
feel like spring here until May!

Have a great day!

Blessings,

Pamela


17 comments:

  1. You live in such a lovely area! That candelabra shot is beautiful with its reflection and shadows.

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  2. Gorgeous photos, Pamela. We have had a lot less snow this year, but got around 8cm overnight that all melted today with temps +14C.

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  3. Pamela, we have not really had any snow this year as opposed to the large amounts we have had the past two years. It's quite strange here!! About the lights, they are not the stick on kind but the wired ones. Most cabinets would have a recess there, but ours did not so we need to trim around the cabinets so they don't show. I did not like the stick on ones actually because they were not electric, I think. We actually have a small microwave on another counter that we will put on a shelf underneath the new bar when we build it. We were fine for a couple days, but didn't last long!! Thanks for stopping by, and I just saw that barn photo in the post below, and it is stunning as are all your photos!!

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  4. Another storm? We got about four inches yesterday and the day before, it's so beautiful. My hubby and I went skating today, it was so lovely, barely freezing temps and the sun was shining! Perfect day! I ended this day with another makeover happening. It should be finished tomorrow. If it is I will blog about it, if not then Friday.
    Have a good night, my friend.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  5. Gorgeous photos. You are quite a photographer. Thanks for visiting my blog and your sweet comments.
    Glad to be your newest follower, Mary Alice

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  6. That prism is really working overtime...love the shadows and light reflections on the wall. It snowed all day here and will snow all day tomorrow...light and steady not amounting to much. If we get all our snow in April like we did last year...Oh I won't like it at all.

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  7. I hope you get a fine blizzard to make everything sparkle and then I hope it goes away as soon as you're tired of it and have taken all the photos you like!

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  8. Pamela, Morning, hope you had a good fall of snow for your photographs, but all your photographs are so good anyway. The snow looks so pretty as does your chandelier!! Keep safe and warm, love Jackie in Surrey

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  9. Hi Pamela,
    Lovely winter photos...
    I hope you are all warm and cozy today!!
    We had some snow but sadly now it has all melted...
    Have a great day today!
    All the Best,
    Christine

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  10. It was quite blustery this morning when I got up, but nothing now. I'm glad! I have a busy day planned. ;0) Your pictures are beautiful. I love looking at them. Have a super day!

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  11. Beautiful photos, Pamela. Most of our snow has melted due to unusually high temps. Loved seeing these. Do you like the movie Groundhog Day? I watch it every year. It was filmed about 30 miles from my house in Illinois (and not in PA, surprisingly).

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  12. Incredible winter scenes, Pamela!

    No snow here, yet. I am enjoying your snowy images.

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  13. The snow is in hiding all over the place this year, although you have managed to capture some great pictures of some white, blue and a bit of gray!

    We experienced high fifties yesterday on the western shores of Michigan. The snow we had is disappearing over night.

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  14. You do capture lovely shots when playing with your camera! It has started to snow here too and everyone has headed to the grocery store.

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  15. 'Seems like no matter we always have six weeks more winter but a year like this...that's not so bad!

    Great and glorious pictures sweetie!

    God bless ya and have a grand kinda day!!! :o)

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  16. oh, how I enjoyed looking at your beautiful snow pictures ~ down in MS snow is hard to come by. We did get a beautiful snow last February. Almost 6 inches. Don't laugh! But, I had so much fun taking pictures. Have a wonderful rest of the week. Thanks for much for stopping by.

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  17. Yes, he saw his shadow so you will have 6 more weeks to wow us with your beautiful Winter shots Pamela - we are so lucky!

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