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Wednesday, January 25, 2012

behind the trees

Behind the trees, another field...

some barns...

some snow swept grasses...

and seeds on the snow.

And Home!

{I'd really love to cut down those trees that are blocking our view
and the beautiful sun. 
Can you believe they started out to be a hedge that just kept on growing?}

The snow melted down a lot yesterday from the
above freezing temperatures and the fog.
But, we're getting more snow on Friday.

Even though we're almost through January and
the days are getting longer, we've got a lot more
winter ahead. 

I'm hanging in there.  Are you?

Have a great day!




  1. I like the grasses with the snow, so pretty:)

  2. Hi Pam! Your snow is so pretty! Your home looks lovely hiding behind our 'bushes'! :)
    Be a sweetie and stay warm,
    shelia ;)

  3. I know just what you mean about the trees. The judicious cutting of trees is a very good thing. Lovely views to see. Ahh, yes, we have a ways to go yet. I just hope that spring arrives on time. I don't even ask for early, just on time.

  4. I love your photos . . . I will bring the saw and cut your trees . . . if you will come and cut mine . . . (A "tree hugger" husband doesn't like to cut trees.)

  5. Hi Pamela,
    Lovely photos!!
    Daylight still shines here until about 5:30pm now. It is so wonderful!!
    The days are getting longer...
    Have a great weekend!
    All the Best,

  6. Hi Pam.. A lovely walk in the snow.. I think you have more than us down south here.. grin..
    Yes, we are to get more tomorrow but I don't really mind as it as been a sparse year for snow... I don't mind.. smile..
    I understand you wanting to see out.. Hedges sure can grow.,.
    God bless..

  7. Oh my! I could not access a comment box, first time. I had to leave and come back, and then I had one. -sigh-

    I want to read/comment in your lovely, lovely photo blog! I do!!!

    But you too, seem to be having the new-stuff-on-Blogger-commenting. -sigh- When Blogger installs this new can-reply-to-every-comment thing, some Dear Readers can't comment. Can't find a Comment Box. Etc. Like me.

    But if you love the new-comment-stuff-on-Blogger, than you do. And it is just my problem. And I will have to deal with it.

    Just telling you, because we never know about problems, which others have with our blog, unless someone tells us.

    "Deep within the winter forest,
    among the snowdrifts wide,
    you can find a magic place
    where all the fairies hide..."

  8. Hi Pamela
    I think I'd be tempted to open up the view from the house. If you feel guilty about cutting down the tree hedge, plant other trees somewhere on the property.
    I'm going to sit our winter out next month in Florida and hope when we get back in March, it's still without much snow.

  9. I'm hanging in there and enjoying the ride! I love the snow and the cold temps don't bother me at all. It's -1 now and was just at 0 when I got out of bed at 7:00 am.
    Your photos are lovely.
    Hugs, Cindy

  10. Sweet photos Pamela. You seem to be having a bit more snow then we are. We had a bunch of snow, and one day it rained and now it is all gone. This year I do not seem to mind the winter, while I am normally not a winter lover. Maybe it has something to do with the milder weather...who knows. I think winter is much easier when you are able to get out and about in your car without worrying about road conditions. Diane

  11. Lovely photos as usual Pamela. I am with you, those trees would be coming down. I love trees and we have a lot of them around our house but with such long winters it really is nice to see beyond and let all that good sunshine indoors. I do love winter when I can manage some warmer temperatures for outdoor sports from time to time.

  12. In reading your comments I noticed someone having problems finding the comment box. What I do is hit on the last "Reply" and the comment box will come up. Just a suggestion that maybe will help.
    Our winter is more like spring this year. We did get a BIG rain yesterday. I do LOVE your snow pictures.
    Stay warm,

  13. always enjoy what your camera finds!

  14. Looks like you folks have a little bit more snow than we do. Hopefully we'll get some tomorrow and it will stay. I'd rather have a foot or two of snow that stays instead of snow, ice, rain - but we can't choose so we make the best of it. It's just hard to keep our snowgirls :)

  15. Pamela
    Only five more months until a 'real' spring here!
    Your snowy farm scenes look cold and haunting.
    I suppose it's the deadness of the grasses, etc.
    Isn't photography good when it brings an emotional
    reaction? Odd how that happens.
    Take care-Kimberly

  16. Looks like you've got full-blown winter there ! Beautiful shots, Pamela (said I from the warmth of Florida ;-)

  17. Yes January is definitely the month that a person wishes they were somewhere else - beyond the trees, over the mountains, by the seaside, walking in runners instead of boots...just a few days left until next month and we're that much closer to springtime!

  18. Pamela! Your images although beautiful are a reminder to me why we are hibernating here in the sunshine of Arizona! Come by Nature Trail when you need to warm up! Stay warm.

  19. Well I'm wondering where winter is! All my daffodils are blooming two months early and we have seen any snow (or even ice).

    Loved your snowing photos!

  20. Lovely snow scenes Pamela. Looks pretty deep on that road - hope you don't get too much in the coming storm. Is it here yet?

  21. Beautiful photos, Pamela. Our weather has been unseasonably warm this winter, with lots of rain, but it is not snow so I am not complaining :)

  22. you captured the beauty of the season!

  23. Pamela,
    Your snow photos are gorgeous. Some days I miss the seasons and looking at your pictures is a chance to remember.

    Have a great weekend.



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