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Friday, December 12, 2008

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Jim/ArtofGardening.org

That's a great photo. We don't even have that much snow yet - for the entire month of November we've had 3-5 inches total!

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

My husband (the photographer) will be pleased to hear you like the photo. The first night he took a few pictures about 1 a.m. or so and realized he'd left the lens cap on. Decided to go to bed and try again the next night!

We actually have received about 16 inches of snow so far this season — about twice the normal amount.

Gloria

Very pretty!Branches against grey sky and shadowing the snow,what a provocative, moody sight.Isn't it great the way nights are never dark when the ground is covered with snow.
Winter holds its own for beauty and peace. Great time to be outdoors.
The snow all melted here then rain and ice fell to make a surreal early morning.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Gloria — I think folks who don't have a snowy garden actually miss one of the best times of the year. I was glad we snapped that photo when we did as we had rain, too, and it melted much of the snow. Luckily it stopped raining and was very windy before it got cold, so the standing water dried up instead of icing up.

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