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Saturday, March 03, 2012

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Lisa at Greenbow

You are getting all of your winter this spring. It looks beautiful from here.

Altoon

Very beautiful images. Our snow here in Vermont wasn't quite so pretty.
I too love the designs formed by fallen snow, either regular as under a power line, or scattered in the woods.

Les

It sounds like you enjoyed it, and the photos are lovely as well. I hope your garden had not started to wake up to the point where the snow would damage anything.

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

Temps are predicted to be in the 50s by tomorrow, so that will be the end of much of the snow. The garden is still sleeping but hard to know what a blast of such warm air will do!

planthoarder

Am I the only one who sees a row of flowers in the last picture?

LINDA from EACH LITTLE WORLD

You are the only one! But now that you point it out, it is pretty obvious. (I tend to find faces in things!)

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