I love when it is a lot of snow outside, but unfortunately lately I haven't seen a lot of snow.
Barbara, I hope aday visit the mountains of British Columbia, this picture m'enchante and am dreaming.
WOW! You guess where I would be now if I had telepathic powers? :PThanks for posting this great picture!Have a nice Sunday!
Beautiful snowscape. Looks like someone has already shovelled the way clear.
Some more snow than we have at the moment - which is close to zero. Beautiful.
Now that's some serious snow.
Gary, as to your comment in previous post, this was partially posted for those bloggers who are commenting about the small amounts they have received.Toronto, as yet, has received very little, and is now experiencing rain and mild temperatures. I prefer winter as it is meant to be: cold with deep snow as is reflected in the photo.Dark Wolf, I whole heartedly agree.
François, this cabin is in a remote area of the park where the access is difficult, especially in winter.Maria, warming yourself before the fire and sipping hot tea.Arija, in mountain cabins the doors swing inwards to facilitate being able to dig oneself out.
RuneE, Travis and Charles: I love deep snow and beautiful landscapes.
What a life you live.
A palate cleanser for my mind! Thank you, Barbara. Aloha-
Flawless beauty for sure. My wife and I grew up in snow covered NY and we just said today how we don't miss it that much. It looks nice in pics though. :)
Willow, it is indeed.Patti, my life is not mundane but often full of challenges.
Cloudia, temperature change often does that.David, a benefit of deep freeze temperatures is flu bugs cannot survive.
I'm no fan of sn*w, of course, but this is a wonderful photo. :)
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