Cold and stark yet somehow inviting.
The snow passed us by down here. Gorgeous snowy bench!
I can just imagine how nice those are in comfortable weather. What a lovely scene with the snow. Beautiful capture!
Ah, home my eyes think when I see a photo like this.
It is maybe not quite the right moment for using these benches, but one can imagine what the surroundings would have been at another time of the year.
Makes me feel cold just looking at this. Beautiful, but cold!
Benches in the snow - beautiful but cold.
maybe I won't be napping on those benches.
I love these posts, Barbara. Not much snow here yet, but cold cold cold.
I meant to go out today, but declined as it was -9C with a windchill of -18C (0F) and the sidewalks are very slippery. It appears winter has arrived.Queen's Park is lovely in the spring, summer and fall.
You have already snow, while we have still unbalanced weather. Today sunny and cold, last week rainy, windy and cold.Thanks for your visit. Have a great weekend, Barbara!
Winter has moved in all right. Bare branches, powdered-sugar frost, ice gleaming on the sidewalks. It always surprises me, though, how the squirrels and birds continue to be so active even when it's below freezing outside.
The squirrels in Toronto will actually disappear into their winter nooks when the temperature is below -10C. They seem to know when the temperatures are warmer. I saw a black squirrel on Friday near some garbage bins checking for goodies with it's fur all fluffed up despite the windchill of -16C although the temperature was at about -5C. I will be putting out my birds' discarded seed weekly to help out the birds and squirrels.Temperatures have risen today above freezing with intermittent showers and then dropping overnight which ought to make sidewalks and roads quite slippery on Monday.
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