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Monday, February 4, 2013

A World of White . . .







western michigan
lake affect snow
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I love it when it snows
white  pristine  quiet

I am linking up with
heather

Life is a Garden and These Are My Colors

Lynn is guest posting on her blog today. 
 
I hope you stop by and see Lynn's 
Nature In Winter
 
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19 comments:

Kim K. said...

Can you believe the change in just days? My father in law has been visiting from Detroit and he's amazed at how much snow we've continued to get each day.

Gail said...

We certainly have had some strange weather this year.

This is beautiful.

Raindrops and Daisies said...

Beautiful beautiful white snowy scene.

Take care Lynne and stay warm.

Hope you have a great week

x Fiona

Lynn said...

Thanks for linking up today at No Winter Whining. When Jen and Heather asked me to participate I was at a loss as to what to submit. My days are based on keeping it simple during all seasons. The constants in my life are a love of poetry and the sea. Please be sure to pick up your virtual snowball at Heather's. Again, thank you, Lynne.

Jane and Lance Hattatt said...

Hello Lynne:
We do love how snow blankets everything and deadens the sound to a hushed whisper. And, if only we could have more here. This year, we have seen relatively little here in Budapest so please send us some this way!!

Diane Cayton-Hakey said...

It's hard to beat the pristine look of this world when all is covered in freshly fallen snow. I love this look too!

Missy George said...

Your Nature in Winter is beautiful...

Pamela Gordon said...

This is a beautiful photo Lynne. Have you had more snow? There's over 2 feet on the ground here at our daughter's and the snowbanks are piled 10 feet high in some spots. The streets are constantly snow packed and it snows lightly every day!

TexWisGirl said...

heavy and pretty.

At Home in English Valley said...

Hi Lynne, Finally, we got the snow I've been waiting for! I've been hoping for a beautiful blanket of white like you've been enjoying for a while now... Beautiful photos! Enjoy this winter wonderland! Love, Penny

eileeninmd said...

Lynne, your snow photos are lovely. My shots of snow turn out awful. You are a great photographer. Enjoy your snow and have a happy week!

Diane said...

Really pretty, but I must admit I like viewing it from afar!!

Bonnie said...

Lynne, I am dreaming of just one more good snow. I may be left to only live vicariously. Beautiful! Bonnie

Jen @ Muddy Boot Dreams said...

Ah snow, and more snow...I should be used to that by now.

Maybe after a few years.

Thanks for joining in No Winter Whining.

Jen

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

So pretty Lynne and I love the muffled quiet of a snowfall, you feel like you are inside a big marshmallow :O) Lovely picture, thanks for sharing, Deb

Pondside said...

I love the silence after a deep snowfall.

Linnae said...

Hello Lynne,
That's a great photo! Thanks for sharing it. I found you through the No Winter Whining linkup, and I'm glad I did.
I must confess; that photo makes me want to jump in! Guess I'm still at kid at heart. :)
Have a great week!

Why I garden... said...

What beautiful snow photos you have on your blog. All the best, Kelli, Northern Ireland.

Heather said...

Hi Lynne... so glad you joined in the "no winter whining" again, I'm just getting around to checking in on everyone... your photos are delightful... Also, thank you for stopping by and commenting on my recent post, for me, finding footprints is a joy as I try to determine what animal it was, and imagining when it was out, where it stay, and wishing I could see it in person... so much fun! Cheers~