Saturday, December 13, 2014

Snow

It is causing problems with electricity and internet connection and some are not so safe and warm...

but it is quite beautiful.
My road.

Red barn to show the camera does take color photos.



Arching branches laden with snow.


It was especially beautiful when this  morning, ever so briefly, a ray of sunshine pierced the grey clouds and lit the scene.  It was like being in a church.

18 comments:

Eileen said...

The photos are gorgeous. It's too bad what looks so nice can be so dangerous. We're having above normal temperatures so our snow is disappearing. I doubt it will last through Christmas but I'll enjoy it as long as it lasts.

Granny Annie said...

Stay safe and warm and enjoy the beauty.

Barb said...

Your road looks snow-covered and a bit dangerous! But, the snow sure makes everything look filigreed and lovely. That barn really pops!

Meryl Baer said...

The scenery is beautiful - from a distance, like inside your warm house! Enjoy.

June said...

It IS pretty. Especially in little snapshots that I can look at and pass by. To be IN IT . . . not so much.
You did get some gorgeous pictures there, though!

Kay said...

These are such gorgeous photos, Olga. I really love that red barn against the white snow.

gigihawaii said...

Pretty snow but ever so cold.

Linda Reeder said...

Oh, so beautiful! So very Robert Frost! But it's good to see that the highway is clear.

Linda Myers said...

Hard to imagine Florida with the beauty all around you.

Retired English Teacher said...

Your photos are truly wonderful. I think the red barn photo is worthy of a big frame. It belongs on the wall. I do love a snow storm like this for its beauty. I don't like the other hindrances that come with it. My dear friend in Vermont and I spoke via FaceTime this week while she had power from the generator. She too was in the midst of a winter wonderland and all that accompanies it. When do you go to Florida?

Sextant said...

Ditto Retired English Teacher's comment on the red barns photo.

The snow is very beautiful indeed! The kind of beauty that I don't miss at all. I gladly sacrifice all such beauty to you.

Arkansas Patti said...

I am so glad you at least have power and are able to see the pure beauty of a Vt. snow. It is like not other. That red barn is awesome with its thick snowy roof. Stay safe and warm.

Tabor said...

I think I have told you before that my Norton security software blocks a virus when I clicked onto your blogsite. You may want to have someone check that out. It is something "sweet orange." Beautiful weather and so dangerous. Just like love.

Kc W said...

WOW, it looks so cold but it really is beautiful. That snow looks so heavy on those trees. Glad you have power and hope everyone else does soon. Stay warm!

Tom Sightings said...

Nice photos. That's a lot of snow ... you must live in Vermont!

Jerry E Beuterbaugh said...

Surely this is a site well worth seeing.

Country Girl said...

Love your snow photos. Can't wait till we get a good snow. We've only had a tease so far.

Jennifer A. Jilks said...

Isn't it true?! We had ice rain over night and huge snowflakes today. Lots of cool tracks in the forest!