Exploring paths less traveled
You can even make frozen tundra look appealing! I was thinking more along the lines of 'ice encrusted driveway' this morning with regards to the snow and here you are making it look delicious! Lovely photos.
Wow Janie.. That's alot of snow!!!! Please send some of it our way!!! I want JUST a little---so Santa can have some slick traction when he lands his sleigh on our roof on Christmas Eve.... haGuess your visits to the higher elevations are over 'til spring, huh????Hugs,Betsy
Very beautiful! Thanks for sharing and letting those of us who yearn for snow filled winters have a glimpse of how winters are meant to be.Can you tell I miss living where snow storms are an accepted thing?
Looks beautiful in the sunshine. Our forecast says there is the POSSIBILITY of a LITTLE snow later in the week--here a white Christmas is the exception rather than the rule.
great story--it was a pretty Sunday wasn't it?
One word - cold!
Now that's a lot of snow! Brrr! The last picture is my favorite...it's such a beautiful wintery scene with a lovely blue sky and the horses just add to the beauty. I didn't even see the white horse at first...it blends in with the snow. lol
I love this series of photos, and the fun title. The last shot is especially beautiful. Snow transforms everyting....hope we get some for Christmas...
Brrrr!! And what a coincidence, I just finished eating a bowl of frosted flakes. :)
Janie...those are beautiful photos...looks very cold...glad I'm here in Texas..
Thank you for showing the wonderful world. Greetings.
Looks like you got more than we did. Ours is melting today. Probably just in time for the next one. Love the photos. Daisy seems to know what to do with snow--PLAY!
These photos are so beautiful!!!!! Do you think the horses feel the cold as much as we do??? If so, I would be in trouble...for I would try to bring them inside!!!Gorgeous pictures Janie!
The snow looks beautiful coming down, but I don't think I'll join Daisy and frolic in it. Your last picture is a gorgeous winter scene.
Brrrrr! Great photos, but I got cold just looking at them!!! Really love the last one...
I'm really loving YOUR snow. Just keep it in Utah please! We don't need it here.Great pictures.
What fantastic shots, Janie! Love seeing Mischief tucked away in the barn and Daisy playing in the snow! And your last shot is totally breathtaking! What a fun visit to your snowy world!Enjoy, stay warm and give Daisy and Mischief a hug from Sam, Mojo and me!Sylvia
Those look like beautiful Christmas cards!! LOVE your title, "Frosted Flakes" ~ you creative girl, you! ♥
Hi Janie,What an amazing ice-crystal photo. Mischief looks like a ghost horse in the snow! Seems as though your blue skies are back. I love to watch dogs play in the snow - they seem to go wild in the white stuff!
Snow, snow, snow and more snow! And I love them to bits!Lovely to see those fellows living life they are meant to and without a sound of complain heard from their throat!Fascinating life with different temperament from nature to have its different gloss and beauty seeping out flaky whites to white ground blanket!
these are all such great wintery photos, I can really feel the season in them.
Let it snow, let it snow! You keep it down there - but we are getting it here to. Crack out your snowshoes and let your shanks-ponies carry you through it.
A beautiful white world but I bet the critters would prefer it a few degrees warmer.
I wish we had that much snow. All of ours has melted! Of course, after the holidays, I will be begging for spring bulbs to blue. Never content! Great pics!
beautiful images and poetic commentary to embellish!
Simply beautiful. The last photo is especially breathtaking!
How beautiful winter scenes with all your animals in the big snow. Your last photo is a great inspiration for a winter scene painting.Today we have our first snow too but it is melting already.
Now that's a beautiful way to serve up a scrumptious wintery breakfast. It looks like a winter wonderland, Janie. Your shots are breathtaking, they would make gorgeous Christmas or note cards. You could do that in your 'spare' time... snicker,snicker ;)Hug the gang and give Steve a carrot... or the other way around, its completely up to U...
Beautiful! I know it's cold and wet and dangerous - but it's simply stunning. We don't get much snow here in the soft south of England so tend to go misty-eyed when it does fall - and then complain because all the transport systems fail!
Wow... So much of snow... Wish I could spend a vacation in some snowy part of the world.. :)Looking into the EYES!!! at Savoir-FaireMy Little Black Dress at Fashion Pancahe
Ah - lots of magical snow. Wonderful!
fantastic! lots of snow to play in! those pictures are beautiful..love the horses and dogs !
Oh my goodness ... looking at your wonderful photos gives new meaning to the phrase 'a blanket of snow' ... it looks COLD but oh so much FUN too ;-)Hugs and blessings,
What a beautiful winter wonderland... I'm sure it was freezing cold, but you do know how to make it look gorgeous with that camera of yours. I esp love that last shot, the day after. Beautiful beyond words!