You’ve heard of “water off a duck’s back”? Snow doesn’t think it’s water.
Big, slow flakes swirling around rewind me of snow globes. This must be what it’s like to be inside one, except the snow doesn’t get recycled. And nobody’s shaking our world.
Big bird gets cold feet.
Definitely a strange year. Snow was more like a treat you could better appreciate.
We haven’t had much snow here, but next time we do I’ll watch it like I watch snow globes, entranced. And I won’t even have to shake the world.
Wren, how sweet of you to think of the snow globe idea…very creative and it does look like the snow one see when one shakes a snow globe up. Happy weekend. Hoping you are doing well~
I just wish I could get the snowflakes to show up better in the photo. Ah, well …
Wren, we have seen precious little of that white stuff here this winter. No complaints though! We would be just as happy if we got through the winter without it! Lovely pictures. I suppose ti does feel a bit magical and mesmerizing! I hope you are well!
Not much snow for us, either. It’s easier to appreciate the magic when there hasn’t been so much I’ve gotten sick of it.
The only nice thing I can think of to say about snow is that it’s pretty when it’s fresh and clean. I used to love to walk along the country roads after a heavy, wet snowfall in Maine, all bundled up against the cold.
Yes, once it fades to grey with traffic exhaust and other impurities it’s no fun at all. Snow globe snow or none at all!
LOL! I do love the snow though. Lovely pics.
It’s easier to appreciate when you see the humor as well as the beauty.
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