Thursday, February 11, 2010

Snow Scenes










12 inches. Fresh-baked focaccia, baked ziti and apple crumble. I love snow days. :)

38 comments:

  1. Your snow scenes are so beautiful and peaceful looking. I'm not sure if it's going to happen here, it's been trying on and off over the past few days but nothing has settled. Today sunny and frosty!

    Warm wishes
    Isabelle x

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  2. Wow, these pictures are amazing! Even though it is the heat of Summer over here I feel quite chilly!

    Best wishes, Natasha.

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  3. Could be my backyard...You've much more snow but lovely just the same. You have some wonderful pictures!!! Have a grand day! Cathy

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  4. Menu sounds wonderful and the pics of snow look good, so clean.

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  5. These are beautiful Mary!

    I was out on the back porch in sock feet taking photos, this week, when the temp was 6. Needless to say, I worked fast!:-)

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  6. What a wonderful world .. Pefect.


    with love,
    Olivia

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  7. Your snow scenes are lovely, but I'm glad you have it and not me.

    FlowerLady

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  8. Beautiful snow photos, and I want to come to your house for dinner:>)

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  9. brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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  10. Wonderful photographs - just love snow scenes. We had some snow yesterday here in the UK but not as much as you guys.
    Enjoy it whislt you can

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  11. I'm with you, I love snow days! I've been baking up a storm which is bad for my waistline...

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  12. Gorgeous snow shots! But you've got fresh baked foccacia? And ziti?!! If I could only get out of this driveway . . .

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  13. I think I ate too much yesterday. I need a thaw. Fast! Beautiful shots;)

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  14. Lovely snow pictures. Your menu sounds delicious.

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  15. These are so pretty Mary, I love the snow capped branches, looks like you are staying warm though, it snowed in London yesterday but won't settle :-( Kathy.

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  16. Beautiful photo's! Isn't Mother Nature amazing, when you are looking out at her from a nice warm cozy home.

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  17. I understand that more snow is on it's way to you....so glad that you are embracing it and loving the opportunity to record fab images...smiles.

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  18. I do love a story with a twist and that was a great one! Keep right on enjoying that snow!

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  19. Mary:

    I made a nice stew, apple pie and brownies...but I ahve to say, I can't wait for the white stuff to take off!!!!

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  20. Love love these photos... they pull on my heartstrings and make me want to make snow angels. Thanks for sharing!

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  21. Thanks for sharing your beautiful winter wonderland photos ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

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  22. Very pretty shots. We have snow coming tomorrow. We will see if we get it this time.

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  23. Your wintry photographs are breathtaking, Mary!
    Brenda

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  24. gorgeous photos of lovely snow! has there ever been so
    much snow?

    just incredible!

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  25. having lived in the Salt Lake area almost all my life and around snow....I moved to the desert to get away from it....the ole bones ya know....but looking at your pictures makes me long to be home bound and have an excuse to just be home and enjoy the warmth.....I love your pics! thanks for the reminder....

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  26. I enjoying seeing what you see as beautiful. My fav is the last one-so simple. I love when the snow keeps me inside and I get cooking, singing doing a little jig around the kitchen.

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  27. Hi Mary: I loved your snowy photos. We seem to have been bypassed for snow so far up here in southern Ontario this winter and we see on the news how all the folks in the States are getting it all. Have you ever given out the ziti recipe that you talk about. I certainly would like to try it. Valerie

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  28. I love your snow-covered photos.... Incredible beauty here. You got 12 inches, we might, just might, get 2-4 tomorrow. And that's exciting for our little corner of the world.

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  29. These are so stunning.

    I have to admit I am down right jealous though. Utah is typically full of snow this time of year and as of today our snow fall is extrememly low. We have not had a wonderful "dump" yet... or one that i was delirious about at any rate.

    Enjoy -- I wish I could be there :) Ohh and stay warm!

    Claudia

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  30. Your anonymous fan in Ca. loves your snowy photos. But are you ever going to part with your baked ziti recipe????

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  31. Beautiful, it looks a lott like Swedentoday! Storm&Snow :)

    bellavien

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  32. Yea me too, yet only today I'm having an off day. So please give me some sun now...
    Great great shots by the way.

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  33. Pix are beautiful! but tired of snow, cold and ice!! oh, Spring, please get here! drove through horribly icy roads to watch our grandaughters play indoor softball over the week-end! worth it ... the 10 yr olds were invited to play in the Nationals to be held in NC!! what a thrill for those girls!! and the parents and the grandparents!
    stumbled onto your site ... love it ... and did enjoy the pix!! thank you!

    Pink Hugs,
    Dee

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