hand made paper, shifu, artists' books, north country living, and some words
Velma it must be magical to wake and find the snow has visited - and covered the rock book. As we head into summer here Barry says it looks really cold! Stay warm, Fiona
when snow sneaks in at night, it's a treat in the morning. on the other hand, hannah is away this winter, so shoveling will be my job.
early isn't it?
well, it won't last, but rain and possibly snow showers are predicted all weekend. i'm not waxing skis yet!
As much as I don't look forward to winter because it seems to last forever here, there is something magical about waking up to the first snowfall of the season. Thanks for sharing yours. I'm with you in the shoveling department with Conor having moved away-not fun.
Beautiful beautiful landscape shop...though it made me sort o' shiver...
(ooops, I mean 'landscape shot')
the book - like the wings of a snow butterfly. hope you've got all your wood chopped. k.
yes!! no snow in boston yet, which i'm most definitely bummed about.
no shovelling yet, daughter dear!
popsicle toe season already? that's a lovely image you have there...
wearing wool socks.
i remember seeing this.a very similar scene from another life inmichigan.looking at these photographs brought a floodof sensory flashes...the soundof first snow, it's scent.
oh you know the scent?! the hush?!
Still no snow here... I'll keep you posted.
hey-you should be first! this morning it's much warmer.
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