A gray start to the day snow flurries and a blanket of snow Just a dusting so no end to the drought, but I welcome the blue sky, the sunshine, and the clouds nestled on the flatirons.
Monday as sunset arrived, Painting the sky, Creating a beautiful view. I celebrate the shortest day of the year. Solstice brings winter, darkness, and peace. As a optimist, I know it marks the point where days will grow longer.
Hey Meadow, let’s run!Charlie with snowball socks – it’s hard to tell where his paws areMeadow showing off her snowball socks Rolling in the snow is always fun! Charlie figures out a way to collect more snow by rubbing his head in it.
Yesterday was the shortest day of the year. With this morning’s sunrise we look forward to the lengthening of daylight hours and tonight Hanukkah begins.
I’m not sure who’s been feeding this bunny but it sure looks “fluffy” sitting by my door.
Azure skies above frosting coated trees shimmer cold morning colors
Darkness comes early staying warm by the fire cozy evening
Something for everyone in the small mountain town of Lyons, Colorado. A fun parade followed by a fireworks show. Due to technical challenges with WiFi these photos were taken with my iPhone and one was not my photo.
Following a 70 degree day on Saturday, yesterday brought thunder snow to the area. From the warmth of the house, we watched the snow fall and pile up. “It’s like being in a snow globe.” And now, the morning after, we have the peaceful beauty of snow laden trees under the bluebird sky. In aContinue reading “Snow in the forest”