100 thoughts on “First Snow~

  1. Looks pretty, Cindy. We had our first – and so far only – “snow” on November 12. If you can call some light dusting, that left nearly all of the grass to easily be seen, snow at all. [https://wp.me/p4uPk8-23K]

  2. Anonymous

    Gosh, Cindy, you almost don’t need to travel around the planet, you have Heaven on Earth on your own doorstep πŸ™‚

    Lovely landscapes.

  3. Hey Cindy,

    The allure of a placid lake quietly slumbering amidst a mountainous wilderness is unfathomably compelling: dust, granite and grace laced with elegance, flurried with snow. Wondrous to behold, delightful to view in your photographs, thank you πŸ˜€


      1. Your photographs and succinct commentary are inspired by your own sense of beauty Cindy. As a viewer, I simply responds to that.

        Enjoy a wonderful week. Take care of one and all at the Holler.


  4. Lovely colors and reflections! Snow DOES somehow accent or highlight a landscape. I saw this happen in upstate NY during the recent holiday season. Empty cornfields came into focus when dusted with snow β€” their geometric patterns revealing themselves due to the contrast of colors. Thank you for sharing. PS: I looked on a map to see where the Laguna mountains are. Snow in Southern California?! I guess it partly has to do with altitude…

    1. It doesn’t just rain in Southern California, it snows! This year thankfully quite a bit so far. I agree with you about the visual appeal of snow. It makes for stunning vistas and photographs.

  5. Dear Cindy
    oh dear, we envy you. We miss the snow so much. But in a couple of days we’ll drive up North and hope to have some snow there. In times of global warming it’s getting harder and harder to find places with real snow in the UK. We hardly have a season we would call ‘winter’ here.
    Wishing you a great week
    The Fab Four of Cley
    πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

    1. I didn’t know this and it makes me sad. We head to Oz soon and I know I will be grief struck by what is occurring there. Have a beautiful time in the north. We are heading to Greenland this year. I can’t get enough of the spectacular north. Cheers & thanks for stopping by~

  6. Not much snow there Cindy, just a dusting in the mountains. We are having the strangest winter. There’s a dusting here on our lawn but it soon melts when we get a warm day. We’ve had a lot of rain too.
    Leslie xoxo

  7. A wonderful photo β€œart exhibition.” Stellar as always. Well, snow has come to Vancouver and it is staying, with more to come. I feel like we are like the rest of Canada. Edmonton and Calgary have -25 C weather, with -41C wind chill. Meanwhile, I am in a warm coffee shop enjoying your post. Hugs!!!

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