Category Archive: winter

The Wise Trees

All the complicated details of the attiring and the disattiring are completed! A liquid moon moves gently among the long branches. Thus having prepared their buds against a sure winter the wise trees… Continue reading

Winter Rose of Sharon

Although the snow blankets everything you still see the beauty in the winter landscape.

40/365 Cape Cod Wonderland

Need I say more…  

A Winter Wonderland

Just had to share some images from the recent snowstorm. And although it was a very wet, heavy snow that brought down a lot of tree branches, it was beautiful!

22/365 A Frozen Drip

 

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8/365 A Fresh Fallen Snow

Nothing more beautiful than a fresh fallen snow!

6/365 Winter Has Arrived on Cape Cod

The snow finally arrived on Cape Cod!

15 Days and Counting until Spring!

The first day of spring is in 15 days! Woohoo! Can you believe it? Quite frankly I am a little skeptical. As I am writing this it is once again snowing here on… Continue reading

A Blizzard Falls on Brewster Gardens

You have to admit that when the snow is falling and you don’t have to drive anywhere that it’s absolutely beautiful. These photos were taken the night of Valentine’s 2015. We had another… Continue reading

A little snow can go a long way!

I know this winter has been remarkably tough here in the Northeast. We have gotten more snow than we have in an incredibly long time! But when the snow is freshly fallen as… Continue reading

Spring is just around the corner – I hope!

Currently we have approximately two feet of snow on the ground with another blizzard due to hit us this coming Saturday night. They expect this next storm will dump another 12+ inches on… Continue reading

Rain, Snow, or Shine they come to Eat!

Can you tell my mother puts a lot of bird food out? I have never seen fatter birds than the ones that hang around our feeder. It is strategically placed right outside my… Continue reading

They May Be Dead But They’re Beautiful

In the wintertime I am not always motivated to go out in the cold and photograph landscapes. I try to find the extraordinary in the beauty of the ordinary. Today I perused the… Continue reading

The Beauty of a Freezing Rain

        My last post addressed the beauty in the snow and fog. Today we had a rain, which soon froze after the temps dropped below freezing. As I walked into… Continue reading

Beauty in the Snow and Fog

I took each of these photos from my car as hubby and I were driving home from Maine. We had just had a snowfall that morning with about four inches of snow on… Continue reading

Bridgton, Denmark and Naples Maine in Winter

Over New Years hubby and I went to Maine with our daughter Allison, our grandchildren and Allison’s friend Lauren. One of the things I love about Maine is I can totally decompress and… Continue reading

I’m Back After a Little Convalescing

Paris Maine last February Well it’s been just about three weeks from my last post. During that time I had a viral infection for 10 days of which I ran a temp of… Continue reading

A Raging Snowstorm

I always feel so fortunate to live within a very short distance of the ocean. I never take it for granted. Hubby and I go to the beach mostly in the off-season to… Continue reading

The Advantages of Snowshoeing

There are advantages to snowshoeing. Not only is it an incredible work out it takes you to places you would otherwise not likely see in the midst of winter. There is such beauty… Continue reading

First Blizzard of 2014 hits Cape Cod

Well we got our first blizzard of the season here on Cape Cod. Overnight over a foot of snow fell and the winds were sustained over 35 mph for a number of hours.… Continue reading

A Light Snow Drifts Slowly Down

A light snow slowly drifts down to blanket a river in white. A beautiful and perfect winter day in Maine.

A Snowy Field

A walk through this snowy field is proof enough that there is a winter wonderland.  

More Snow But Only In Pics

These pics are from the last snowstorm we had several weeks ago. I know it’s close to spring now (thank goodness) but I just love the color in these images and so had… Continue reading

Climbing

While in Maine a number of weekends ago my daughter took my hubby, our son and me hiking/climbing up this huge rock.  In one of the pictures you can tell how far up… Continue reading

You Can’t Beat Mother Nature

I would have posted individual pictures of the aftermath of the storm but there were too many. So I figured I’d put them into two collages. The first 10 pictures of the top… Continue reading

Our Word View – Word of the Week = JAZZY

SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. BOTH SHARE A LOVE OF THE… Continue reading

Could It Be The Final Snowstorm of the Season

Winter is slowly coming to an end. I think! In fact here in Massachusetts at this moment we are once again experiencing another two day Nor’easter. Parts of the state will be receiving… Continue reading

Snow and Water

I love the contrast between crisp white snow against the darkness of cold, winter water.

A Winter Wonderland, Bridgton Maine

Heaven’s Gate in a Winter Wood

Our Word View – Word of the Week = STORM

I have a plethora of storm pictures to pick from as we have had three snowstorms within the past seven days. Each storm has had measurable snow of five, six and 12+ inches.… Continue reading

Cape Cod Doesn’t Get Snow

Last weekend we got over a foot of snow. This morning I woke up to five more inches of snow on the ground when they predicted a dusting. They are now talking about… Continue reading

Blizzard Images

One Image Processed Seven Ways

Here is one image processed seven different ways. The first photo is my favorite. The final photo is the original, untouched picture. Which of the images do you prefer? My favorite is the… Continue reading

The Beauty of a Fresh Snow

We had our first measurable snowfall this past Saturday on Cape Cod. We got over 12” of snow. I love the snow! When I was small I lived in Canada and we had… Continue reading