Winter Wonderland Part III

Winter Wonderland in pictures.

Winter Wonderland Part I

Winter Wonderland Part II

Pictures of the aftermath of a 24 hour ice storm our area experienced for Easter weekend. Power was out for over 24 hours starting Good Friday evening (thank you dear generator for keeping the house warm!). Some roads were closed due to broken trees take-over madness.

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6 Thoughts on “Winter Wonderland Part III

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  3. Beautiful pictures! I agree with Half a 1000 Miles–I miss snow. A LOT. Germany gets the odd flake here and there, but not much more than that. Destruction aside, there’s just nothing better than curling up with a blanket on the couch and watching all the chaos go on, outside. You have a good eye for photography! When I take pictures everyone ends up with red eyes, they’re blurry, and it’s all off to a weird slant because I don’t hold the camera steady. 🙂

    • I take it you weren’t in Buffalo a couple of winters ago when the city got over a foot of snow dumped on 😉 I like snow and winter, but I cannot stand the cold temps. Just as you said it is such a joy to have the fireplace going, cocoa steaming, and the house smelling like cookies. Then Christmas break comes to an end lol

      Thank you for the compliment 🙂 I take a lot of pictures with my phone and I wish it had a better camera to really have crisp pictures. I have a big camera too, but never think to just carry it around my neck with me.

  4. Oh, how I miss snow! Maybe not that car picture. Oh dear.

    • snow really creates a magical scenery, but boy it can also be a pain in the back… I’m looking for ways to work with winter and maybe I won’t dislike it so much hahahaha I think if I were to stay home 24/7 I would not be such a whiner every year.

      Funny-sad part about the car incident: while feeding everyone for the evening I kept hearing the trees crack and break in the forest. At dinner time I mentioned it to Mitchell and had this gut feeling about trees in the front. “Maybe we should move the car somehow to avoid any trees falling on it”, to which he replied “which trees? car’s fine”… I rolled my eyes and said “okkkaaayyy” and thought you’ll seeeeee… I regret not get out there myself!

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