Category Archives: Winter

We are in the midst of a horrific snow storm…3 pictures…and the weirdest thing is that the snow is NOT sticking to the trees. It’s insane. I shoveled for the cat at 12:30 a.m., 2:30 a.m. and 6:30 a.m and I need go out and do it again. There’s nowhere to put the snow. AND it’s supposed to snow until 2 a.m.


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The snow pattern is from squirrels running across the top of the fence.

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Winter magic…Chicago style

keep your majestic mountains you open plains of grain your breezy swaying palm trees small towns tucked into Maine just give me city snowscapes huge lions dressed in wreaths a million lights like diamonds glistening through the sleet the magic … Continue reading

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First Snow…

When the first flakes of winter snow begin to fall, everyone dons their most colorful coat and grabs their drums and horns, their tambourines and bells, and head to the forest.  The dance begins at the tree line, where one … Continue reading

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The icicles are beginning to form…huge hunks of snow/ice were falling from buildings (off the sides of them as well) Entrances were closed in some stores because of it. Really loud when they fall but kind of cool too. :)

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sometimes the cold is so brittle it feels as if the air itself will break like glass  

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Winter night…

silent night takes on a whole new meaning when snow is on the ground it is so quiet so ethereal and so magical the snow can look blue and your ears become sensitive to the smallest sound it’s as if … Continue reading

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