Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Just a memory now. . .


Three weeks can make a big difference. Our snow is all gone now but the news said there's a possibility of more this coming weekend. Can it happen again? Maybe. . . hope so! When I lived in southeastern Idaho, I would have said YES! I remember the blizzard we had on Valentine's Day in Pocatello the year I moved to Washington. I can only hope.

5 comments:

Lilli & Nevada said...

One thing about snow when untouched is that it shows how pure it is. Yes we too are suppose to have snow this weekend right now mostly freezing fog

PERBS said...

Oh, but there are footprints in that beautiful snow! I took the photo before I walked it and followed the footprints that were quite deep.

RuneE said...

We have no snow either at the moment, and I must admit that I can do without it. I have also lived with 3-4 meters of snow and -40 degrees C. The advantage was that it made for good photography. As for instance here.

Malyss said...

Only a memory, but what a beautyful one!this photo is really great.

Leedra said...

I like this photograph of the snow.

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