Monday, December 17, 2007

More Snowy Pics

Yesterday, I posted this photo of the disappearing bbq, taken mid-morning.

Here it is early in the afternoon.

And by mid-afternoon.

In the evening.

The snow is piling up like crazy. I went out shovelling three times.

The last time I went out, I took some night photos.


thailandchani said...

Oh, my gosh! That is really deep snow! Brrrrr!

Mary said...

looks like the plows don't care much for your road, eh?

i love your snowy pictures. the snow is absolutely wonderful if you don't have any travel plans (and if you had a personal shoveler!).

it's so beautiful!! lovely pics!

Donna said...

I love the pictures! Especially the blue lighted tree!!! Hope I can take pics like that soon!!!
You take care of yourself out there Shoveling!!!!!

Ginnie said...

I have just one word to say... like Thailandchani...BRRRRRRRRR.
(or maybe that's not a word...but it describes how I feel perfectly.)

Judy said...

We've got six and a half inches in West Michigan. That's enough for me. It sets the mood.

Your pictures are beautiful!

Gina said...

I love the night pics!

So much snow! We've got nothing but some light rain headed our way!

Pam said...

I particularly like the blue lights on the tree and the white lights on the railing shining on the snow at night. I think you have more snow than we do.

Linda said...

I just LOVE the snow. I hope we get a huge snow storm like you have had sometime before Jan. 1.

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

Great pictures of the snowfall we enjoyed. I think you got a bit more than we do. We had a lot blowing around. Everytime I tramped to the shed to look in on the animals I had to make a new path in the snow as the old one had drifted in.

Rain on the weekend!!!!

Anonymous said...

OMG.. now that is a lot snow.. even by Winterpeg standards. :-)

Love the photos, especially the night shots.

ChrisB said...

I somehow missed commenting on these. I love looking at pictures of snow and it would be nice to have some of the white stuff here. However in the UK everything grinds to a halt with just a few inches and I would be the one doing the shoveling!!

Kathleen... said...

Lovely photos. We only dream of 'scapes like these in Texas. Best of 2008 to you and yours.