Wednesday, March 20, 2013

A snow covered brook on the first day of spring

 Most of this month I have been complaining to family and friends on how I'm not liking all this snow we have been accumulating.  Seems like every other week we are hit with at least 6-12" and the storm before a whopping 2'.  
 On my way out this morning I had to stop at this brook as the sight was breathtaking beautiful.
 The sun had just started to rise greeting the day and I was taken by the beauty of the snow, the light, and the brook.
 I sure hope this is the last of the snow fall even though I was admiring it's beauty.
 My imagination led me to photo this lovely snow covered turtle.
With this much snow, looks like spring in our area is only a day on the calendar.
~Shirley

8 comments:

Mari said...

Ouch your very own winter wonderland.....
Your pic's are gorgeous ;)
Thanks for sharing them with us all....

Smiles~
Mari

Barb @ My Cottage On The Lake said...

Shirley,

These pictures are simply and utterly breathtaking. I am awed as a Florida girl. Gorgeous!!

xoBarb

Loretta Thomas said...

Love these photos! In a lttle while it will have all melted... hang in there...
Happy Spring, Soon!
Hugs...

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

I see what you mean,Shirley, but it is beautiful you have to admit..All the white stuff will melt and make beautiful flowers soon..Happy Thursday..Judy

Ann said...

i know you get tired of it..but,to my California eye..this snow is a thing of great beauty!!
these photos show the magnificence of the snow..they are just breathtaking!!!
..but..i don't have to live in it..shovel it...
xo

Red Rose Alley said...

Shirley,
I know how much you long for the spring, but I can't help but LOVE these snow pictures. I don't see the snow enough, and just want to play in it for a day hehehe. The first picture is so nice, and this brook sounds like such a peaceful place to visit.

Happy weekend,
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

Stewart M said...

That does not really look like spring - but it a funny time of the year.

There were more birds in that flock than I think I have ever seen in one place - it is a wonder they dont collide.

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

Donna Heber said...

Hi Shirley,

Your photos are breathtaking! What a way to spend the first day of spring though. We are suppose to be in the mid 40's this week. Hopefully, our snow will melt.