Uprooted Magnolia

Morning Flakes

Posted in Nature, Photography by leahyetter on January 27, 2012
©Leah Yetter Photographer

snow flakes on fuzzy berries

We woke up to a light dusting of snow and an overcast sky this morning. By this afternoon, the sun is shining and it has pretty much melted away.

Happy Friday everyone, I hope you have a sun-shiny weekend!

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  1. Ellen said, on January 27, 2012 at 4:37 pm

    Happy Friday to you too!!! from this hot hot hot city on the other side of the world!!!


  2. Kristi Sundberg said, on January 27, 2012 at 5:15 pm

    Fantastic! You’re so attuned to the visual world, from the minute to the enormous, it continues to amaze me. OK…confession time: when I’ve traveled to Eastern Wyoming, although I’ve always relished it due to the wonderful people I’ve met, I never really appreciated the beauty of the landscape, that is, until seeing your photos.
    I think it’s because the beauty is so much more subtle. When one goes to say, the Tetons, the (conventional) beauty wallops you over the head; one need not look very closely or be paying particular attention to grasp it. Whereas, Eastern Wyoming is imo closer to the desert, in which you sometimes need to let it simmer in the senses for a while before the beauty comes through. Your photos have opened my eyes to that and I am grateful! 🙂


  3. misswhiplash said, on January 28, 2012 at 5:43 am

    I can cope with a dusting of snow but here in Bulgaria we now have it three feet + deep and for me , it is very difficult… I have short legs and I cannot lift them over the snow so I end up with snow in my boots and very wet feet.

    Send the sun and let it be gone


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