Friday, November 14, 2014

Blue Morning

I'm a bit blue this morning. As you can see by this early 6:15 AM shot, the first arrow of this winter has been slung and has hit its mark. Looks like about 2 inches. Follow the line of the hose to the garden, and you'll see old man winter's folly has stuck to any able branch in the vicinity. Although they say the whiteness won't last the weekend, I am glad I finally got around to burning that huge pile of brush up back Wednesday night. If this was the weekend before December 25th, I'd be excited, but for now I'll be a bit blue and wait for the sun to do its thing. It better. You see, I have work to to that involves the woodshed this weekend.
Load that cart.
Stack that wood.
Bye green!
See you in March, if I'm lucky.
Hopefully, like the wicked witch of Oz, "I'm melting, melting, melting ...

23 comments:

  1. A bluish white, I hope it won't last...

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  2. Old man winter,it would seem, has knocked on your door. Might as well invite him in and pour him a pint. :-)

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  3. Our summers and falls are so glorious followed by pretty nasty stuff, ice and cold temperatures; the pretty scenes of newly fallen snow do not compensate!

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  4. Maybe for you it's hard to endure -I can understand that -, but , to my mediterranean eyes, it looks sooo beautiful!

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  5. I don't really want to see this stuff until a week before Christmas.

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  6. I would be blue too if we had a couple of inches in my Portland. False alarm yesterday.

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  7. below freezing here in ne tx but at least no precip. too early!

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  8. I don't want to see this until Christmas Eve!

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  9. Rain, rain and mild here. I'd rather have a blue white sight to look at...

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  10. We're getting the cold here, but - thankfully - not white stuff unless you count frost that sticks around. Yours is a pretty scene but not one I'm longing to experience.

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  11. I feel ya, friend. Swing by for some sun anytime.


    ALOHA from Honolulu
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  12. Ah, I'm sorry. But from over here, it's looks lovely.

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  13. I can't help but love it!

    We've had snow off and on all day, big thick dry flakes.

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  14. I think you fooled around with the white balance in your camera. It's hard to imagine snow on the ground...although it's going to get down to about 46 degrees in Ocala tonight. But I don't mind 'cause I'm not playing golf for awhile anyway! :)

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  15. Good luck with the wood. . . but don't you think that new snow is purty?

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  16. We only get white snow in Haninge and it's all gone since a week. You can keep the blue snow if you like!

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  17. Uh…what?! Early winter. I agree -- this would be a nice scene right before Christmas. Good luck with your work this weekend in the woodshed.

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  18. Ah, that special bluish scene reminds me of a distant former life.
    Enjoy your snow!

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  19. I hope it has melted by now and you are able to get some work done and yes, I do like my palm trees better! This is a pretty picture though.

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  20. Unbelievable! This is a sight I'm going to see out of my window NEVER!!

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