Monday, March 20, 2017

A BLACK AND WHITE WORLD


During the night Saturday,
we had a few inches of "clean up" snow.





Our recent snowfall was at that dirty, pretty ugly stage.
Probably more than half of it was gone.




I love the branches when they look as if
someone had sprinkled them with powdered sugar.








This look is short lived.





 Two hours later the branches were bare.





It was beautiful while it lasted.
Have a happy week.

8 comments:

Mildred said...

It looks like the branches had cake icing on them! Hope you enjoy this first day of Spring!

eileeninmd said...

Hello Missy, pretty images. The first shot is my favorite. We had some snow early yesterday morning, it disappeared quickly. Happy 1st day of Spring. Have a great new week ahead!

Debra She Who Seeks said...

Nothing cleans things up like a fresh blanket of snow!

Beth Edwards, VA said...

i love it when snow lands like that on the trees and bushes ... so pretty!! i don't drink Jack, but i have in the past, not my thing. it smells delicious. i prefer a bit of wine but not that often. only on a special time. i enjoy vodka with something else?! ...if i had to pick something ... but yet again is not something i do often. i notice a lot of folks around here have opened hard cider, wines are popular in VA too. i guess it might be a bit of how you were raised? have a nice week! i did try to get an eagle picture earlier and i ran to get my camera and the darn thing had flew off ... so quick. made me think of you and all my other birdie friends. take care. ( ;

NanaDiana said...

As much as I dislike winter I do think it is pretty when you have a fresh snowfall like that. Your pictures are just beautiful!!!
Hope you have a wonderful week. xo Diana

Lynne said...

The beauty of a fresh snowfall is like no other.
Freah, quiet, white . . .
It lasts for such a brief moment . . .
Your pictures are wonderful Missy . . .

Kelly said...

I love the look of trees and ground covered in snow! It's so seldom that we see it here in GA.

Kimberly~Nutbrown Cottage said...

Beautiful! But I hope it goes away and spring starts showing up for you!