Blue Sky Farm

My blogging posts and photos are part of me . I think of this as a scrapbook of my life. The names have not been changed.. they are real people who have crossed my path along my journey. Some I know intimately, my family and friends. If their names are mentioned it's a sure sign they are special to me and I love them dearly...come along see for yourself, perhaps you know some of them too..

November 22, 2010

Snow everywhere

Here is the latest picture of the snow falling out front of our house across the driveway.. It is snowing again and it really is pretty.. We are home from our drive to the Reserve marshland. That is an Eagles nest with snow stuck to the twigs. The eagle was around hunting for his lunch..




Below is a picture taken from my car window as we stopped along the waters edge. It was so quiet and peaceful and down right COLD.
Nice to be home now warming up with a cup of tea.

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6 comments:

Verde Farm said...

Wonderful photos! That eagle shot is so great. Looks like a great way to spend a snowy day :)
Amy

Pen Pen said...

Awesome... I think?? Enjoy your snow!! It will be 70 degrees here tomorrow. I'm taking the baby outside for a photo shoot!

cindy said...

OH, you are so lucky to have that beautiful blanket of white snow to look at. Here in the mid-south we have nothing but tree leaves falling onto our brown grass!

-cindy

Sam I Am...... said...

Boy, that photo course really sunk in...you take gorgeous pictures! Thanks for the snow descriptions and pics too. I miss it! We were supposed to get rain today but we didn't even get that. It was cloudy but warm and I opened the windows. That will be ending any day now though.

Libbie said...

I just LOVe snowy Day pictures! And very cool egale pic!!! Thanks for sharing them! I hope the driving wasn't too bad!

Mary said...

Nice picture of the eagle...we are certainly getting a blanket of snow, aren't we? I am spending the morning inside straightening my sewing room but will have to go check on my horse this afternoon. Stay warm,
Mary