I thought the snow scenes from my garden would make good Christmas cards. So I created some more pictures similar to the one I posted a few days ago.

They seem quite appropriate as I was told that snow was forecast for next week. I am not convinced I think it is just wishful thinking on someone’s part.

Thinking of Snow

Some Detail

19 Comments CherryPie on Dec 12th 2009

19 Responses to “Snow on the Way?”

  1. I hope it’s not on the way. I hate snow!

  2. MTG says:

    It is always a pleasure to view your pics but be careful what you wish for, CP.

  3. Sasha says:

    Each season has its own beautiful time. Spring brings us the first signs of life; summer in full bloom, autumn with its glorious changes of colour and winter (although cold) has beauty in itself…perhaps you could catch a glistening frosty spider web.

    There is something magical about your winter scene Cherry Pie. But then there is something magical in most seasons – perhaps you caught the essence and I’m sure we’re all appreciative.

    Life’s wonderful and people are great. What more could we ask :)

    • CherryPie says:

      I love the changing of the seasons and I wish they were more defined as the used to be.

      This will surprise everyone I guess… Summer is my least favourite month. I like the hours of sunshine that it gives, but I hate the heat and nature seems very static at this time…

  4. Andrew Scott says:

    Oh Man! What is wrong with Jams? Snow is awesome! At least it is out here in the countryside. Not much fun in a dirty slushy city I suppose. I must get over to his website again right away to try to figure out where he lives in the land where snow is hateful. Reconnect with your inner child Jams. Build a snowman. Throw a snowball… (just not at a police car, mind :) Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow…

    • CherryPie says:

      I love real snow :-) But the seasons are a bit out of kilter and these days snow means one day heavy snowfall and people not knowing how to drive properly in such situations, followed by mud and slush!

      I remember the days when I got stuck in the snow up to my armpits!!!

  5. Andrew Scott says:

    Ah… Romford Jams. Hmmm… All I know, or think I may know, about Romford is that Steve Davis comes from there. Anything else I should know?

  6. Claudia says:

    Your Winter scenes are beautiful, CherryPie. Alas! As you say, in the city, snow doesn’t stay virginal very long.I find it difficult now to walk in slush or on ice. Gone are the days of skiing, skating, sledding and snowballs playful games.

  7. CherryPie says:

    I always intend go for a walk in the countryside to get some lovely pictures of the scenery. But these days it doesn’t last long enough for me to do that.

  8. jpt says:

    I hope the snow comes. I like your pics too!

  9. Sean Jeating says:

    Snow’s in the air.

    By the way, couldn’t read this week’s thought, yet. Permanently get 404 – File or directory not found.

  10. Sean Jeating says:

    Yep. Now it’s working.