Monday, 2 February 2009

So, So, Snowy!

This is a photo of one of my twins at 9am this morning trekking through the snow from our house to the woods at the back of our home. We thought we'd get out early and catch the fresh snow in the woods before any other walkers came by. On the way we passed a neighbours house, it looked so gorgeous in the snow I just had to take a photo, here it is....

Once we reached the woods they looked spectacular, everywhere was so snowy and white and so very quiet....


The boys were having a blast, they had never seen so much snow in their little lives, it came up to the top of their wellie boots most of the time.

9 comments:

Renee said...

How beautiful. I am living in a snow dream here in Canada too. But with little children in tow, it looks that much sweeter.

Renee

artgirly said...

wow! really gorgeous. There is something about fresh snow isnt there- magical. and the sounds seem to be absent, really sureal! You live in a beautiful part of the country- thanks for sharign with us! stay warm
xo- nicole

Jenny said...

Wow, Look at that snow. THis may soud ignorant, but I did not know it snowed there...lol

Stephani Gorman said...

Beautiful pictures! You must see winged creatures everywhere in the snow! Very whimsy and dreamy! Your family looks precious. :)Stephani

whymsicalmusings said...

Oh I want to come play in your part of the world! Your little guy looks so happy to just be out in the big white world!
Sending you a big HUG!!!!!
Becky

Healing Expressions said...

HI Amanda...Thanks for peeking in on me! Your place looks like ours did over Christmas. There is osemthing so magical about it all!
Enjoy your winter wonderland!
Blessings
Lani

faerie enchantment said...

You house looks like it came straight out of fairyland! Beautiful!

XO!
Lisa!

MaygreenFairies said...

Hey Lisa hun.... The pink house is actually my neighbours house (it looked so pretty in the snow I just had to photograph it), I have put a photo of my home on my Facebook page if you want to check it out. Hugs, Mandy x

The Junkin' Yaya said...

Even though I am a Southern and am glad we don't get that white stuff...it sure is pretty! Don't ya just love the way it is like a soft blanket over our Mother Earth? and the beautiful silence it brings....

Haven't seen ya in awhile, so just stopping by to say "hi" and hope that all is going well!

Have a beautiful & creative week! xo...deb