Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Ice and Snow Pics

Many of us received the storm...and I will enjoy seeing all of the pics.

I jumped on the photo bandwagon this morning right as the 2nd punch of the storm hit. We received a lot of ice and then the heavy snow came in today.

At least the birds could still get into their feeders:















Looking down towards the pond:

















Looking down towards the other end of the pond:


















Ice on some of the shrubs...looked like frozen waterfalls!













Blue Sky now!

8 comments:

Amy said...

Lovely pictures and no blue sky here though!

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

and you still have a signal? electricity? you're lucky, that's a lot of ice. good pics.

Shiloh Prairie Farm said...

Pretty pictures! It is supposed to be in the 40's and possibly 50's this weekend, that will be nice. I don't mind the cold much if I get a chance to thaw out every once in awhile.

The Scavenger said...

Gosh, you got way more than we did. But man it sure is pretty, thanks for the pics.

Chris

KathyB. said...

As rough as storms are on us, there is still something magical about the beauty and the devastation...and the knowledge that no matter how smart we humans think we are, we still cannot control the weather!

Beautiful pictures!

Mary @ Annie's Goat Hill said...

I am a little behind on blog comments today. For some reason I was not allowed to post on any blogs last night. :)

Yes, we retained power!

It still is very pretty outside. Some of the ice began to melt and now it has frozen into more ice cycles.

Kathy, you described what I was thinking yesterday as well. This is one thing we have no control overm and I am pretty much glad.

Jennifer, I adjust to the weather too. I stay fairly warm as long as I am dry.

immersion said...

brrrrrr! Despite the cold I do enjoy the beauty winter brings. Nice pictures!

Mary @ Annie's Goat Hill said...

I got out, away from the farm for a bit yesterday. It was quite the storm. Odd how we get used to seeing the ice and snow around us, but do not see the full ramification of it until we travel a few miles away.

Yes, it is very beautiful! Thank you, Immersion. I stopped by your blog earlier as well. I was having posting problems...not sure if my comments "took." Hope so!