Sunday, February 21, 2016

Snowfall

Did this fella know
















 this was coming?


















A gorgeous snowfall - that covered the ground.
















Each limb and branch was











coated in white.

It was a wonderful site!


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Yes I think this fella knew what was coming.



Hope everyone is warm and safe.
Have a blessed week.

Hugs Debbie

28 comments:

  1. How beautiful it looks! Snow is just so magical. I am glad you shared these wonderful photos.

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  2. OMG!! WHAT A BEAUTIFUL SNOWFALL -- AND THAT JAY -- ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL!!! hOPE YOU ARE KEEPING WARM! we HAVE 70f TODAY -- GOING DOWN THE REST OF THE WEEK, BUT THE FROGS THINK IT'S SPRING AND THEY'VE BEEN CROAKING LIKE CRAZY! STAY SAFE!

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  3. Beautiful snowfall and bluejay :) Our cardinals were going crazy just before our last snow...they know so they stock up at the feeders.

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  4. Oh my, that was a lot of snow. I left the greenhouse door open for a couple of warm days and it is full of bees on the lemon trees. I had to close the door for tonite is to get cold again. Love your drawing/painting of the bluejay. He must have been wondering what he was going to eat.

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  5. Hi Debbie,
    What a beautiful snowfall.. Photos would make gorgeous Christmas cards.
    I love your watercolor. You have captured that little fella beautifully.
    blessings,
    Penny

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  6. So beautiful - I wonder if it means there is more on the way for us - the poor old plants wont know what's hit them if it does. We have had raging winds all day - almost blowing you of your feet - which is in complete contrast to last week, where I actually sat in the garden with a cup of tea and a book (with coat on) but it was lovely to just feel the sun on my face, even if only for a short while. Have a good week my friend and keep warm.

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  7. Lucky you having a blue jay visit. We do not have them here. I love your painting - although I notice you do not give it the starring role. You are so modest, Debbie and obviously prefer to showcase the stunning beauty of God's handiwork. The photos sure are beautiful.
    P.S. Is a large log pile under the snow?

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  8. You really had a HUGE snowfall! Glad the bluejay has a safe place to stay and some good food. And your rendering of him is lovely, Debbie!
    Kathryn XX

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  9. thank you so much for the information today

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  10. A snow fall makes everywhere look so clean and I can almost feel the silence through your photos. I'm sure the birds like animals have that sense of the weather,
    Loved your sketch and painting of the Blue-jay. We don't have that Jay here in Europe ours has a pinky tinge of colour on it's chest with a tinge of blue on it's wing, but they are always in the woods around us so I would have to paint it from an image. I hope the snow clears for you soon.

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  11. It really does look beautiful and magical. The colours of the bird captured and then painted is delightful. Your first snowdrop, yes a sign spring is on its way.
    Keep warm.x

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  12. oh my this is all so magical and you captured it so well, the perfect snowfall and your blue jay art is so wonderful too, wow

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  13. Snow is so pretty--and so is your little blue fella. I'm sure he was tucked away warm and safe when the snow hit. Just like you (I hope)!

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  14. What a beautiful sight , just love snow , makes everything look magical ! And I see you got very inspired by the little fellow , truly lovely work as always ! xx

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  15. I have a Love/Hate relationship with "snow"......lol. I don't like it yet I think it's absolutely beautiful. Nice photos Debbie!! And wonderful drawing!

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  16. I do think these little critters really can tell when there are changes coming in the weather. They may not have the 10-day forecast, but I'll bet they can foresee one or two days ahead. Your photos are beautiful. You have captured the true beauty of snow at its finest!

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  17. It is all so pretty. Love your work!

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  18. So beautiful, this untouched snow! A silent white world! Love the bird!

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  19. That is a lot of snow! Goodness.

    Birds are smart. I bet that little guy is nice and warm and snug somewhere. And your renditions of him are lovely and delicate.

    I hope your Tuesday is good! Stay warm:)
    Libby

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  21. A fresh snowfall is such a beautiful sight to see...thanks for posting this one!

    Blessings,

    Victoria

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    1. I forgot to say that I love your painting of the little blue jay!

      Blessings, Victoria

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  22. Bonjour chère amie,

    Il est magnifique cet oiseau. Est-ce un geai ?
    Vos photos sont très très belles. Je n'aime pas la neige mais j'avoue que le spectacle est éblouissant.
    J'espère qu'elle ne restera pas trop longtemps et que Demoiselle Printemps vous fera sourire.

    Une aquarelle très vivante et superbe.

    Gros bisous

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  23. Ho yes, I'm sure birds know a lot more than we think! Your pictures are simply beautiful. Nature's a glorious sight!
    Today we're having the same kind of weather and already I can see the red cardinal, the woodpecker and a few tits busy in the bird feeder. Love your blue jay Debbie! Whatever the weather, I'm going out today! :) Have a beautiful day, HUgs

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  24. You got quite a lot of snow! It looks so lovely when it first falls and gives everything a fresh coat of white. I love when it sits on the tree branches and trunks. Too bad that state doesn't last longer. I hope you enjoyed it for a while! Have a great week, Debbie.

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  25. Lovely photos, lovely painting. And I do love bluejays.

    Wishing you a beautiful weekend ahead and sending hugs too.
    Brenda
    xox

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  26. Wow that is lots of snow. Love your blue jay interpretation. Keep warm. xx

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  27. How utterly gorgeous Debbie! Your photos of the bird and the snowy scenes are so lovely! Your painting is really lovely too! Your work is so pretty!

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