This morning we’re being treated to the fluffiest snow you can imagine – with flakes this light, it’s more a case of “float” than “fall.” I love how the spruce trees by the back step look like they’re covered in white fur.
I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Do you have any special plans?
How beautifully you captured the fluffiness! Stay warm!
Thank you! Enjoy your weekend! 🙂
That is stunning!
It’s incredible how airy the snow was – just brilliantly puffy. I haven’t seen it like that in a good long while.
our snow blower would not even get through this last round of snow-we had to shovel the top off since it was too deep! Very heavy 14 inches! I love the fluffy white stuff! It is magic:-)
Oh my goodness, that is a significant amount! It’s so difficult to deal with when it’s wet like that.
Thank you! It was such a beautiful morning.
And you seem to have captured that fluffiness in your photo too! Hope you’re keeping warm. It’s still icy and snowy here too – good weather for curling up with a book! Have a good weekend Sheryl!
Definitely perfect reading weather, I agree! 🙂 Stay warm!
I like the fluffy snow, not much snow for us this winter.
You really haven’t received much at all, have you? It’s been a very strange winter, weather-wise….
Snow flowers! Beautiful photo! Light rain here today, and lots of mud… 🙂
“Snow flowers” – I love that! Perfect description. 🙂
Beautiful fluffy snow. We haven’t had much snow – mainly sleet and ice YUK! Husband and I have a coffee morning in aid of our church to attend tomorrow and we hope to go for a walk on Sunday afternoon if the weather lets us. Have a good weekend – best wishes, Clare x
I agree with you – I could definitely do without the ice, that’s for sure! It sounds like you are planning an absolutely lovely weekend. Hopefully the weather will be nice for your walk on Sunday afternoon. Enjoy! 🙂
Cold but beautiful. We’re (finally) expecting some rain. It started today and should run the weekend. That is music to our drought-parched state…and ears.
I can imagine – you’ve really had it extraordinarily dry there, and a good soaking rain would be immensely welcome. I hope it lingers for a few days.
Thanks, Sheryl. The storm arrived late and left early, but hey, we enjoyed it while it lasted. This week we’re close to record-breaking heat. Crazy!
The weather is definitely a bit loopy this year, isn’t it?
It sure is. I can’t remember a February like this.
It is indeed!
I think this is the first winter that it has really dawned on me how much of the true joy of childhood for winter that I have lost…My journey is to get me back to that point where I started.
There is much to celebrate and enjoy about winter – too often we look at it as a burden to slog through before getting to the warm days of spring and summer. I think we’d all benefit from recapturing the childhood joy and wonder of winter. Have fun on your journey! 🙂
Snow can be so beautiful – and you captured that! 🙂
I love how each snowfall changes the way everything looks! (Or maybe the way I look at everything!). 🙂
Beautiful…we plan to stay indoors as we have a few feet coming our way again.
You have had one storm after another there…hopefully you’re all dug out now and you’ll get a bit of a break.
Beautiful. . . Fluffy, light snow is so pretty, and it’s much easier to shovel. 🙂
Not so hard on the back, that’s for sure! Everyone here hauled out their leaf blowers and removed it without any effort at all! 🙂
We’ve had some very light, fluffy snow, too–It’s been so cold! Your photo really captures the texture–beautiful!
It’s funny because it was so humid that morning…I would have thought the snow would have been heavier. Interesting conditions, for sure.
Gorgeous…you got the point across with your picture of the fluffiness of the spruce.
The trees looked so magical! 🙂
I truly did not think snow when I first looked at this image.
What a beautiful snow!
It was a strange texture, that’s for sure. So incredibly soft.
That is soooo peaceful looking! It looks a bit like white seafoam. The stuff that floats near the beach edge with the seaweed sometimes.
I like that comparison! 🙂