Thursday, February 3, 2011

mother nature has rolled out the white carpet

and all the dainty snow angels tread lightly as they go

28 comments:

biebkriebels said...

Wow, this looks beautiful, the house, the snow, great photo.

Dave-CostaRicaDailyPhoto.com said...

If that is a white carpet, it has a very deep pile.

Arija said...

How lovely, just right for groundhog day.

Jack said...

Very pretty.

Cezar and Léia said...

Fascinating view, this house is so charming wearing snow! :)
Léia

Kate said...

This house looks perfect in the winter scene. Ah, winter!!

Abraham Lincoln said...

It was a "big" carpet this time with an ice runner under the snow.

Sharon said...

The carpet may be thick but, the scene is beautiful.

Jacob said...

Such a sweet composition! Down the steps, across the road, to our friend's house we go! But very carefully. And would someone get the snow shovel out, please?

Yikes! Sounds like y'all are getting another round of the white stuff and the cold.

Re your comment: earned my stripes, indeed. Very funny!

Have a great day!

Sharon Creech said...

Very pleasing, that soft green against the deep white snow. . .Hope you and mr. b. are not straining your backs shoveling.

Malyss said...

It's like walking on sugar and floating on cream..

JM said...

Beautiful indeed! What a contrast to what I've posted today. :-)

FOLKWAYS NOTEBOOK said...

Everything is right with the world as you tread down the white carpet -- barbara

Tash said...

You are definitely in the thick of it. And what a beautiful sight!

cieldequimper said...

Is there a scone hidden underneath this that we could put some strawberry jam on it?

Virginia said...

Even here today a little dusting. My Meeps will be the snow kitty tomorrow! :)Yours is much more beautifiul of course.

Amin said...

Beautiful view!

Doug Hickok said...

A carpet of winter beauty. I like the lead-in to the picture with the snowy pathway!

Jacob said...

Hi BC. Re your comment on Ocala DP: the wheelchair is one of several provided for handicapped people. The store was not busy so he wasn't depriving anyone of a wheelchair, but he was a pain in the butt! And a danger, too, tearing about in that thing with all of us old folks just trying to stay upright!

His mother didn't seem to notice.

SRQ said...

Is it the snow or the house or both that make this shot special? Very nice.

Bob Crowe said...

Pure Currier & Ives. We got off pretty easy compared to much of the Midwest and Northeast.

Randy said...

So beautiful!

magiceye said...

wow wow wow!!

Carraol said...

Beautiful winter scene, the house look great!

retriever said...

Beautifull with snow, best regard from Belgium

slim said...

Oh how I like the peaks and porches of this house. It looks inviting even under a blanket of snow.

Scott Taylor, Taylor Group Realty International said...

Hey that's my old house at 12 Chapin Street! Looks pretty in a blanket of snow from accross the street. How cool is that to see your old house in a blog. Love your photos!

Scott Taylor, Taylor Group Realty International said...

Hey that's my old house at 12 Chapin Street! Looks pretty in a blanket of snow from accross the street. How cool is that to see your old house in a blog. Love your photos!