Monday, February 9, 2015

Whimsical Windows, Delirious Doors! #167

Welcome back to our little meme!

There's talk of snow again this week! I personally have a hard time believing it - just a few days ago I was comfortably wearing sandals :) But the weather is indeed much chillier than it was then, so I guess you just never know. Anyway, all this talk made me realize that I never posted any pictures of our neighborhood in the last snowstorm. Truthfully, that's mostly because there wasn't much snow to speak of, and it melted almost immediately... but still: with no further ado, here is the view from my window, just about a month ago:

Here are the statues of sheep at a park not far from my house - I really like this photo :)
Then, later that night:

The next day everything promptly turned to slush. But a day later, we got another lovely sprinkling:
I know, I know, for those of you who live in areas that actually get snow on a regular basis, this is a joke. But for us, it was a lot of fun! Please feel free to click on any of the photos, if you'd like a closer view - that last one is particularly sparkly :)

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Mascha said...

Your night photos are always especially nice... and I like the shapes, searching green in snow...
We in Germany had only a little snow too in this year, after 1-2 days all was gone away. Remember other winters - - -

photodoug said...

Nice neighborhood. Thanks for sharing.

Ralph said...

Snow may be an issue in our snowy climes - sleet ad snow currently in southern CT - but it is pure as it falls and leaves a fresh coat on our day-to-day world that can be a pretty sight for a little while at least.

Being from Chicago yo are no doubt familiar with the brutality of winter. Your present snow is not that bad :)

Anonymous said...

Yes, I was surprized that Europe (our son studies in the Netherlands) and Israel suddenly had some snow! Love the tree at night:)