I’m happy to report that it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas around here, and it isn’t just the giant, ten foot tall, six foot wide Christmas tree standing in the middle of the construction zone that is my home!
Nope, it’s because it has been a frosty winter wonderland for the past few weeks, bringing with it some sparky trees and fluffy soft snow.
I just love the way our world looks coated in a little frosting.
It almost makes me forget about the sub-zero temperatures and icy roads it produces. I mean, those elements are quite forgivable when they create for you a postcard worthy world.
Today the sun is shining and the frost has melted off the trees, but I spent a few moments this week trudging through the snow to capture those magical moments when things are sparkly and fresh so I could share them with you.
Because I think this is the way Christmas is supposed to look.
Now all we need is a one horse open sleigh to put these lazy, fluffy and hay fed horses to work!
In the spirit of the season I’d like to invite you to share with me your favorite winter photo from wherever you are. Post to my Facebook page, Husband and I will chose our favorite and you will win a signed copy of my new album “Nothing’s Forever” and a matted photo of one of my favorite snowy scenes.
I’ll pick the winner on Sunday (because I love Sundays) so share away! I can’t wait to see your world!
Merry Almost Christmas!
I wish you were here with us to make snow angles and frost sugar cookies.
Love, peace and snowmen.
Your photos are always amazing, Jessie, but I think you out did yourself with this batch. Thanks for the winter wonderland.
These photos are stunning and are classic wintry Christmas shots. Here on the eastern shore of Nova Scotia, rain is more common and snow seldom lingers for long. Interesting challenge …
I sure do miss white winters and this post was a wonderful way to reminisce and dream of visiting snowy places some time soon. Thanks for the beautiful photos and words.
Beautiful simply marvellous
Your photos produce wonderful memories, Jessie. Thank you.
What a beautiful Christmas tree, love the hats! As always your pictures are awsome!
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