One gardener's observations, discoveries and random thoughts whilst simultaneously worshipping and dallying in a Cape Cod garden. "A garden," said Ralph Waldo Emerson, "is like those pernicious machineries which catch a man's coatskirt or his hand, and draw in his arm, his leg and his whole body to irresistable destruction."

A Snowy Sunday








Comments on: "A Snowy Sunday" (6)

  1. why does this look so romantic? It also looks cold! Stay warm, my friend.

  2. We may finally be getting a layer of snow today. We sit in the middle of a band about 100 miles wide where little snow ever falls, always just out of reach. I find snow to be the redeeming quality of winter; otherwise it’s just plain cold. Where’s the beauty in that? Blue dusk on a snowy day is one of my favorite times. Also a full moon on a clear night of deep snow. It’s rare enough here to be memorable when it happens.

  3. So light and fluffy it’s almost furry! Very magical!

  4. I hope
    i can live somewhere beautiful someday. All you ever see in Baltimore are 15-pound rats, alleys packed with garbage, and homeless junkie-bums staggering all over the place with cardboard signs.

  5. Belated Happy New Year Greg! I’m going to start at this post and read backward if I may – been offline for a while so it’s time to play catch-up. Your chilly pictures are wonderful – we had a bout of cold weather which is over now and I’m still missing the frost. Great to see it again here :)

  6. Beautiful pictures, once again. Cold has hit us in the “sunny south”. But little or no snow, and not such wondrous landscapes.

    Happy and blessed and warm New Year, big guy.


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