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."

Winter’s Peace

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Comments on: "Winter’s Peace" (6)

  1. So purty. We’ve got plenty of snow, but it fell a week ago.

  2. As much as I dislike winter, there is something amazing and beautiful about the silence of a thick snowfall. It refreshes the spirit somehow.

    Looks like you’re about two thirds of the way to what Denver has already received this year.

    You and Catsby need to build a snowman. Immediately. And then have some hot cocoa.

  3. It’s beautiful. Did I already say that? I wish I were there.

  4. I’ve only been to the Cape in the summer. It look as beautiful with snow.

  5. Simply gorgeous. And judging from the variety of shots, this means you went out in it. Brave man.

    Birdie, not really SO brave. I was never really off the property…and only out long enough to clear off the car and repark it in the freshly plowed driveway! : )

  6. Ah…snow…just in time for the first day of winter. (Happy solstice, by the way!) Hopefully you were able to stand back and admire and photograph and not have to drive through it. My fave is definitely the snowy “peace,” but so many of the other photos say peace just as much.

    Timing-wise, (except for the weekend before Christmas part, say some) the storm was perfect, beginning shortly before midnight and concluding mid-Sunday afternoon. Local schools were still closed on Monday and there are some roads I hear tell of which have been pretty poorly plowed, but most of the roads I’ve had the pleasure of driving on the last forty-eight hours weren’t so bad.

    The white stuff sure is pretty when you have the time to appreciate it!

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