For the first time in my memory we had our first snow on October 28th...unbelievable. It wasn’t much of one, but it left all of my few flowers, greenery, and water lilies weighted down with icy snow. Just take a look!
My Yellows and Golden Yellows
A Lone Icy Red
A Bit of Blurry Pink
The Remains of my Herbs
My Wilted Water Lily and Goldfish Kettle Pond
"Delicious autumn! My very soul is wedded to it, and if I were a bird I would fly about the earth seeking the successive autumns.”
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ooh, you got hit with the white stuff! it is early for this, but that's the direction the parade is going, isn't it? our turn can't be far off...ReplyDelete
lovely photos as usual Genie. happy day to you.
WHAT global warming?!
Fine images, despite the damage the snow did to the garden...
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Gorgeous photos. The reds look like Christmas is already here, the scarecrow, proves it isn't.ReplyDelete
Snow already ? But it gives nice pictures and thanks for visiting my blog.ReplyDelete
Great images, I really liked the reds. Keep your snow to yourself, we don't need it in Tulsa.ReplyDelete
Snow already? While it certainly makes for great photos, I'd imagine you wouldn't be all that pleased with snow this early! Great shots though.ReplyDelete
ackkkkkk the s word. love the layouts especially the scarecrow picture pricelessReplyDelete
Yea, the plants were looking pretty bummed this morning. The first shot is so great, love the smile looking upwards at the snow!ReplyDelete
It's not nice to get that snow, but it made for some great pictures! I love the scarecrow!ReplyDelete
The poor plants. But the photos are beautiful. And the scarecrow is so cute.
Beautiful photos, but wow, absolutely opposite to my weekend (check my blog and you'll see what I'm talking about).ReplyDelete
The weatherman teased us that we could see snow and I was so excited. Yes, I love the stuff.ReplyDelete
And, I LOVE that scarecrow!
Nice shots Genie!
Your first snow really poured in. The scarecrow seems like enjoying the snow!ReplyDelete
Nice frost on your blooms.
I love the scarecrow too but it is too early for snow. Happy Monday!ReplyDelete
Collage of Roses
Lovely shots. The snow makes them look so magical and surreal.ReplyDelete
Very nice photos! The first one was very very cute!ReplyDelete
poor things. The shock of it all!ReplyDelete
I can't believe you got snow already. Great shots!ReplyDelete
Snow so soon? We are having an extended summer season, too. I love the smiling scarecrow, too.ReplyDelete
Beautiful captures Genie. Sadly (I'm a tad prejudiced !) we don't see snow in South Australia, except on very exceptional occasions - like once in 5 or 10 years. (but I did see it in the UK when I lived there for 2 years).ReplyDelete
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Ewwww. I'm not a snow 'lover' so these all look cold. Too cold. Now...where is a jacket for that poor scarecrow!?!!ReplyDelete
EYE spy!! is my link for today.
Beautiful doll. Oh! Too bad, the flowers have been caught in the snow. The photos are sad but also beautiful.ReplyDelete
O dear! Winter has arrived in Virginia BEFORE Central Ontario! What a strange, strange world. But at least you were quick enough to take some photos of it. lol!ReplyDelete
I'm amazed it didn't snow in Canada. But very happy it didn't! Sorry that your plants had an early demise. But it gives you more reason to look forward to spring. And you got some lovely shots form it!ReplyDelete
A gorgeous series of shots Genie!ReplyDelete
Hope this was just a freak snow! My family in NE got 12"! we did not get any.ReplyDelete
It really does feel strange to get snow so early, doesn't it. So glad we haven't seen any yet.ReplyDelete
Brrr...so sorry that you had the 4-letter word stuff so soon. Your photo's were great though.ReplyDelete
The storm was supposed to drop 4 to 6 inches but it was too far south for that. Only got a half inch or so. Sorry about the flowers; perhaps they'll perk up when the snow melts! Gorgeous photos.ReplyDelete
some one must have left open a whole lot of weather goblins to create havoc.ReplyDelete
RIGHT ! This is not global warming - This is those darn Weather Goblins like Ann said. They run amuck your yard and garden, spreading their tiny white dust (humans call it snow) everywhere. It seems to have spread wide n far this year even the east coast of Canada and the Cape Breton Highlands. Lovely photos as usual and most interesting garden photos.ReplyDelete