Thursday, February 5, 2009

Winter wonderland

The Snow Queen visited us again last night ...







With her icy breath and swarm of white bees, she tranformed the garden into a magical place for snowmen to be born....



and cats to go adventuring.....

14 comments:

  1. Suffering the same weather in Herefordshire, fortunately we got a day off today but the tractor from the farm has 'kindly' cleared our track now, aaagh

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  2. Love your Ginger one in the snow world :-)

    It's all wet amd slushy here today - what will tomorrow bring?

    Celia
    x

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  3. Aww thats lovely! There's no sign we ever had any snow here now ::)

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  4. Lovely photos! Enjoy the snow, ours has melted.

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  5. That is one gorgeous scarf that snowman is sporting!x

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  6. Magic indeed, beautiful pictures. Love Renee

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  7. sigh, we had snow for 1 day only, not even enough for a baby snowman . . . beautiful photos

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  8. What a treat. What a wonderland! I adore your snowman's green scarf as well as his pensive smile.

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  9. Hi Karen, just wanted to thank you for adding me to your 'more doorways' list. Cheers!

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  10. Dear Karen. I've found your blog via 'cocoa and blankets' and I am so glad I did find it! I love your art work - it is so appealing. I will be visiting again soon. Happy Days to you, Denise.

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  11. Looks very magikal~ Nothing like watching a cat in the snow. It makes me giggle just thinking about it.

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  12. I love the way it snows on your blog! I must confess I am longing for spring and an end to this cold spell. We have had grey skies and cold, cold winds and muddy walks, nothing as enchanting as your weather pictures.

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  13. I love reading your comments, so Thankyou for leaving them :)

    The snow has melted away now, apart from a few places in the shade and on the hills in the distance.
    Now its muddy and wet everywhere. The river burst its banks and turned into a lake.
    I'm glad we live on a hill.

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