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The view from my window just now.
It was C H A O S in the city, but so peaceful and snowbound back here
Whoah, that looks so soft and quiet and blanketing I can practically hear the silence. Great shots, esp. in black and white.
I like snow when it’s virginal like this. Then, it’s gotta GO. Wow, Neil, hope your commuting isn’t too too crazy.
It was a hassle getting back – slushy, thrashing winds and vile, but once we did it was magical
Beautiful, but keep it over there! (LOL)
Thankfully I think it is just for one day in this area – we were totally BLANKETED out of the blue!
I am living in snow country for the first time in my live… The beauty and the silence stun me and leave me breathless. My scent of the day. L’Heure Bleue. Cheers.
L’Heure Bleue – the perfect choice.
I also love the quieting, distancing effect of snow ; like a placating mind cushion
It is magical when the snow is fresh and the trees sag under the heavy pillows.
Gosh! In Germany it‘s 13 C i.e. just far, far too warm for January! Then last week there was a horrible storm so that all train connections (all!) were cancelled in the whole country.
And in Cape Town there is no water left — how strange it all is, man made too —
All of what you see melted away the following Morgen
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