Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Winter Fences

Well our big snow did finally happen. We received about 14 inches here at my house. Some places not to far away received more.  We were right on a fine line.  Now the wind is blowing and its very cold. 

I managed to trek about today to find a few images.

 winter landscape

 one lane road here



the cold and wind didn't stop this Amish lady from doing her laundry



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37 comments:

Rose said...

Oh, Felicia...more beautiful snow scenes! I do not envy the Amish having to hang their clothes out in weather such as this.

Nancy Chan said...

Lovely snowy landscapes. Everything looks so white and freezing cold!

Tom said...

...gorgeous Felicia, we have been living in a snow globe these past two days. I'm going to try to venture out tomorrow.

Mildred said...

As always, your photos are wonderful. Amazing to see clothes on the line in such frigid weather!

Gosia k said...

Lovely winter fences love from Europe

Marco Luijken said...

Hello Felicia,
Wonderful wintershots.
Great to see these landscapes in the snow.
Today in the Netherlands it will be 16 degrees

Best regards,
Marco

Sandra said...

these photos are just gorgeous. my favorite today is the clothes on the line and the green shed. i love that photo.. that is a lot of snow.

eileeninmd said...

Hello Felicia, gorgeous winter scenes and photos. Have a happy day!

Author R. Mac Wheeler said...

You are soooo dedicated, and we appreciate it. :)

The Furry Gnome said...

Boy, that first farm is quite the setup!

Debby Ray said...

I wonder how long the Amish woman has to hang those frozen clothes by the fireplace to thaw out? And then they smell like smoke :) I love all of these lovely shots!

Wayne said...

Yes, winter finally arrived, with a vengeance. There's something magical about snowdrifts on a country road.

carol l mckenna said...

Beautiful Wintry shots and neat fences ~ worth the 'trudging' ~ thanks,

Wishing you a Happy Day ~ ^_^

ps. we got much less snow than predicted ~ gratefully ~

Lady Fi said...

Gorgeous winter shots.

Cloudia said...

SO Lovely

Denise inVA said...

You live in a beautiful area Felicity and the snow makes it even more so. I am also impressed that the lady does not let the snow stop her wash day. Those cloths must be as stiff as boards. I remember bringing in my mother's sheets from the line when I was young in wintertime. Always made me laugh in wonderment.

Primitive Stars said...

The snow scenes are amazing even though I'm so tired of winter.Blessings Francine.

messymimi said...

Pretty fences in winter scenes, at least from indoors with a cup of cocoa in hand!

NatureFootstep said...

you were brave going out to get shots. But I understand, it is beautiful. But a little late I think.

Brian King said...

Wow! Gorgeous!

Christine said...

Well done for venturing out as that's a lot of snow and the roads look slippery! The photos you took are well worth it though! Beautiful red barns pop out in the snow.
Keep safe!

Carol Mattingly said...

So beautiful to see that white landscape. Carol

Bill said...

Beautiful. I could spot your work anytime-- distinctive and beautiful.

Ruth Hiebert said...

The red barns really show up in the white snow. That road reminds me of some that we have had this winter.

SpicingUpIdaho said...

My, that is a lot of snow to get all at one time! Of course the picture that caught my eye the most was the one where I saw a path to the house, with no driveway plowed, and then you mentioned the wash being hung out - oh my, such work to do on such a blustery day! Thank you for capturing these lovely images for us. Our winter is on its last gasp here... cold winds still blow, but the snow is melting, mud is everywhere, and fields have become mild rivers. Such is our early spring! :)

Bob Bushell said...

Beautiful images Felicia.

Jeevan said...

Excellent photos and views on the snowy landscape and capped house and barns... the white snow and red barns create pretty images!

Linda W. said...

Nice snowy scenes!

Revrunner said...

Cool header--REALLY cool! :-)

Beatrice Euphemie said...

Such beautiful scenes, Felicia. Like scenes from another time. Thank you for your kind condolences for our little pup. x Karen

Paul said...

Beautiful winter scenes, picture number three is just begging to be on the front of a Christmas Card!
Nice to see that "Good Fences" is still alive though still looking for a home?

jeannettestgermain said...

Wow, a big snow this late? Your second view is a postcard! Your images are so perfect, you should think of selling prints! Thanks for visiting me! Hope the snow is not bringing too much hassle! Have a great week ahead!

magiceye said...

Loved the last photograph the best!!

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Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I love that you revel in what I would call terrible weather. Great shots. I especially loved the laundry hanging out. My mom would hang her laundry out also in the depth of winter when we lived in the White Mountains of Arizona. Nobody had clothes dryers way back when.

Helma said...

Great beautiful pictures.
I can here then really continue to look a long time.
Wonderful to see the large amount of white snow.

Greetings, Helma

NatureFootstep said...

still lots of snow? Not good even if photos are great :)