Thursday, February 05, 2009

Seasonal pictures (part II)

Those weren't "snow" pictures...but these definitely are!

This was the scene at 6:45 a.m....hmmm I think we might have a snow day!



This was the scene up and down my street later...




This was my DD2 being hit with a snowball...she wasn't too impressed!!



And this is my arty shot for the day!



I'd like to say that I had a sewing snow day...but with a 6 year old looking for constant amusement it wasn't to happen!


Until next time...

12 comments:

rachel griffith said...

oh how fun.
love the one of your daughter getting hit with the snowball.
priceless.

p.s. i like how you centered your signature.
{but you probably already knew that...all of my post are centered...lol.}

Susan said...

You have a great eye for the camera--your pictures are so interesting. My DH was talking to an associate in Worcestershire this morning who said his guys probably wouldn't get to the job site. Is this out of the normal?

sewkalico said...

Lucky you! We've not had any more snow since Monday ;-(

YankeeQuilter said...

It is better to sew while it is raining than while it is snowing...

loulee said...

Sometimes I'm glad that stretch of water separates my island from you guys. We're good and cold, but not much snow to speak of.

Potpourri said...

Looks like a fun time was had by all. I'll bet you thought of former Montreal winters when you were outside?

Gretchen said...

I love your snow photos! Looks like so much fun!!! A little wintery magic in your neighborhood.

Kitty said...

Hi Jane - thanks for dropping by my blog and leaving a comment. I've had a lovely time looking at the stunning photos you take as well as admiring your quilting.

I'll definitely be back. Take care :-)

happy zombie said...

What dreamy photos, Jane! YOu take beautiful snow photos. Mine always turn out blue or gray. Or maybe UK snow is just prettier then US snow!

Wenche said...

This reminds me of Ovington Grove in Newcastle :) Ilived there for one year and loved it :)
What wonders a little snow can do...

Leanne said...

It looks so beautiful.

Katherine said...

Beautiful photos, Jane. So glad you share them!