Sunday, December 16, 2007

Green Thumb Sunday - Snow Covered Pines


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This is how my Balsam Fir Pine trees looked yesterday morning after 10 inches of snow fell the night before.

We are getting a major snowstorm tomorrow, so I fear the poor things will be completely drooped after we get the predicted 12 inches.

One of these was going to be our Christmas tree this year but it looks as if we will have to come up with another idea.








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31 comments:

  1. Hi Kathy,
    I would love to get that much snow,only after Monday though as I'm off for a few days then.

    Cheers Mark

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  2. WoW, too cool Kathy, 12 inches ouch.

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  3. That's beautiful! One day I'd like to experience a white Christmas. Hope you find a tree

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  4. Very pretty, we are still waiting for snow, they said on the news this morning we may get some today. Going for a drive today towards the mountains.

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  5. Hi Mark - Wish I could send it your way!

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  6. Boo - you must get your share where your live. I can tell it's going to be a long winter!

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  7. Jenty - If it comes down to it, we have an artificial one that we will probably put up.

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  8. Lilli & Nevada - Hope you find your snow - drive carefully!

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  9. Oh i like that tree that has a snow. I always see that there in Wyoming...

    Mine is here...http://mommygen.blogspot.com/2007/12/green-thumb-sunday-flowers_16.html

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  10. I love the look of snow... just not the cold that goes with it!! We very rarely get that much though!
    I love how the trees stand out against the white of both the snow and the sky!

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  11. I'm not going to whine about getting 5" yesterday, anymore! 12"....Yikes!

    I love your photos. And I guess we gotta love the snow, if for nothing else than the great photos we get because of it!

    Ginni, in frigid Illinois

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  12. kml,

    Great snowy pine photo!!! My kids have gotten as much snow as you have. They are grown and live downstate.

    Keep warm!

    Hugs, JJ

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  13. WOW...this snow is so pretty on your firs! I can only imagine growing something like this down here...what a dream come true.

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  14. They look beautiful, Kathy, covered with that fluffy white stuff. But as you've said, you can't drag one inside now!

    Have fun finding a tree and have a wonderful holiday!

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  15. nice photo.
    It´s cold. Here read in the newspaper the cold of the USA.
    Year and year too.
    Take the scarf.
    Bye

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  16. Glad you caught the picture before the droop. Hope you're keeping warm and staying inside with 12" of snow. That sounds nasty.

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  17. Genny - thanks for visiting!

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  18. Thanks, Angie - I not too fond of the cold either.

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  19. Ginni - keep warm! Thanks for visiting!

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  20. JJ - The snow is awfully pretty, but I wish it would go as fast as it came!

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  21. Julie - I would love to share it with you - unfortunately Mother Nature has other ideas!

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  22. Thanks, Lynda - we would never get all that snow off - what a mess it would be!

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  23. Thanks for visiting, Jou. We will stay warm!

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  24. AVCR8TEUR - the wind is whipping, but inside is warm! Will deal with the clean-up later today!

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  25. Nice capture :)

    Never thought I would say this, but I miss snow!! Been raining for weeks now.. can't find anything to photograph.

    -Thomas of Photos from Northern Norway

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  26. Looks like you finally found the freezing evidence to disprove Global Warming!

    16-inches of snow here and another deep arctic freeze of 10 degrees and a wind chill of Zero degrees....

    Thankfully, the Pellet stove is working over-time!

    After solving OpenID issues with Blogger, my old Blogger account needs to be used to post a comment at Blogger Blogs and add my signature link to my WordPress Blog to let you know where my comment came from!

    Debbie

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  27. We havent had 20 inches in 50 years down here..LOL...Send us some!! Very beautiful.

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  28. Hi Kathy - That looks like an awful lot of snow -- the cold, wet, heavy kind. Do stay warm!

    Bobbie @ The Right Blue

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  29. I love snow pictures. Beautiful one.

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  30. Kathy, next time I start scrolling from down up, lol, so more snow, but these are great shots anyway, and I enjoyed them very much. Thanks, Anna :)

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