Sunday, December 21, 2008

Oh My, What a Storm We are Having..






























Here are a few pictures at 3:30 pm..This is going to go on through the night and end in the morning..The one picture with the wreaths, doesn't show the snow coming down..I finally found the right setting..Then I went to the front of the house, nearly fell couple of times..The things I will do for my blog..Will continue this tomorrow, IF we have electric/cable..

Till next time, keep looking up...

20 comments:

Rosihue said...

WOW! These are AWESOME!!! I love the 3D look with the snowflakes!

MonikaRose said...

Hello, awsome pics, wish I was there, I have never experienced snow like that. Thank you for sharing.

Happy Christmas and New Year.

I gave you an award today...
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MonikaRose

sherry said...

What beautiful shots. We generally have snow by now, but I'm afraid it's just ging to be a wet Christmas!

Elayne said...

Your pictures are awesome. I haven't been in the snow in many years at least 30, I can see it from the mountains though. We will be having rainy weather all week. I am in Southern California

Jenn said...

Great photos! The falling snow blobs are really cool on film. We just shoveled out my Mom who is sick & in bed the past couple days and finally saw the clouds begin to break while we were there. There is light at the end of the tunnel girl, just hold on a few more hours. And to answer your comment over at my place, I am too old for this too. We should all just move to SoCal & get it over with lol. Stay warm & be safe!

LittleSun said...

I finally read my blog "stems" thats sooo cute shes a mess LOL
new terminology I love that kid what a revelutionary
remind me how old she is.
Happy Christmas.

High Desert Diva said...

Love the snow pics, and the two wreaths on the double doors is fab!

Olga said...

Love the snow!!! My parents are in Seattle and sent me pictures of their house covered in snow...alas no snow in DC.

Beth said...

Oh my! Beautiful shots! Hunker down and enjoy. I hope your electric and such hold out.

Sarah McBride said...

WOW! That is some snow fall.
I almost feel bad telling you it will be 70 degrees here on Christmas day.
I do kind of miss snow sometimes.

manamoon said...

Oh my!! These photos are magical and you're just amazing with a camera! I can't believe how much snow you got. Thank you so much for sharing!!

Chris Stone said...

those are fantastic pictures... would make great holiday cards!

stay warm!

Octavine Illustration said...

lovely pics. also crazy storm here as well. in fact, i have never seen so much snow before in an urban setting! crazy weather. enjoy it and stay warm!~

Sandra Ree said...

Rosie, stunning, absolutely gorgeous pics...do you know our forecast for Christmas Day is going to be in the 70's? Oh how I'd love to trade places with you. :)

Wanted to wish you a very Merry, Merry Christmas...

Much love,
Bubs xoxo

M.Kate said...

OMG!! snow storm..these are fantastic pictures..maybe not fantastic to be there, but certainly lovely to see. I imagine its so cold there brrrrr....

Here's wishing you and your family a Merry, Joyful and Blessed christmas.

Much love, M

littlebird said...

just wanted to wish you a happy and peaceful Christmas and a prosperous New Year
love jen x

Richie's 2ts Inspires said...

Oh! really cold overthere.

Love to have snow in behalf of my Christmas tree standing outside my open porch but not too long, though!

Have a wonderful Christmas...

P.S.
Good to hear that your happy the gifts!

Hugs lots!

Gallery Juana said...

Thank you for showing us the snowfall. I am glad you didn't hurt yourself trying to get the pics.

I like how I can actually see the snow falling!

Wishing you a Merry Christmas!

Music Luva Mutha said...

Oh wow!! That is like Christmas card material...........Awesome...xo

Hey Harriet said...

Wow! I must say that I've never experienced a storm anything like that! You captured the snow so well. Amazing pics!