Contemplating Snow

It’s gray out there and snowing hard.


When I went to get this action shot of snow falling, a group of wild turkeys took off from under the bird feeders.

Because there is a layer of ice underneath today’s new snow, our lunch time walk saw us sliding around, flapping our arms with about the same enthusiasm, but considerably less grace than the turkeys.

Winter has only just begun and already, I need encouragement to keep on shoveling. I look for support from Paul, Therese, Agathe, and F.J.





Feeling much better now. Ready to shovel.

Thank you Paul Neyron Rose, Therese Bugnet Rose, Agathe Incarnata Rose, and F.J. Grootendorst Rose.

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