Virginia is not really known for receiving a lot of snow. So most of us that grew up here delight when the meteoroligist mentions the word. Snow has come to us for the last few weeks. Some of us dislike it and some of us love it. I happen to be a member of the latter group. How about you?
I love how the snow quiets the world around me. The hush that comes when it's snowing feels peaceful.
My garden doesn't look particularly great this time of year, but when it's snow covered it looks better.
The snow covers up a myriad of things including all the leaves that have not been raked yet!
Grayden and I decided to "fly" away to one of our favorite places again. If you read my last post we went to Colonial Williamsburg after not having visited for a couple of years. So we took a little trip south there for a few more days. And guess what? It snowed there twice while we were there!
Bundled up with our winter gear, we still were able to take our daily walks.
My favorite Compton Oak looking lovely as usual with its snow skirt all around its base.
This American Sycamore tree looks lovely against the azure sky! There is a great variety of trees that are easy to see their form in winter.
It's always a pleasure to visit Colonial Williamsburg. Each season reveals more beauty. Thank you for visiting with us on this snowy afternoon. Stay warm and cozy wherever you are!