Monday, January 15, 2007

Winter Wonderland







Today. Nice.

13 comments:

B.E. Earl said...

January 15th in New York and we still haven't had a bit of ice or snow this winter.

Knock on wood!

Kat said...

It's coming earl...don't you worry...it's coming cause it always does.

All that beautiful ice knocked out my power today. I think I heard it say "how d'ya like me now?"

Joe he Troll said...

You finally got some, eh? Glad you're enjoying it.


New York will coast along until early April, then get seven feet. Just you watch.

Moxy Ness said...

I am so happy to see someone else is excited about the snow.... you are right?!?
Love the pics
And, I really like your new profile pic... very artsey

elizabeth said...

Yeah - it knocked my power out too! And got school cancelled! Not a bad deal at all.

Don't worry boys - it will come.

Moxy - I was going to paint myself totally blue but then I thought...nah. ;-)

Yoga Korunta said...

Ohio weather seems more as April!

Carrie in BC said...

Vancouver has tons of snow & it is -8. Then tomorrow we get freezing rain (fun), then the next day it will be 10 above. Gotta love global warming.(the bitch of it is you never know what to wear in the morning.

Cheezy said...

Nice pix. It's still unseasonably warm in London by the way. Despite the fact that I usually fall on my arse in it - at least once every winter - I'm still hoping for at least a couple of days of snow sometime soon!

Slyde said...

yes, what with 70 degree weather here, its nice to see some beautifull snow SOMEWHERE...

Green Fish said...

Very cool pic. It's gonna be a rough bike ride to work today.

Stef said...

Nice pics... Not sure if I'm jealous or not. Snow and stuff is nice when you don't have to do anything like commute in it. If you can just arse about and enjoy it then it's fab but other than that...

Steven Novak said...

Great pics!

I especially like the last one.

Steve~

O' Tim said...

Where I live, if ice knocks out power lines it could be days before they're back up. NOT n'ice.

BUT, I love when the stuff thaws from the trees and crackles/pops and drips down so hard you think it's raining.

green fish - no studded tires?