lens-artists photo challenge: what a treat

The quiet that follows a snowstorm.

looking delicious
the snow falling softly
softly
~Issa (cited: haikuguy.com)

Yesterday’s snowstorm blanketed the sphere of my world with 17.7 inches of snow…today feels calming, relaxing, and tranquil.

What a treat from Mother Nature.

Time to slow down…What a treat!

Travel and Trifles invites us to share “What a Treat”

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    1. Good morning Helen. I’ve found that Eastern Wyoming and Eastern Colorado have the best snow storms in October and November and during March and April. Less snowfall in mid winter. This is our second snow this year east of the Rocky Mountains. What makes these especially wonderful is the warmer temperatures of autumn and spring melts the snow and ice … sometimes during the winter months we will have periods of time where it feels like spring. Yet, today I read that Korea will have colder temperatures this winter due to the melting of ice in the region of the North Pole. πŸ™‚πŸ™‚πŸ™‚

    1. Thank you for taking the time to visit…your site speaks of joy that seems to be fading within the US. I think it would be nice to find the entrance to Narnia.

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