Sunday dawned bright, with that crystal clear blue sky that often follows a storm. The temperature hovered around 20, but the sun made it seem much warmer.
My Weber Grill, forgotten and uncovered, became a work of art. Or so it seemed to me.
It’s been fun sharing a few photos at a time, and I very much appreciate you stopping by to take a look. To see other images from the Blizzard of 2016, please visit #Jonas, Snowbound Bike Chick, The Lull, or Keep The Feeder Full.
Great shots Laurie and the Weber grill is definitely a work of art 🙂
Too fun, right? Wonder if it will still work …
Two good ones
Yes! It’s one of the best things about fresh snow
Wasn’t it all spectacular! I’m so glad you got to enjoy some great snow days – and I also hope your Weber will defrost and be usable come summer time 🙂 xo
I’m wondering about that grill …
How are you, Pauline? I need to catch up with you!
Should we skype some time when you have a little time? 🙂
Thanks for stringing these out! it’s been nice to see the new ones each day. I do love the light and shadow in the tree picture!
Although I do not miss the snow shoveling…I really enjoyed your posts! Have a great weekend, Johanna
Thank you, Johanna. I’m hoping to get over to your place later today!
Your photos are so cool…
Thank you, Heather. I appreciate that comment!
These are wonderful! I like that Weber snow sculpture. I have really enjoyed this week of snow, Laurie. However, I must confess, that although I like to look at it, being an ex California girl I have a hard time dealing with it if it is up to a foot and lasts longer than a couple of days.
OK, you asked us to share our snow and I am late to the party getting mine posted, but here it is, my one and only. 😉 https://pixilatedtoo.wordpress.com/2016/01/30/footprints/
Oh, YAY! I’m on my way over now!
Weber volcano 🙂
Indeed! It’s very much like the crater of a volcano
The light in that last shot is gorgeous….I do love it when snow glitters✨💕✨
Me, too! The sparkles and glitters were so bright this morning … but I was too cozy to get out there and shoot.
Nice! I wouldn’t mind seeing the second photo lightened up a bit, but that’s just because I’m annoyingly picky. 🙂
Thanks for the suggestion.
I like them a lot, LB…lovely winter images.
These really give a sense of the sparkling heaps of snow. The light is fabulous in both of them, and I love the dark mood of the second one. It feels like you’re in a shadowed forest, or it’s early morning or evening, and makes it mysterious to contemplate the Weber volcano crater in this secret place.
I have enjoyed your whole series. It was a lovely idea to schedule them as you did. Of course, I am LATE to the party and I got to soak them all up in one delicious morning in February, ha ha. 🙂