Posted on November 27, 2010 by joyfuldomesticitySnowfall Twenty inches and counting. We love the snow!
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I love the picture of the snow in your hair!
We’ve had a little snow but nothing has accumulated (yet!).
Melissa, the picture of the snow in your hair is INCREDIBLE! I have never seen a non-professional photo that shows the uniqueness of snowflakes so clearly. Simply beautiful.
wow, that snowflakes picture of your hair is so great! what a beautiful picture! and 20 inches?? we were in South Carolina for Thanksgiving, and it was 75 degrees and sunny. shorts, tshirts, and sunglasses all around. 🙂 enjoy the beautiful snow!
I can’t resist commenting on the clarity of the snowflakes either, I can actually see the individual shapes of them! Beautiful!
We had about 10 inches before Thanksgiving, a lot melted off, and today we have 7 new inches of fresh snow; it is so pretty!
I’m going to join the ranks of snowflake admirers – they’re so beautiful!!!
Snow is a wonderful thing. The picture of Gabriel ‘pulling’ you and Steven is priceless. Maybe it should be your Christmas photo? 🙂
WOW!!! You guys got WAY more than we did! But you being in OR, that would explain it 🙂
I loved the snowflake in your hair picture – beautiful! Such a gorgeous glimpse of God’s amazing creation.
How fun!! We have new snow too; it’s so beautiful, clean and white!
I love the pic of Gabriel “pulling” you and Steven.
And the one of snowflakes in your hair is amazing.
We serve an awesome Creator!
We’re not in OR, Stef; we’re just six hours northeast of you. 🙂
And yes, the snowflakes have been amazing. I think the flake-shapes were so clear because it was so cold. (?) They were just incredible. You could reach down and pick up a handful of snow, and see thousands of those intricate shapes. Each perfect, each beautiful, each incredible. Read “Notes from the Tilt-a-Whirl” by N.D. Wilson for more thoughts on snowflakes.
I loved the one of you guys on the sled, too cute! 🙂
Oh! Haha! I’ve always thought you’re in Oregon! Too funny. So you’re closer to Idaho? That would make sense too 🙂
I think that’s the reason why we don’t often see individual snowflake shapes here; it’s not cold enough when it’s snowing- (it’s usually in the high 20’s, low 30’s during a storm)
what beautiful pictures and snow! and the intricate shapes of the flakes in your hair are stunning…a true reminder of God’s creativity and attention to detail. It’s 60 degrees and rainy here in Virginia…not nearly as nice 🙂
Gorgeous, gorgeous shot of the snowflakes on your hair. Incredible!