Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Wordless Wednesday: Snowy Winter




















47 comments:

  1. I guess those pictures really don't need words, do they?

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  2. thick snow....frozen.
    take care.
    greeting- evi erlinda

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  3. Beautiful photos, Nadezda. I think I could tolerate the cold to see such beauty.
    Happy snowy days.

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    1. The cold isn't too much, Betty. It's -4 C today, sure you could tolerate it.

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  4. Надежда,как красиво!Яблочки? ,ягоды в снегу...У меня остались яблоки на ветках,,очень высоко.Думаю так и висят.И снегу тоже много,для дачи это хорошо.

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    1. Да, Надежда, много снега - хорошо для растений, тем более что и морозов ниже -6 С не было. Яблоки остались, думала птички поклюют, но теперь они замерзли.

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    1. That day was sunny Endah and photos found out nice enough.

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  6. Beautiful photos, Nadezda! You have a lot of snow. We have about 30 cm with snow here. Winter is a beautiful time in the year, but I long for spring.
    Hugs!

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    1. So do I, Marit. Winter is cold and dark time.

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  7. I'm almost envious on your snow photos, such a beautiful winter wonderland. As you saw already on my blog winter is still far from here. No snow until today, but it can change very quick. The problem is that bulbs are already sprouting and some flowers appear everywhere. Then often winter arrives late and we get frost and nature will be thrown back.

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    1. I loved your hellebore, Janneke. Here, in North we have to wait long time to see them. Hope your sprouted bulbs are OK if snow falls.

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  8. Vaya si tenéis nieve Nadezda. Está precioso. Por Béjar este año de momento no quiere nevar. Sí tenemos muchas heladas y frío.
    Buen miércoles .
    Besos.

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    1. Cado invierno es distinto, Laura y aqui tambien. Mucha nieve es mejor para las plantas que no tenerla
      en tiempo del frio. Ten cuidada con las heladas.

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  9. Your snowy landscape is beautiful! We haven't had any snow this year and may not get any as it's been relatively mild here.

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    1. I like mild winters, Peter, there are new blooms in your garden, this gladdens.

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  10. Hello Nadezda! Wonderful pictures!
    That’s a lot of snow! In many places in Greece you can see same images with a lot of snow!
    We had snow last Tuesday but it wasn’t like that,it melted in the morning!
    Have a lovely week ahead!
    Dimi...

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    1. Dimi, I've watched on TV the Greece landscapes in snow. Unusual!
      Take care in cold time!

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  11. Зимний пейзаж восхищает, такая красота! Надежда, ваши фото чудесные, в каждом из них чувствуется зимняя атмосфера, дарящая нам уникальные сюжеты, которых не встретишь летом. С наступившим новым годом!

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    1. Спасибо, Алла и рада что вам нравится наша северная зима. Правда таких солнечных дней не так уже много.

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  12. Oh what wonderful, magical views! Indeed these photos don't need words. :)
    Enjoy the beauty!
    Thank you for your lovely comment today! Have a happy rest of the week!

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    1. Thank you Sara, glad you liked my pictures.

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  13. Oh Nadezda-your snowy winter landscape is so beautiful! We haven't had any snow yet, but there is some in the forecast maybe for Sunday. Thank you for your kind words on my Bloom Day post and thank you for inquiring about my book. It is on Amazon. Here is the link for it: https://www.amazon.com/dp/1729411436/ref=sr_1_12?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1543942595&sr=1-12&keywords=dream%2C+garden%2C+grow

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    1. I saw the forecast for this week lee and it shows 'light snow'. So maybe your garden covers with white blanket as well.

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  14. It is beautiful for you too, white. A lovely walk and to this with a blue sky and with sunshine on it. Greetings.

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    1. Thank you Giga, your wintry walk is lovely too.

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  15. Se ven hermosas. Muchos besos.

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  16. I love these snow scenes. This is how winter should look. I am sure your garden is enjoying the blanket of snow it is tucked into.

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    1. I do hope my plants are well under the thick snowy blanket, Lisa.
      Hugs!

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  17. Oh, Nadezda what lovely photographs, that looks a lot of snow, but it does look very pretty.

    All the best Jan

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  18. Hello dear Nadezda!
    Beautiful winter photos.
    I am delighted with them. I love the sun and the blue sky.

    Hugs and greetings from sad, weeping Poland.
    Lucja

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    1. Lucja, this winter is not very sunny as well, mostly cloudy. When spring come we'll see blue sky and sun more often.

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  19. Beautiful pictures. You've got lots of snow!

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    1. Yes, it is Jason. I've seen on TV there is snow in your place as well.

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  20. yes, you are right, we should wear warm cloth.

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    1. I do wear, Evi. Today is very cold day -10 C (14 F), with wind.

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  21. Oh my, snow!!!!! I love seeing snow in photos. Never get to see it in real life because I live in the near-tropics.

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    1. Linda, there is a lot of snow this winter and when it's frosty the snow turns out the blanket for plants.
      Hugs!

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  22. Snow makes for pretty photos which is where I hope it will stay.

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  23. So much snow .... what beautiful scenery.
    Wonderful photos, I especially liked the 2nd it is spectacular.
    Warm hugs.
    Maria
    Divagar Sobre Tudo um Pouco

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  24. You took very romantic snow pictures! I think winter is easier to accept with a blanket of snow! In my area, north part of Bavaria, were so far not that much snow.
    Wish you still a happy new year, Nadezda!

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