Monday, March 10, 2008

Weekend Snapshot

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It snowed here on Friday. Enlarged you can see the sky is full of snowflakes.
Pretty amazing here, in March!


Snow on the azalia bushes.


12 comments:

SandyCarlson said...

March is full of surprises, eh Sharon? Yeesh. Makes for wonderful pictures, though!

eastcoastlife said...

Oh my! Still snowing!? I thought Spring should be here.

For someone who lives in the Tropics, snow is a rare sight and I wish for some. haha....

napaboaniya said...

Like ECL, living in Singapore.
We wouldn't mind some snow!!! :)
Seeing and experiencing snow would mean buying air tickets to somewhere :(

Yen said...

Oh my..snowing at March! Brrr..I'm so glad that snow was over last month here:) But sending you spring vibes! :D

Carver said...

Those are lovely shots of the March snow. This has been a weird spring with Texas getting snow twice in March (at least where a friend lives and told me about it). I hope the snow will protect your azaleas and not damage them. My experience with azaleas is that they are ok as long as they aren't too close to opening. They usually don't bloom here until late April or May.

quintarantino said...

Indeed March is a month with many surprises.
And the snowflakes looked amazing.

Gina said...

Big flakes too!!

Lilli & Nevada said...

I am so done with snow i hope, yesterday it was 60 degrees here in Bend Or. and now they are saying we should have snow by evening, altho it is way too warm here right now.

Emmyrose said...

Beautiful photo. We don't have snow here in Manila and it's almost summer but it's still cold. Global warming is taking its toll :)

poor man's nicole richie said...

brrr....i thought spring is peeking already.
Morning Sniffles

jennyr said...

you should see my WS and you'll see how much snow we got here too!hehehe!

Heart of Rachel said...

Sorry for my late visit. I could clearly see those large falling snowflakes.

Amazing how different our weather can be. It's now the start of summer here.