Friday, November 9, 2007

Snow, Snow, Snow



Snow starting to fall while coming over the ONR overpass. (Trail on the left side of photo is part of the Kinsmen Bike Path) --- don't worry I wasn't driving & taking pictures at the same time (I had the pleasure of being a passenger and could enjoy the snow falling).



Snow falling by the Hwy 11 & Hwy 17 interchange.



Wonderful winter is trying to arrive....sadly a lot of the snow that fell did not it make thru to the next day. Oh well, Environment Canada says we might be in store for some more snow flurries over the weekend!!! Yippee!

15 comments:

FĂ©nix (Bostonscapes DP) said...

Good thing you like snow! :D

Do you always get snow this early in the season?

The first photo is beautiful.

Joy said...

It's snowing where you are??? Wow, winter came early. I'm not looking forward to snow over here in Norwich.

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bluechic said...

oh no...not yet...i hope whatever is up there stays up there and doesn't come swooping down on us just yet...

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

YIPPEE????
OK yippee than... well, best is to see the funny part of snow, and not 'how to drive by car, or bike' IOS (my dog remeber)would LOVE the snow, she is a swiss mountai dog and as you ight know, "swiss' is very snowy, so wht are you gonna do these days? Don't fall on you ass like me hahahah!:)

BTW;) I leave for a week to paris for my birthday ,and our 20th anniversary, I left a slideshow from my last nature-works, Leaving-leaves, please take a look,

Miss you JoAnn :)

And enjoy the weekend and next week!!:)

luke156 said...

oh no! I don't like the snow around here, it never snows enough for school to be out. so usually it just makes the trip harder.
Nice shots today, have a nice weekend!

Annie said...

I imagine you were singing with happiness as the snow began to fall.

You asked me on my blog today, "Did you use a zoom lens to get this photo, or is there a parallel bridge upon which you stood to take your photo?" The answer is "Both". I was standing on a railroad trestle that runs parallel to the walking bridge when I took that shot.

Rambling Round said...

Oh, snow! Wonderful! I had to chuckle when you said it didn't make through the next day. Even our "big" snows don't make it til the next day. If they do, then it's a blizzard!

Lynette said...

I love to watch snow falling, day or night. Not that I've seen in a lot since I've lived most of my life in places where it doesn't snow. Maybe that's why it fascinates me so. Thanks!

Gwen said...

Appreciated the way you arranged the photos in order from beginning flurries to heavier snowfall.

Mike said...

We love snow in the UK but we don't get any!?

BTW Have a look here for Hornblower

Rambling Round said...

Thanks for visiting Selma, Ala. If this snow stuck at all to the roads, it would have caused bigtime problems here. Schools would have closed, because buses would not have been able to maneuver the slick spots. Snow is so rare here that nobody really learns how to drive in it, and of course, we don't have chains.

Zhu said...

Already ??? Wow...

We had 80% chance of snow last week but we had barely a couple of flurries... nothing, really. There's frost outside though.

I like the first snow, even though I fear the winter... It's always magic for me.

Curly said...

I think these are the first snow pictures that I've seen this year.

Mary Stebbins Taitt said...

We saw snow in the air but none on the ground.

Cool shots!

Neva said...

wow, I don't read you for a few days(I was soooo busy and had no time to catch by blogs!) and it goes and snows....wow....looks pretty...we will get our fair share sooner or later.