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Too Soon For Snow

comments (1) January 27th, 2009 in gallery
TWest TWest, member
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We woke up one morning to find a surprise snow fall. Since the trees still had most of their leaves - several branches had broken off through out our neighbourhood. Click the image to enlarge.

We woke up one morning to find a surprise snow fall. Since the trees still had most of their leaves - several branches had broken off through out our neighbourhood.


The heavy snow fall made the branches of this tree drop down to a point wher ethis picture was taken at eye level. Once the snow and ice melted - this branch was over 6 ft above my head.



posted in: The Gallery, Fall, , snow, leaves

Comments (1)

GreenHands writes: Snow Snow on the maple in our ground
Sun is sinking down down and down
Hot Coco and coffee inside
Why not go for another sled ride
Posted: 10:14 pm on January 27th
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