We had a predicted snowstorm overnight, leaving us here in upstate New York with six to eight  inches of fresh snow.  Other places in the northeast have had much more that here.  It was still very dreary when I got up, but I gathered my camera for a few photographs before the wind came up to blow the snow off trees, etc.  These are views around my yard for your enjoyment!

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Snow Domes
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Vacant Summer Cottage
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Heavily-laden Branches
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Snow-covered Evergreen Trees

An explanation is due, of course, for the title of this piece:  for some reason, many messages on Facebook today are talking about the storm we’ve just experienced as “Nemo” — and I have no idea why that name for a storm.   Maybe someone has an explanation to share?


4 responses to “Nemo

  1. Snow covered evergreen trees within close photographic proximity of your home, priceless…

    • Thanks for your comment, Lindy Lee; I am so used to seeing these beautiful trees, touching them, photographing them, that I forget sometimes how important they are in my life! And to the world.

  2. I’m sure the birds in you area are thankful for the treats you have out for them.

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