Colorado Snow Art

A coating of snow and frost on our oak tree

Nature’s artwork is amazing!

More snow predicted for tonight! We are loving this weather! Enjoy the rest of your weekend! Thanks for stopping by,


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68 thoughts on “Colorado Snow Art”

    1. Not a bit. That was my third attempt at living in the American south. Each time I liked it less and less. Once a northern girl, always a northern girl. LOL! <3

  1. Wow! Beautiful winter pictures and not even December yet. My nephew when little would love these type of ‘snow trees’ and shake them vigorously making it snow all again!

    1. We had fog this morning so thick I could not see across the street. Suddenly… it was gone. I love the changing of the weather in the mountains. You just never know what it will give you next. I bet your nephew had a blast. More snow predicted for tonight! <3

      1. Nowadays my nephew loves skiing in France or such, down the black slopes!! Oh I do love snow just not the hassles it causes the country. Are you becoming used to the cold and snow now? You seem excited and happy about it. πŸ˜ƒ

    1. Awww, Greg. Just when it would wreck so much havoc on your part of the world…??? Weather witch I may be, but I have no control on what it does to others. LOL! πŸ˜€

  2. That’s a magnificent image, and your new site layout is pretty fabulous too! It reminded me of our snow fall last year, which was pretty heavy. When it started to melt, and the snow on the branches of a bush in my garden began to fall off, it formed the shape of a face. I’ll have to try and dig out the image – I have a slight obsession with seeing faces in things!

          1. You too, my friend πŸ˜€ I’m starting to feel the Christmas magic and December is my favourite month…here’s hoping it’s a white one this year! β™‘β™‘β™‘πŸŽ„

          2. Oh that would be fun wouldn’t it? You know I am putting up a Christmas tree this year. Really it is for Hugh, so we can celebrate across the continents. We should do a Christmas Tree post from around the world! <3

  3. From my Northern Ontario life, your photos are so wondrous. Those bulbous clumps of snow. Beautiful! Glad that you found your happy niche.

  4. It looks beautiful. And I am happy for you that you enjoy it so much, Colleen! Snowed here too several times during the past week, but nothing tha lasted yet……….. (thank God… lol)

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    1. You grew up where it is warm. I am sure that is hard on you. We have blue skies and sun today after another inch of snow. It’s cold but beautiful. Have a fabulous day, Olga. πŸ’—πŸ˜Š

    1. Oh, no. We are in a new subdivision. I was worried when we had the blizzard. 60+ mph winds and over a foot of snow. No worries. Whew. Stay warm. πŸ΅πŸ΅πŸ’—

  6. Love the photos. I am ready for snow, but I guess I’ll have to be patient. We are expecting unusually warm temps for the next week.

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