My World Tuesday: A Walk in the Connecticut Snow

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The heavy snows finally came on Friday afternoon. We went for a walk shortly after it began; shortly after it began, it was pretty deep!

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  1. It looks lovely you are very lucky!

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  2. Beautiful photo's!!
    Thanks for sharing
    Happy Holidays to you and your family!!

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  3. Those look lovely and peaceful - merry Christmas.

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  4. Sandy: Neat captures from your snowy woods.

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  5. Lovely white world you have, very peaceful too.

    Blessed holiday season to you and yours.

    My entry is over at http://ewok1993.wordpress.com

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  6. Thats certainly welly weather.

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  7. Anonymous4:46 PM

    I love walking in these kind of woods following my emerging desires, seeing and feeling what presents Nature has gifted me. I am happy that you too are enjoying Nature and the new season that has arrived.

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  8. I enjoyed your wonderful photography and your beautiful writing again today, Sandy!
    I love Melissa Etheridge, I bought one of her CD's years ago, and I still love it. Maybe I should keep my eyes open for her new one!

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  9. We have more snow here than you do. I can't even get to work.Stay safe and warm and have a wonderful holiday.

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  10. So many of our bloggers have had snow and we are still waiting! A white Christmas is not promised. Your photos are lovely. Have a great holiday!

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  11. This first one provides me inspiration!

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  12. Anonymous5:27 PM

    Funny - your snow looks just like ours. :)

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  13. Beautiful photos, is always fun to walk in the snow, we get very little here (SW England)

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  14. Still no snow here, just rain. Sigh! The walking away shot reminds me of Christopher Robin and from Winnie the Pooh, just cute.

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  15. lovely shots sandy...we don't have snow but it is cold and windy here in central virginia.
    happy holidays.

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  16. It sounds like the entire snow fall occurred in one fell swoop! Ouch!

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  17. That looks like pretty moist sticky snow. Nice shots.

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  18. how fun if you have the right clothing and attitude. looks like a great activity in the outdoors-getting some fresh air. beautiful photos.

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  19. What a beautiful series of photos. I love the yellow jacket against the whites and grays. Awesome! JP/deb

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  20. No snow here and yours looks so beautiful, Merry Christmas.

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  21. Looks extremely cold :P
    Merry Christmas to your family and you Sandy!! :P

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  22. Brrrrrr! That second photo seems to make a statement. Hope you are ready for Christmas. :) Pappy

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  23. I bet that was SO much fun! I truly love the snow! I just wish it would warm up a little.

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  24. So pretty - looks like we could be in each other's backyards with all the snow. LOL

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  25. These are just wonderful Sandy, thanks for sharing. Big hugs, G

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  26. lovely but brrrrrrrr! looks very cold but hey! i'd like to try what you did:) walk in the snow. my world is here.. http://maritestravels.blogspot.com/2008/12/my-world5-mana-house-jp-laurel-ave.html

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  27. Sandy, it's so nice to walk in the snow, isn't it?
    These are very attractive photographs.

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  28. Nice scenery on your part of the world. Looked like a very cold winter for you. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you.

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  29. That's beautiful. I do envy you... the best we got was mist. Not quite as beautiful and'from another world (but a little bit less cold and messy!)

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  30. There's a lot of snow there. Beautiful - to look at, at least.

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  31. that is so magical, if I may put it that way - to experience the seasons and now the cold and the beauty of the sights of Winter!

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  32. Thanks for blogging about the snow. We won't have a white Christmas in northern Virginia. Just bitter cold!!!!!! Brrrrrr! Merry Christmas!

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  33. Anonymous9:20 AM

    More snow pics! Can't get enough of them. I'm enjoying your winter wonderland. Thanks for sharing.

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  34. Such wonderful depth and compositions to these pics. The first one captures the true look of winter. The last one is an amazing display of nature and its strength, to see the little fungi holding that snow, is astounding. Thank you for sharing Sandy.

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  35. Sandy,
    These are wonderful photos, providing us a here images of a true white Christmas!
    Thanks for sharing!

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  36. I am glad you got snow too! Looks like we both got out wish. We have had 6 days of some snow but Sunday was the most -- even church was cancelled. ENJOY! (I am!!!!!)

    Left a comment on post below also.

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  37. Beautiful - but it looks cold!

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  38. Mushroom snow was so funny!

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  39. That first shot could almost do double duty as a Monochrome Monday entry! It's amazing how a layer of snow changes everything isn't it? Nice work!

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  40. Anonymous2:03 PM

    how sweet - the child running in the snow...
    Wishing you an Merry Christmas and safe holidays!

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  41. Lovely pictures. Full of seasonal fun.

    Seasons greetings to you and best wishes for the New Year.

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  42. Beautiful! I love a newly fallen snow...as long as I don't have to drive in it!

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