Winter Scenes ~ Snowy Landscapes

A little creek bed draining into a small lake near my home.

A little creek bed that drains into a small lake near my home

I took many photos on our snow days this past week.  Thought I would share some landscapes today, then feature others later.

Same creek ~ vertical angle which shows the reflections better

Same creek ~ vertical angle, which shows the reflections better

Some of you live in areas that get tons of snow, but this is about as much as we get here in Mississippi!

A pond at a park in town

A pond at a local park

I might add Scripture to one or more of these later.  If I do, which one of these do you like the best?

This one was a little underexposed, but is probably my favorite of the landscapes

This one was a little underexposed, but is probably my favorite of the landscapes

“He directs the snow to fall on the earth
and tells the rain to pour down.”
Job 37:6
NLT

Sue Nash/2014

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26 thoughts on “Winter Scenes ~ Snowy Landscapes

  1. poetrycottage

    Hi Sue, thank you for sharing these beautiful photos with us … I’d love that amount of snow, any snow in our backyard would be precious … number 3 please … with that little birdhouse safely held high, like how our Saviour holds us in His everlasting arms far above all harmful circumstances … shelters us from the ‘coldness’ of life xxx

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  2. Heidi Viars

    LOVE the last picture!!!! There is something so precious about snow in unexpected places 🙂 Thanks so much for sharing these wonderful shots (I just happened to love snow …even if we have it on the ground for close to 5 months a year)

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    1. heavenlyraindrops Post author

      Thanks Heidi. I know you guys have been socked with the cold this year, because we have been talking with my stepdaughter and family from Wisconsin. I lived in Colorado 11 years. Never got tired of seeing the snow, but did grow weary of the cold and driving in blizzards!

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      1. Heidi Viars

        The driving is a little tricky… but for most part people are used to it and take it easy … It warmed up today to 30 … but will plummet again over the weekend 😦

  3. Seasonsgirl

    I just found your blog… very nice 🙂 I like photo #3. The depth in the photo is great 🙂 Where I live we get quite a bit of snow, which has its advantages and disadvantages 😉 Enjoy your snow it does make for good photos 🙂

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