Wordless Wednesday – Allow your photo(s) to tell the story
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4 thoughts on “Winter Wonderland #WordlessWednesday #Photography”
It looks lovely, Esmé, but I’m not sure you may say that having to live with so much snow. You could be in for a white Christmas. If you’ve any spare snow, send it my way, please.
Hi Hugh. We had a 20cm dump on Nov 30th and today, almost everything melted away so it’s not a problem at all. The day after the snow was a bit hectic driving-wise, but only on the backroads as the highway and main roads were cleaned up. We may, fingers crossed have a white Christmas, it will be awesome! We have only had two to three of those in the past 25 years of being here in Canada.
I hope you get a white Christmas this year, Esmé. Take care while out on those snowy, icy roads.
We can but hope and wish, and cross our fingers and toes as well for a white Christmas. Thanks, should it snow we will remain indoors but no snow in the forecast at the moment.