First snow

We had our first snow yesterday. Only and inch or so, but enough to cover the ground. I had to get groceries, and found some lovely tulips at Whole Foods. They were surprisingly cheap and looked like candy canes before they opened.

The background is snow on our azalea bushes. The “falling snow” is courtesy of WordPress. I’ll just use it occasionally, as it might look kind of strange on my other photos. Hmmm, wonder if it’s on all the other posts right now? No matter–it’s only available until Jan. 4.

I am really starting to enjoy indoor photography, much to my surprise. Good thing, because it’s been in the 20’s all week.

Great weekend, everyone!

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14 Responses to First snow

  1. PutuEka says:

    love this photo, with smooth light

  2. Caroline says:

    Blushing tulips… Real beauties. I love tulips with darker tips…
    I have a feeling by looking at them I can smell the way it smells in a flower shop, this fresh green scent…

  3. Lovely image – it looks fresh and clean, nice lighting.

  4. mindymilburn says:

    That is just flat out GORGEOUS!

  5. 36x37 says:

    Don’t you just love the Whole Foods flower section? Come to think of it, don’t you just love Whole Foods everything?

    What a gorgeous shot. The pink of the tulips is perfect.

  6. A. Jarrett says:

    Oh, how I love these tulips! So gorgeous, the pale pink is beautiful.

    And yes, I know what you mean about the cold and enjoying indoor photography now-a-days!

  7. Oooo…Tulips. I love that you said they looked like candy canes, too.

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