Friday, February 12, 2010

Snowing in Carolina!

I took these photos earlier today!

12 comments:

John Powers said...

Someone analyzed Facebook data and grouped the country into sections--the Northeast is "Stayathomia." Of course you're in Dixie. Here in Stayathomia we got dumped on with snow and it's hugely inconvenient. I'm charmed to see the excitement about snow in Dixie. It really is pretty and a day or so taking it a bit slow is nice. Oh but I'm tired of too much snow!

Joan Perry; Sidewalk Curator said...

How beautiful! Isn't a rare treat?!

YogaforCynics said...

I read that today there was snow in 49 states...(with Hawaii, in case you didn't guess, as the holdout)...

Joan Kelly said...

so beautiful. I hope it snows when I'm in NYC week after next...

Ruth Moss said...

Ooh, pretty!

I must admit though, after December, I've had enough snow to at least last me the next few years! :-)

white rabbit said...

Snow looks nice for a little while then it half melts, gets compacted, ices over, gets dirty and is generally slippy and dangerous. We had bad snows in the first couple of weeks of the year.

Hated it.

yours grumpily ;)

Marion said...

The weather is amazing, isn't it, Daisy! Enjoy the Snow! Your photos are really pretty...

sheila said...

Pretty pics! If I knew you got so excited over this white stuff I'd of sent you a plane ticket to come shovel at my house for a week.

:)

Rachel said...

I'm glad you got some of the early snows. I did not take any till this morning and it was so bright I could not see on the screen just what I was taking, and the snow was starting to melt.

JoJo said...

NEATO DAISY!!!! That's so cool!!!! I heard SC was getting a dusting. It'd be great if the rest of the country could send the snow up to Vancouver for the Olympics....

Doc Anchovy said...

There's snow in Hawai'i too. Go climb up Mauna Kea and throw snow balls at each other sometime. It's there all year.

cura emorroidi said...

Incredible, all around the world it is snowing where it normally don't. In my country Sweden we call a winter like this "a real wolf winter". :)