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NONNIE'S PHOTO A DAY, Day 22: Frosty Landscape


frosty scenery
invites us to welcome snow
and all its splendor

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Comments

J C said…
Gosh, snow again already. Seems like just yesterday it melted and spring came.
gma said…
Frosty, peaceful and it looks chilly. Enjoy!
Anne Jeffries said…
The beauty of snowy vistas always makes my heart fill e ith joy.
I suspect that there are many people on the East Coast today who are not welcoming the snow, no matter how much splendor it brings to the city streets!
rebecca said…
dearest nonnie,
i think of you often and always with a heart full of love and appreciation. thank you for your place in my heart and your appearance here each friday. much love, rebecca
Lea said…
A beautiful scene in white, and splendid flakes in your haiku Nonnie! Thank you!
foxysue said…
Yes snow is special...x
payal agarwal said…
Beautiful landscape, and lovely haiku.

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