Lens-Artists #107: Winter

This July “Seasons” will be the theme for the entire month with a different season featured each week.  “Winter” is the last challenge of the series..

In coastal Georgia, a day below freezing is rare and we only get snow or ice every few years. Still, we enjoy sitting by the fireplace when the temperature drops outside.

Quiet moment at the end of a hectic day
Staying warm by the fireplace

Occasionally there are snow flurries but the snow usually melts as soon as it hits the warm ground. The last time the snow stuck and accumulated a few inches was in 2018. Our neighborhood was like a winter wonderland for a few days.

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Icy morning
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Snow and ice in January
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Ice covered salt marsh
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Snow covered walkway over the marsh

Ann-Christine, thank you for this weeks Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – Winter

23 thoughts on “Lens-Artists #107: Winter

    1. I enjoy watching the snow come down and the way it looks when it accumulates. Luckily it usually melts pretty quickly and no shoveling is needed. I wouldn’t enjoy it if it was a common occurrence in our winters!

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  1. Isn’t it funny how the very few winter days we get are so very special Beth. Lord knows we don’t want more of them but the few we get are wonderful indeed. Loved your icy berries this week.

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