Skywatch Friday


Here's a last look at the remnants of Jackson's annual snow storm. There's a bit of blue sky peeking through which melted it all away very quickly.


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10 comments:

Olivier said...

voila quand on a une cheminée, le plus dur c'est qu'il faut aller dans le froid couper et ramener du bois....belle photo du ciel du vendredi

cieldequimper said...

Ici il neige toujours et j'aimerais bien avoir de quoi brûler ces belles bûches ! Un peu de ciel bleu aussi serait sympa !

Jim K said...

It looks like winter and cold. Put some of those logs to work.

B SQUARED said...

Still seems strange to see snow in your area.

Manang Kim said...

Love those logs...we are using woodstove ^_^...we don't have that much snow too but can't predict we can't have more I'm here in MI -wink- and it is not officially winter yet ^_^


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Halcyon said...

Olivier: My husband cut this tree down with a chainsaw, so not too much hard work chopping it by hand!

Jim: It's been a bit warmer lately, but very wet!

The funny thing is, we don't even have a fireplace! We just cut this tree down in our yard b/c it was not looking so good. The firewood is available to anyone who wants it!!

lizziviggi said...

Not a scene I expected to see in Mississippi! We got a little more snow than that, but not much-- and ours is gone now, too.

Per Stromsjo said...

-14C at the moment so there's no melting going on here.

Jacob said...

I wouldn't think you'd get any snow, but I guess you are farther north than we are...

This I like - very well composed. And it doesn't even look cold. More like a very nice day!

Vogon Poet said...

You are right, it looks very good and even better with a sprinkle of snow! Your husband did a very neat job.