Sunday, 27 December 2009

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.

Last night we had the heaviest snowfall that I can remember - something around 12 inches.  This has been a fairly long cold snap for this part of the world - over a week now with the temperature barely rising above freezing.  There is a stunning, aching beauty about it all, but it has created havoc with travel and normal life for many people, who feel trapped in their homes because of the icy pavements etc.  In a way, the two cordylines summarise these responses.


Talking Bear said...

Wow, I am sure it is as cold as it looks. I love the snow, especially right after it falls, it is so peaceful and the land seems so pure. It has been in the 20 degrees F here in the mornings, but it does warm up a bit during the day. I LOVE the cold weather, with it comes so many great and enjoyable things, cuddles by the fire, bundling up and so on.

nonprofitprophet said...

this global warming is a freezing me too death. Its 22 this morning in Texas with a low of 12 degrees projected for Friday.