Friday, February 10, 2017

Snow Much For All That Snow...

You would have to live in New Jersey to understand the hype.
- Snow was forecasted for Thursday - 
All day Wednesday on the television, it was all anyone talked about.
Red banners and beeping across the bottom of the screen no matter what channel you were on.
It was going to snow and it was going to snow big, up to 10 inches was predicted.
Flights were cancelled, 
schools were closed,  road crews worked all day preparing the roads, 
 all before one flake fell.
Here it is Thursday night, all is said and done and we got about 2 inches,
I am unimpressed!

I didn't go anywhere and I was slightly uninspired to take pictures.


Can you see my little Titmouse hiding in the evergreen?





 


The sun came out around 3 p.m., yet in some areas, the sky was still dark.
We had a snow day - but only by the skinny!

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26 comments:

  1. Hello, Debbie. For just 2 inches it does look pretty. Cute shot of the Titmouse. I do not miss the snow but my hubby does. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  2. Que maravilha e beleza de fotografias, estão espectaculares.
    Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.
    Andarilhar || Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa || Livros-Autografados

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  3. Perhaps another time? Beautiful photos and I especially love the little Titmouse pic :D)

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  4. So pretty!

    Ha ha...they do that here with snow predictions too.

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  5. Love that little bird, all your photos are so pretty even coming from my world of lots of snow. Although ours is disappearing quickly too! We're in a bit of a heat wave for a few days too, in the 40's!

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  6. You got just enough snow for some beautiful captures and I love the one of the bird in the snow. I know where your storm went...it came here to Long Island. We are buried under about a foot of snow and schools have been closed for two days. I will try to get outside with a camera a little later on, but right now I cannot get out the back door! Thanks for sharing your pretty pictures!

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  7. I'm glad y'all didn't get it any worse than that. My friend in Connecticut was slammed very hard. Your pictures, as always, Debbie are so very beautiful.
    xoxo

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  8. That next to last picture should be framed!!

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  9. a couple inches is the best kind of snow. Especially if it melts the next day. (Said the Floridian)

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  10. Well, that he puts a bird and it is not buried :)

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  11. Glad you weren't snowed in! It is pretty.

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  12. Schöne Bilder vom Schnee.

    Noke

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  13. Well you had more snow than us!
    We had a few snowflakes fall yesterday and a few more today, but nothing settled. The grand-kids were disappointed, they wanted to build snowmen!

    Loved your pictures, and that titmouse is sweet.

    Happy Weekend - keep warm

    All the best Jan

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  14. Sorry you didn't get a great big dump of snow!. We had 4-6" just in some passing flurries. On top of the foot or 18" on the ground.

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  15. It does look pretty! Love the little bird. We had a big wind-storm forecast in October that shut everything down and it never amounted to anything. Seems Mother-nature is always unpredictable. xx K

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  16. You did get just enough snow for pretty pictures. I find it strange that schools would beclouded,even before the snow comes.Around here we wait to see how bad it will get and IF there will be a need to close schools.

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  17. We have had that a couple times here, they predicted a lot more than we actually got, I am thankful though.
    Great snow pictures, Greg was looking forward to getting some snow shots this year but no luck really. love the pic of the bird in the snowy tree!

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  18. I just can't take those forecasts seriously any more. Whether it's an end of world snow storm or an end of world tornado--they always seem to be off. BUT I was wondering how much snow New Jersey got because daughter lives there. North of you, Milford, so maybe they got more?

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  19. Perhaps unimpressive totals, but it makes for beautiful photos, nonetheless! Love the Titmouse!

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  20. I'm glad we don't have any here. Our roads shut down

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  21. I love the little titmouse in the snowy branches! (I think we may have gotten all your snow)

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  22. It's so pretty -- almost makes me wish I could spend a real winter day or two (but only almost ;>). For me that would be a LOT of snow (even if we were still spending the winters in Oregon).

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  23. What a beautiful view! I love it!

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  24. Oh, that little Titmouse in the tree is so adorable. I must say that our weathermen here seldom get it right. It has actually been a little strange. You did get some fantaastic photos and I loved them. Hugs~

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