Monday, March 2, 2009

Snow Angels, ETC



After a weekend of stormy weather, God smiled on Selma and vicinity with a brief treat to snow!

Amounts varied from a dusting in Old Live Oak Cemetery, where this angel points to the Creator, to two inches at my house and perhaps a little more further north.

In the picture at left, cardinals come out to enjoy the feast at their feeder, and below, fluffy snowflakes combine to form "cotton bolls" on the shrubbery.

(Photographs by Christine Weerts,
Elaine Stewart and Janet Gresham)


Be sure and check out the Selma Snow Slideshow at the top of the sidebar or visit the photos at my album.

13 comments:

Kathleen said...

Oh I just love the birdhouse shot!!

Halcyon said...

You got a lot more of the white stuff than we did! The red cardinal in the snow looks so beautiful.

Tanya said...

A real snow angel! Beautiful pictures!

Lois said...

I love the one of the birdhouse! You could put that on a Christmas card.

marley said...

Lovely snowy photos.

gogouci said...

Very nice photo series. Especially like the snowy angel.

Hilda said...

Love the cardinals in the birdhouse with the little red door! Perfect!

The Texican said...

A cousin of mine sent me pictures of their little snow near Starkville, MS. Brrrrr. There is always a pre-Easter cold snap in the South. Pappy

dot said...

It looks like you got more than we did. It barely covered the ground here.
Beautiful pictures!

Virginia said...

SELMA...SNOW???? Well I'll be! What wonderful photos. PUt these in the history books.
V

Joan Perry; Sidewalk Curator said...

Wow! Those are beautiful!

Steffe said...

That birdhouse photo is a good one!

PJ said...

I love seeing the birds in the snow. We didn't get any, not even close. '~(