Saturday, December 8, 2007

Morning Snow in Idaho






It snowed here last night..This morning I went out in the garden to take some pictures..Here they are!

10 comments:

Jenn and Jacqui said...

Hi Julie, OMG!!! The snow is beautiful!! Love yur photos, perfect :) The birdhouse and those red berries, beautiful!! Thanks for sharing them with us all, don't think we are crazy but down here in Melbourne Austalia we will never see any images like these :) Jenn and Jacqui

farmerjulie said...

thanks Jenn and jacqui!
isn`t it summer for you?

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Brrrrrrr! Hi Julie...chattering teeth....Your photos are so pretty with such wonderful detail. Tis sunny here in Central California, but we had rain the past few days. Much needed. I have caught up on your posts and have to tell you that I am so impressed with your pots. I love them and how each one is different. This next year I will have to buy myself some.

Have a lovely weekend!

Becky...Doogs, too

Sweet Cottage Dreams said...

Hi Julie! I have some things on eBay right now. I am planning on doing an ETSY shop soon though. Thanks for asking. Oh, my eBay link is on my blog.

Happy Sunday to you and stay warm!

xo
Becky

Cathy ~ Tadpoles and Teacups said...

Beautiful pottery! I enjoyed my visit to your blog~
Cathy

Felicia said...

I love the way nature decorates for Christmas. Beautiful!

Deb said...

Hi Julie
Doing a bit of catch up here - so many lovely photos (and pots) :-} You have been busy!

FarmHouse Style said...

Your snowy pictures are lovely, Julie! The temperature here will be in the upper 70's today.

I so wish it would snow here...maybe soon:)

Rhonda

Dawn-Enigma Artist said...

great photos! even that snowman! ;)

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Beautiful pics... love the red berries and snow one the best. You mentioned you have chickens while posting a comment to another blog. Can you tell me which blog post of yours talks about them? I'm about to embark on my own first chicken-rearing adventure and I *love* reading about other peoples hens and experiences! :-)

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