March 19, 2016

A Little More Winter


We've had a couple weeks of spring-like weather but winter came back today. Snow fell all day but fortunately the ground was warm so accumulation was under an inch. A tree that just blossomed yesterday was frosted with snow. Little Squirrel visited one of the few feeders that I'm still keeping filled.

I still have pictures of geese taken earlier this winter, so here are three of them that I hope you enjoy.






18 comments:

  1. lovely geese..and I like the last photo especially!

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  2. The squirrel is so cute. We've had colder weather again here too.

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  3. A lovely set of photos. I like the last one, it looks like the bird is wondering why the other one is walking away :)

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  4. Hello, we had some snow yesterday too. I love the cute squirrel and the geese. Great shots. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post.
    Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead!

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  5. We had some hail yesterday. But spring is officially today!

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  6. Sweet! Love the winter geese! And, that squirrel is adorable. Thanks for participating at I'd rather b birdin' this weekend.

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  7. We got the snow, but it will melt fast today when it hears Spring has arrived.

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  8. Love the geese strutting along

    Mollyxxx

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  9. Oh, it's sad to see those pretty tree blossoms frosted with snow, but hopefully it won't stick around long. We are getting snow here right now. Great shots of the geese.

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  10. I think the blossoms are very confused with our weather :) Great photos!

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  11. great shots,March always holds a bit of winter in the month,looking forward to April!phyllis

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  12. se qu ils sont beaux tous,il doit pas faire chaud ;o)

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  13. Lovely shots especially of the Squirrel. Have a great week ahead.

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  14. Snow is so pretty for photos, at least!

    We didn't get it in suburban Va.-D.C.
    ~

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  15. That first goose shot's my favourite.

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  16. I love the white goose! The icy branches are beautiful though I suspect it killed some lovely buds!

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