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OH Chookies we would have had a good day to do this as it warmed to the 30's with very little wind... You and I could have had a ball together ... I figured at the distance that snow drift has to be at least 6 foot deep.. Great to see you gal stay in out of the heat..
I don't know where I'd rather be - playing in this snow drift or having to go out in 102 degree heat!! Thinking about it, I'd rather be throwing snowballs and making snow angels and tobogganing and..........just feeling COOL!!!! LOL
Thank you Barb ... ♥Thank you Jan can't blame you ..♥Thanks Jan can't blame you either ..♥Thanks Katie ... Just talked to the kid of mine he said you folks got quite a bit of snow today.. ♥Yea winter has finally come to the Netherlands, thanks Sis ..♥
Sis it started to snow. And it's snowing hard:-))
Beautiful. It really looks better as our grey grey and grey. This afternoon and in the early evening we had glazed frost. So there are some slippery places out here.
That's a big snow drift! Glad the snow has stopped falling since I need to get to the pharmacy this afternoon. The neighborhood streets haven't been plowed yet and I'm hoping the bigger city streets have been cleared.
It is gorgeous, Pat. But, I stick with my fog... :)
this is pretty, but still glad I am in Florida.
Good picture, Pat :)
Thanks Beekay ... We have already had a snow storm go thru ... The sun is trying to come out...Thank you Lorna ... Me too.. ☺Thanks Hanne .. I didn't go out yesterday other than walk to the mailbox or step out on the back deck to take pictures and fill the bird feeders. But these drifts do get on the roads and our township plow goes by every so often to keep them in check.
But it's in the field - not on the road which it would have been here!!! Thanks so very much Pat!!
Nice unusual photo Pat! Glad you were at home looking out at it though.
Just a little windy? Good morning. It's cold but sunny and blue skies ☺
Thanks Ardy ... I had to put the 50X200 lens on the camera and zoom to 200 for this one. Was surprised it came out this good as it is quite a distance from my house.
What an unusual experience, Pat. Glad you had your camera with you. It must have been fascinating to watch. Thanks for sharing.
Jim ... This is along the fence line of the soybean field. I figured it was about 5 to 6 feet deep.
Neat photo, Pat!