Thursday, February 12, 2015

Good Snowy Fences…

Yesterday was a truly beautiful day here in snowy Massachusetts.  I had an appointment early in the morning for a massage (Lucky me!) and afterwards, I just had to drive around for a while to admire the beautiful mounds of snow against the perfect blue sky.  I managed to pick up a few shots of fences on my rounds so I am going to link on up to The Run*A*Round  Ranch’s Good Fences.

The snow just keeps on coming and it's getting harder and harder to figure out where to put it.  It has been snowing off and on today, but it won’t amount to much.  However, they are threatening us with another foot this weekend.  If Worcester doesn’t win The Golden Snowglobe Award this year, it will be a miracle.  But, we are currently ahead of Buffalo by only six inches.  It may be a close one.  I am a person who likes the winter, but this has gotten to be a bit ridiculous.



They look cold, don't they?


21 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

love the white-on-white fence! poor cattle can't find a thing to scrounge on! yeah, if you're gonna get snow, might as well go for the title. ;)

Ida said...

Again I can't believe how much snow everyone has received back east. It's unbelievable. That white snow and fence look great combined with the lovely red barn. Yes those cows do look cold.

Debbie said...

So bright and beautiful, the snow makes these images perfect!!

Brian King said...

Beautiful snowy landscapes! What snow we've had doesn't stick around long.

Mike @ A Bit About Britain said...

Wonderful shots. You are certainly getting more than you fair share of the white stuff over there. Nice that you seem to have a little competition going about which place gets it worse?!

ladyfi said...

Amazing and gorgeous shots.

eileeninmd said...

Wow, that is a lot of snow.. I love the shot of the cattle..Great fence shots! Have a happy day.

Margaret Adamson said...

WOW! Lovely fence shots.

Knipsa Passtscho said...

Pretty snow pictures :)
My favourite is the last one :))
Have a fine day
【ツ】Knipsa

Sandra said...

I love the white on white of the fence and snow and even the fence is white on white.. so beautiful.. and the pop of the red barn is perfect...

The Furry Gnome said...

Glad to know someone's getting the same sort of winter we are!

Pat said...

Beautiful snowy shots. Those cattle are up to their bellies in the white stuff.

Rose said...

Those poor cattle do look cold...I always wonder just how much the cold bothers the animals. I know last year here, I saw birds shiver. and I don't think it was my imagination, yet I did not know if they really shiver or not.

Love the pictures...that is one thing snow is good for!

Karen S. said...

Beautiful photos, these are the moments winter is often called, winter-wonderland!

Barb said...

Those steers are to their bellies! The bits of red in some of the photos really pops against all that white.

Felicia said...

love the snowy fence. the poor cows look like they are up to their bellies.

hang in there, spring is a comin

Nicki said...

I was much relieved when Allyson told me that they were clearing some of the snow off the roof of her dorm -I am concerned how damaging and dangerous this much snow is on your area. That said, the white fence against all that snow is gorgeous.

EG CameraGirl said...

I think many fences are at their best in the snow. Nicely photographed!

Deanna said...

Yes, you have been bombarded with the white stuff. Beautiful captures when you could get out. Stay safe and warm!!

Pamela Gordon said...

Even though you have a lot of snow the sun and blue skies sure make it look beautiful! I love the photos and the fences. The white board fence is wonderful as it is a bit 'up and down' with the ground. Love the cows huddled in the cold too. We're getting a nasty nor'easter today with a ton of snow. It's nice that we're half way through February though isn't it. :)

Juliana said...

Я в захваті від останнього фото!
Чудова робота!)))

xoxo, Juliana | PJ’ Happies :)