Definitely! Or perhaps what the Loch Ness Monster would look like if got hit by a sudden blizzard.I hope you're staying warm and having a great tail end of January, Ally.♥ Jessica
Ah...the ever elusive snow goose. On any other given year I'd have a flock of those in my backyard. I'm not unhappy they haven't made it here this year.Hope you are staying warm and safe!bisousSuzanne
Nice photos, Ally. Just read your last post. Glad you're stocked with food and get a needed break. Stay cozy.
Love them both.The lighting in both is superb though opposite.Sending warm vibes!Xo Jazzy Jack
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Love the icicle! xxox
The snow is crazy in your area, i hope you are keeping warm. :) I lover the goose
Brrr, I am shivering ! Please wear your scarf and mittens :-) KissesFashion and Cookies - fashion & beauty blog
Amazing pictures. I can't imagine what it would be like to live in a location where it snows.
Gorgeous pictures! I've been thinking of you out there! We get big storms here every so many years too, but it's been awhile. Just light snow for us!
Beautiful pictures Ally! I have only seen icicles like that in Germany.Please stay warm!!!
The icicle looks really cool. I hope you are staying warm.
You ever had snow goose soup? Hee hee. It's starting to get into the 60s here. This weather is absolutely bizarre!
Love the icicle photo - that's stunning!Are you sure it's a snow goose...? Looks like Nessie to me (loch ness monster) or maybe a dragon covered in snow!http://petitesilvervixen.blogspot.co.uk/
My brother has been shovelling snow for days.... I can only imagine.I could have sworn that second one was a snow dinosaur ... AND the icicle picture is really good!
Beuatiful! Very artistic, and so much better than my shots taken my by ever ready camera phone! Love the snow Goose! I am currently listening to a book about a child made of created of snow, very enchanting!xx, Ellehttp://www.theellediaries.com/
Beautiful!! I love the snow goose :)
I love icicles. They are so pretty. And intriguing. Great capture :)