I’m late. I’m late. For a very important date…
We had a five-inch snow last eve. It was of the fat flake, dry cold variety, which was just about as perfect as you can get for a tree-trimming party.
And even though the streets were a bit iffy — and what I mean by a bit iffy is just this side of Whoa, Nelly! — for driving, we headed into The Big TO (Toronto) to attend a service of Lessons & Carols at a downtown church.
I have a love for being in the city in the snow. It’s the snow against the architecture.
I have a love for being in the country in the snow, too. Snow as Mama Nature intended. Snow in the wild.
I took a lot of shots from the car.
No. No. I wasn’t driving and clicking. I don’t drive and click.
Mr. G, honey was driving, and I was sitting all twisty like a pretzel taking iPhone shots as fast as I could clickety-click.
This isn’t one of them.
This is from the frontscape, deep in Burbville.
December Fools’ Day.
Heh. I’m just messing with you.
Brought to you by Sunday.
5 thoughts on “Single Shot Sunday: After the snow…”
“Frontscape”? “December Fool’s Day”?
🙂 Thank you, Daniel.
I am loving that Mae West quote ‘ too much of a good thing can be wonderful..’ Made me laugh.
I’m glad you liked the Mae West quote. It is one of my faves! Thanks for visiting and taking the time to comment. Cheers!
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