I just love this big old pine tree next to the driveway — oh, wait, what driveway??
Another side view of no driveway. See that snow blob on the left? That’s some sort of evergreen tree that usually stands about 12-14 feet high. Today it’s hung over with the weight of the world. You can see the small picture below taken almost two years ago. Not to worry, though, hubby went out and knocked the snow off and it’s beginning to straighten up again.
When I was taking the picture of this tree in the back (I call it a snowball tree), one of the birds must have landed on one of the branches because all of a sudden there was an “avalanche” of snow!
We’re keeping these little guys fed as best we can.
Gas logs for heat when the power goes out.
Well, this isn’t exactly how I had planned on spending the weekend! We can’t get out and no one can get in. Even the post office and deliveries wouldn’t come up the driveway. Of course, it makes it harder when you can’t even tell there is a driveway under there somewhere. Hopefully, most of this will be gone by Monday! Here’s another great reason why food and water storage are so important!
• Post a B & W photo for 7 days.
• 7 black and white photos of your life.
• No people.
• No explanation.
• Challenge someone new each day.
I would like to invite anyone who is interested in participating to do so. I would like to specifically invite Joanne of Coffee Fuels my Photography with the understanding that there is no obligation to participate!
Nancy Merrill Photography challenges on her Photo a Week Challenge: A PHOTO OR TWO (OR THREE OR…) OF THINGS THAT MEAN FALL TO YOU.
Oh, dear. I knew it was too good to be true. Can you see it? Look close! It’s right in my front yard. It’s coming and I’m not ready. It’s coming and there’s nothing I can do about it! I really find it hard to believe that we’re already ending summer and beginning autumn. Living here in the Blue Ridge Mountains, I am anxiously waiting to see what our fall foliage will look like come the middle of October. Hopefully, I’ll be posting autumn leaves again in a prettier format!
See the red leaves among the green? The leaves are already starting to turn. Fall followed by cold weather can’t be long away. I might have mentioned on previous occasions that I’m not a fan of the cold. But one good thing — I do love the fall colors and we’re right in the heart of it come October!