Thursday, January 29, 2009

Backyard Bird Series: #3 (First Snow: Are Words Really Necessary?)

Even though it's February, and most bloggers have already shown their snowy wonderlands, we have just had our first powdery white blanket of snow on January 27th, 2009. I would like to share with you photos that I took in my yard on that first snow day. Are words really necessary?
From First Snow(2) Jan2009


From First Snow(2) Jan2009


From First Snow(1) Jan2009


From First Snow(2) Jan2009


From First Snow(2) Jan2009


From First Snow(1) Jan2009


From First Snow(2) Jan2009


From First Snow(1) Jan2009


From First Snow(1) Jan2009


From First Snow(1) Jan2009


From First Snow(1) Jan2009


From First Snow(2) Jan2009


From First Snow(2) Jan2009


From First Snow(2) Jan2009


From First Snow(1) Jan2009


From First Snow(1) Jan2009


From First Snow(2) Jan2009


From First Snow(2) Jan2009


From First Snow(2) Jan2009


From First Snow(2) Jan2009


From First Snow(2) Jan2009


From First Snow(1) Jan2009


From First Snow(2) Jan2009


From First Snow(1) Jan2009


From First Snow(1) Jan2009
I'm glad you visited and I hope you enjoyed your photo tour! I had hoped to share this for Nancy's (Soliloquy) First Snowfall project, but she has taken it down by now. We do get snowfalls a bit later than many other northern regions so hopefully next year it will remain up a little longer!
--Today I am thankful for the first winter snow, filling me with excitement and wonder.

67 comments:

  1. Incredible!
    I had to say it, even though no words were necessary!

    Karrita

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  2. Yes! It's white and beautiful :)
    Will there be a snowman?

    Hilde

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  3. happy thursday jan
    those are terrific shots of the birds, the snow, the ice...wow.
    like each and ever one of them. the zoom shot of the cardinal is super.

    i so need to get my feeders filled and do some serious bird watching ^..^

    we are still snowless in greater roanoke. today it was in the 50s. unreal weather.

    take care

    erin

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  4. Even a "non snow" person like me can appreciate the beauty of your photos Jan. These are gorgeous. Enjoy it while it lasts.

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  5. All beautiful shots - especially that bright red cardinal. I love the music that plays on your blog. It takes me to another world temporarily...

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  6. You're right, no words necessary! The pictures + the music are beautiful. Glad your son got to have some snow!

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  7. Wow, what gorgeous photos of all the birds visiting your garden, my favourite has to be the striking red male cardinal in the tree.

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  8. Wow, Jan, I'm looking for the words to say that you have a real talent and eye for the pictures, an eye for how to fill your viewfinder, or something. Every shot you take is awesome! At least each one you put here is! I hope you put some in frames. Thanks for sharing them here with us!

    Thanks for visiting my SkyWatch!

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  9. Jan -- I just love all of your bird photos! Aren't the Cardinals just gorgeous against the white snow?

    Please drop me a message a Blotanical or from my "Drop me a note" link on my blog -- I must know about your camera equipment. Your photos are great!

    Cameron

    PS Northern VA? Does this mean that my son, digging up in Ashland, got snowed on?

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  10. Jan, Each picture is so well done. The compostition is great.
    Janet

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  11. These shots are incredible. I think it made a snowy day look about the prettiest I've ever seen. We haven't had a snow yet. We had a few flakes but I'm used to living with a few flakes so I didn't get excited.

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  12. Jan, a picture is worth a thousand words, and these speak volumes! Even though we are covered in snow here and I'm already so tired of seeing it, your pictures made me appreciate how beautiful everything is with a covering of snow.

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  13. I just love the way snow gives the garden a completely different look altogether. Wonderful photos, thanks for sharing your first snow of 2009!

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  14. Jan, You are just an incredible photographer! Beautiful pictures. The cardinal...next year's Christmas card maybe? You've got a gift, girl.

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  15. STUNNING!!! STUNNING!!!
    I have a challange for you on my blog.
    Linda

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  16. I can´t belive that anyone can take so gorgeus photos of birds like you do.
    The red bird was fantastic.

    And a little snow is good for your garden :o)

    Thanks for the visit

    Have a nice day

    Gunilla

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  17. Gorgeous!!!! The difference between your snow and mine is of course, your's will be gone in a few days, mine will be gone in a few months, hopefully:)

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  18. How lucky you are to have those bluebirds at your feeder! They are beautiful against the snowy day.

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  19. Beautiful pictures! The cardinal pictures could easily be greeting card photos. I like the stone border wall picture all covered in snow. Very scenic!

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  20. Snow is beautiful, no doubt about it. It least when it's fresh =).
    You have such lovely birds in pretty colours "over there". Here in Sweden almost all birds are grey and brown, so they are hard to spot in the grey and brown muddy weather....

    Wonderful pictures!
    Have a nice weekend.
    /Helen

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  21. The birds don't seem to be fazed one little bit by the snow! I love the cardinal image. Lovely, very lovely.

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  22. Gorgeous photos!! You have an amazing variety of birds there.

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  23. Jan,
    I enjoyed your wonderful pictures so much. I imagined how cold you must have been, snow crunching beneath your feet and the cold chilling your face as you listened to the silence that a blanket of snow provides. I know because I have done the same and somehow just being out with nature warms the heart enough to make up for all the rest.

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  24. So beautiful! I love how the birdseed is swirled in the feeder, very artistic. I gasped at the close up of the female cardinal, breathtaking, literally!
    Frances

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  25. Debbie Garden Thyme with the Creative Gardener1/30/09, 12:13 PM

    Wonderful pictures!
    Debbie
    Garden Thyme with the Creative Gardener

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  26. Your delight is catchy, making me smile, Jan. Prize winning photos ... truly a 'Winter Wonderland'!

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  27. These are fabulous -- especially those cardinals! My cousin Bonnie sent me -- I'm glad she did!

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  28. Really lovely photos and post Jan...the birds are incredible and the snow scenes are enchanting.

    Gail

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  29. It is hard to believe that New Orleans got snow before you did. Even though it was late January before it snowed, it still made for some beautiful scenery.

    Jan
    Always Growing

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  30. What lovely photos! I must say....my Bjays are much plumper than yours, finches and BJays are our only winter resident, mine bully the little ones.

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  31. Jan, These photos are just beautiful! Just when I thought I had a favorite photo, there was another one that topped the previous one. The first snow is always lovely; I'm not quite so entranced by it now after we've had nearly two months of it:)

    I left a reply to your comment on my blog about Twilight. To sum up briefly, I see nothing wrong with the book for a 12-year-old, though I wouldn't think a boy would enjoy the romance:) In many ways Edward the vampire's behavior is promoting abstinence, though I don't know that a pre-teen would catch that. If you have any doubts, you might want to read the book yourself first.

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  32. I just happened onto your blog & I absolutely love it. Love the name, love the writings & love the stunning photos. Hope you don't mind me stopping by from time to time.
    Debbie

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  33. OH, Oh, I love the picture with the birdbath and fence.Oh, and the one with the wooden steps or tiers.Oh, and the one with the bench. Oh, and the one with the shrubs.Oh, and the one with the shepherds hook and little girl.Oh, and the tug of war. :) I wondered where the Robins went.What great shots.
    Lona

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  34. It's lovely Jan, and I especially like the icicles! Funny, because I posted my own icicles today. Are you in hardiness zone 7? Is it normal to have your fist snow so late in the season?

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  35. Your photos show how beautiful and magical snow can lake things look. I like the way the snow outlines the short rock wall around the garden. A little white dusting always shows the conifers at their best too. It looks like there is lots of life in your backyard.

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  36. Almost made me miss snow... thanks so much!

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  37. The first snow is always magical isn't it? Your pictures show that magic. Just lovely.

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  38. LOVE your photos, Jan. I simply looked and looked. Amazing! A Hawkish Tale was a delight!

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  39. Absolutely beautiful! It looked like a peaceful snow. I loved all of the birds, they looked quite content in your yard.

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  40. Yes, I did enjoy my tour. Finally snow instead of predominately brown! Very nice series, Jan!

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  41. Well, the following words ARE necessary: thanks for sharing such lovely photos!

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  42. Lovely, lovely photos - I love the bird shots. Your birds are so colourful
    K

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  43. Incredible shots!!

    That was lovely, thank you.

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  44. NO! Words are not neccessary - not with pictures like these!
    Katarina

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  45. We're just getting our first fairly feeble snowflakes as I type! I long for snow like yours, I'd love to have colourful birds like yours and to take such wonderful photos as yours - just a wee bit of envy going on today!!!

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  46. tout simplement ...superbes photos!!!!

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  47. Great pictures, as usual! I love your cardinal photos.

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  48. Wow, Jan it was stunning, thank you so much for a most beautiful and lovely winter tour in your garden. Love all your exotic (for me) birds. You are so good with those bird photos Jan. / Tyra

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  49. Jan, What a wonderfully diverse group of photographs. It was Heart-warming! :-) Plus you have some very nice music, there! Thank you so much.

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  50. Jan, the snow pictures are just wonderful. The contrast of the snow with the evergreens is lovely and I love your bird photos.

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  51. What beautiful photos! I keep hoping that we will get a pretty snowfall this year. They predicted it for today last week but now it looks like it will pass up by again.

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  52. Hi Jan .. how are you girl ! .. Even though I am sick and tired of snow , your pictures are beautiful : )
    I love the shots of the birds .. that red really pops against the white .. the icicles are awesome ! .. Such nice pretty pictures make you love the snow while you are looking at them !
    Joy : )

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  53. I agree, no words necessary. Gorgeous photos! We don't get much snow in my part of VA. Enjoy it!

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  54. It's no wonder that you had so many comments. These photo's are beautiful and the music a perfect match. thanks for sharing.
    maureen x

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  55. It's no wonder that you had so many comments. These photo's are beautiful and the music a perfect match. thanks for sharing.
    maureen x

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  56. It's no wonder that you had so many comments. These photo's are beautiful and the music a perfect match. thanks for sharing.
    maureen x

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  57. It's no wonder that you got so many comments on this post. the photo's are beautiful and the music well matched for them.
    thanks for sharing them.
    Maureen x

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  58. Jan, those photos are so beautiful! It reminds me of a Christmas card. Especially the ones with the red bird in the snow... superb!
    I dont function well in snow so I'll enjoy it in your photos ;D

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  59. Definitely not, Jan! Sunita said it. Christmas card is the word! Especially that piece of ice hanging down!
    As ever I love your bird photos - can never have enough of them!

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  60. Each picture is very special and wonderful. You have so many birds. I hope the snow holds for a while; but then you have also your great pictures to remember.

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  61. Spectacular shots Jan! I've been here more than once admiring your mad photo skills in this post. ;)

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  62. Absolutely gorgeous photos Jan. Looks like you had fun!

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  63. It is so lovely to see all the birds. I need to get a new lens to my camera so I also can take photos of birds. And then I need to go abroad so I will see new birds - so maybe I have to come visit you one day.

    Maria Berg

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  64. Sorry about all the "ditto" comments I left you. I think I must have been a bit trigger happy on the keyboard ( I wasn't drunk honest !) I think it seemed that it never went and I pressed again.

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  65. Beautiful photos Jan. We are not far behind you - we had our first snowfall during the early hours of the 2nd February.

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  66. Your pictures are always awesome Jan. Its so romantic and peaceful ..sigh .wish I could go to 4 season country in the future..

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  67. Your first snow photos are exquisite, Jan! I just love the one of the red cardinal, sitting like a punctuation point in all that white. It looks like you have a beautiful garden.

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Thanks so much for visiting and taking the time to comment! Please enjoy your TODAY and all of the gifts in YOUR garden of life!

Jan

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