A Happy New Year… From Narnia!

After days on end of snow, icy winds and grey skies, I could barely believe it when I pulled upΒ the shutters this morning: 2015 got off to a dazzling start.

Not my handiwork, but perfect for a New Year's Day pic :)

Not my handiwork, but perfect for a New Year’s Day pic πŸ™‚

A walk in the woods was in order, to test out my new boots. Although snow shoes might have been a better choice. I had some fun with the camera, trying to catch the sunlight peeking through the trees.

Gagers

Wald 1

Bach

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Wald 2

Fichten

Wald 5

Wald 4

Still with me? Let’s finish off with a nice brekkie πŸ™‚

Breakfast

 

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78 thoughts on “A Happy New Year… From Narnia!

    1. ladyofthecakes Post author

      My mum certainly got a good workout… she’s got a bit of a cleaning compulsion and can’t pass a tree without shaking the snow off the lower branches. She got some of it down her neck, which she didn’t enjoy, lol.

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      1. adamf2011

        Some things you can’t get in photos, like the feel of the cold in your nostrils, and the smell of the snow. I’ve always liked winter, I just haven’t had a proper one in several years.

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  1. Kim in Fiji

    I was enjoying the photos in the woods – a lot …. but then I started thinking, “Where’s the FOOD?” πŸ™‚ You did not disappoint. I am so happy to be able to coast behind on the joy you coax out of every situation. Hug hug hug.

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  2. camparigirl

    The photos of your last four posts are amazing (yes, they do include the cookies). Quite remarkably, I got to see the snow in the California desert this year. We are still freezing our asses off but I suppose it made for a more European Christmas. Happy New Year!

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  3. yprior1

    it did feel like narnia – truly a winter wonderland and I love all the different angles and light reflections you give us – and of course some viddles at the end to warm up with… mmmm
    happy new year!

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  5. Kim G

    Simone, you have such a lovely photographic eye. I’m quite envious.

    Saludos,

    Kim G
    Boston, MA
    Where the snow made it difficult to go out and get pictures of snow.

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      1. Kim G

        Last night we got another 2.9″ to bring us to an all-time record of 109.something, or nearly nine feet of snow.

        We were only forecast to get a half-inch, so they didn’t salt the roads, which resulted in a somewhat crazy drive back from the store last night. Fortunately, no mishaps.

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      2. Kim G

        Actually, a fair bit has melted in the last two weeks, the couple inches last night notwithstanding. And the house has a tallish foundation, so it’s well off the ground, more so in the front than the back.

        But a couple of weeks ago, I did dig a trench behind the house to keep the snow from touching the foundation as I didn’t want water damage or water in the basement. Initially the trench looked rather dramatic, but it has now melted enough that it doesn’t look so severe any more. Saludos. K

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