Greetings Marilyn, I see you have gotten your fair share of snow looking at your pictures. When there is that much snow life becomes an adventure if you slow down to enjoy it. I love the patterns of the drifting on the window pane. Very nice. Hope you enjoyed your trip through this amazing winter wonder land.
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Grazie del commento. Toti
It is the second floor, Marilyn? Best regards. Eva
Oh God! Incredible! :O!!!
Thanks, Rich, Salvatore Clemente, Eva, and eme jota. I couldn't resist taking and posting this shot simply because it seemed so spectacular! This was a doorway to the courtyard of our hotel in Quebec. There were some ice sculptures in the courtyard--you can see the top of one poking up toward right. But for some reason, nobody was going out to look at them!!!
(There was no problem using the hotel's main doors.) Cheers, Marilyn
Hello Marilyn, this is a great shot! I wonder how the window glass can stand the snow pressure.
Thanks, Andreas. I hope the owners have thought about that!
Spectacular photo Marilyn. I've already seen that, but, in the mountain, never in the city.
Thanks for sharing those images.
Thank you, Yves. I was surprised to see all those layers! Greetings, Marilyn
I understand it already now, that why not to see the snowdrops :-)Very beautiful photo, Marilyn !Greetings, Tamás
Lovely photo, Marilyn, with beautiful light. You were fortunate to have nice-looking buildings showing between the snowdrift and the icicles. I think these buildings add a lot to the flavor of the scene.
Thanks, Tamás and Ryan. Yes, spring flowers are a long way off, Tamás! And, Ryan, I hadn't thought about the buildings, but you're absolutely right!
Unbelievable i can't believe my eyes Marilyn ,very well captured.
Even being there, I found it hard to believe my eyes, Arthur!
LOLOLOLOLOL I love it Marilyn! ;D
As I commented on another photo, Pam, I'm afraid I'm perpetuating the stereotype of Canada as the "frozen North"! But who could resist these photo ops?? This was a doorway right across the hall from the meeting room of my husband's conference. I'm not making this up!
LOL The only way we could avoid that stereotype Marilyn is not to show any pictures for months and months! ;D (hmmmmmm maybe we should take twice as many pics this summer and keep posting them all winter) :)
Oh it is a good one, Marilyn. All the history of this winter's snow falls is found in the layers:). Very very impressive!
Good idea, Pam! Except that then they'd miss out on the beauty of it all (well, of some of the time)!
And Inessa, thank you for your comment. Yes, the history is all there!
that's a lot of snow....
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